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Quevela

Joined: Oct 11
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Posted: 28 Nov 2012, 13:35
Shock Bread is my biggest problem right now! I should be further along than I am. What I noticed first about my body is that the first place I gain fat at, is in my stomach. I've been told if I give up bread, this will aid my problem fast.....I don't know! We will see!
eKatherine

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Posted: 28 Nov 2012, 14:23
Sure, give it a try. There is no harm in giving this up to see what happens. Just make sure that if you replace some of the calories, you replace them with something better rather than something less nutritious. I am gluten-free, and I rarely eat any sort of bread products, never wheat, rye, or barley.
Cthulhu

Joined: Dec 11
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Posted: 28 Nov 2012, 16:44
Get rid of the store bought bread and get one fantastic high grade loaf a week from a great bakery and enjoy it in moderation. Will power only lasts so long Wink

“The last of the human freedoms is to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances.” ~Victor E. Frankl
FullaBella

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Posted: 29 Nov 2012, 15:10
I'm probably swapping one evil for another but I rarely eat 'bread in a loaf' anymore but I do like bagel chips or bruschetta crisps. I like the crunch and when I eat them slow and let them dissolve on my tongue to really taste them I feel I've satisfied my 'breadlike'craving in a way that just regular bread does not.


I'm not losing WEIGHT. I'm converting FAT to MUSCLE to be healthier.
eKatherine

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Posted: 29 Nov 2012, 15:20
FullaBella wrote:
I'm probably swapping one evil for another but I rarely eat 'bread in a loaf' anymore but I do like bagel chips or bruschetta crisps. I like the crunch and when I eat them slow and let them dissolve on my tongue to really taste them I feel I've satisfied my 'breadlike'craving in a way that just regular bread does not.


There is no real difference in nutrition. But if you are consuming less of them, that's a help.
FullaBella

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Posted: 29 Nov 2012, 17:02
I am - because my hunger & cravings are more satisfied - learning to enjoy breadless sandwiches


I'm not losing WEIGHT. I'm converting FAT to MUSCLE to be healthier.



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