Giving up white bread

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  1. Cahrlierogers

    Cahrlierogers Full Member

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    so its lent im not religious but who cares i eat too much of it and a may not miss it i mean ive got brown bread
     
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    I haven't had white bread in 8 weeks, miss it so bad!
     
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    I decided against it lol im terrible
     
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    i gave up white bread 10 weeks ago and i feel better for it - carbs are a big downfall for me - but now i feel so much less bloated its unbelievable! - i only eat wholemeal warburtons thins now, and i actually prefer them to normal sliced bread now xxx
     
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    Well done. Nothing wrong with breaking up with white bread. A bit annoying though when you want... like, peanut butter!

    I mix in qunioa when I cook rice, and have not had pasta for months until last night.

    Helps A LOT when it comes to shedding that water-retention and overall weight.

    As they say.... Weights don't make women big, cupcakes do.
     
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    i agree, there are some things that just NEED white bread with them... for me, bacon sandwiches have to have white bread! and also if i am going to dip bread in an egg, it has to be white bread! lol ...
     
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    I also skip the white bread from last 3 weeks and results are really flabbergast...I ate sprouts instead of 'em
     
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    I haven't eaten bread at all for over a month and I feel so much better for it.

    I've been making potato scones instead and not missing it at the moment.
     
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    Haven't had white bread in 6 months, you might as well be eating a piece of cake. White pasta, white rice I also avoid. Definitely an easy one, this. Their replacements taste so much nicer.
     
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    I don't eat bread at all anymore and haven't for about 3 months now, I can see and feel a difference straight away and I'm not bloated like I used to be. No excuses for being tubby now though :D
     
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