Addicted to Bread!!

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  1. carlywarly82

    carlywarly82 New Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm new here (still figuring out signatures and stuff etc) Anyway, does anyone know how to combat cravings??!

    I am seriously addicted to Bread....I eat far too much of it and it makes me so bloated :( but if I don't have it then I crave it!!

    Any advice would be greatly received and I hope I've posted this in the right place!! :rolleyes:

    x
     
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    rowanx2 Losing the baby fat

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    well you could freeze it so you have to activelly get it out of the freezer and defrost it - this might seem to much bother sometimes so will help you cut down?

    change to a lighter calorie bread like ww or nimble?

    go cold turkey and just dont buy it!

    find a bread alternative, maybe start eating wraps instead?

    it's hard when you like something so much, but halfing your intake would be a good start.
     
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    Or buy low-carb bread so you don't have the massive sugar rush and insulin rise that you get in normal bread. I buy the Carb Counters ones and make them in my bread maker - but you can buy ready to eat too!
     
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