Depends on if I'm craving it. Most days I do better without. I eat plenty of carbs and starches (sweet potatoes, fruit and veggies). But if I do want bread I'll make sure it's a good brand with real ingredients (and gluten free for me). Most times I make my own and freeze it.
Edited by: MEG-NATALIA07 at: 12/3/2012 (18:42)
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Same as OP: Eating a little bread tends to fill me up longer. I always get the whole wheat (or whole grain) variety for fiber and protein.
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12/3/12 2:10 P
I eat a minimum of 2 slices whole wheat or multigrain bread every day.
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I eat bread many times per week. I find that complex carbs from wholegrain bread keep me full for longer when I eat them with protein.
You don't have to eat the whole thing.
12/3/12 1:41 P
I eat about a slice or two of bread a day. NO white bread for me though, and I make sure to try to buy bread with seeds and high fiber content.
Edited by: ANA3400 at: 12/3/2012 (13:42)
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12/3/12 1:02 P
I eat bread (18grain), usually 1slice at breakfast and maybe 1slice at lunch.... and I still loose weight
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12/3/12 12:09 P
In moderation I guess, but I don't actually eat it too often. I'll have a sandwich once every week or two or three, so, not very often. It can take me a couple months to get through one loaf of bread if I'm the only one eating it. On weekends I like to toast whole grain english muffins and put peanut butter and jelly on them for breakfast, and occasionally I make french toast or hamburgers/hot dogs with buns, but that's about the extent of my bread intake. It's not that I don't like it or think it's bad for me, I just prefer to eat other things. I like potato bread. I do eat a lot of pasta though.
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169 12/3/12 12:06 P
I eat bread, usually 1-2 slices of whole wheat bread a day.
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Ugh I love bread. If I have a loaf of bread in the house, I'm likely to eat 4+ slices a day. I stopped buying loafs of bread and have whole wheat bagel thins with a little bit of natural PB for breakfast. I'm not tempted to have 4 bagel thins in one day like I am with a loaf of bread.
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I don't eat a lot of bread. I never really have.
I don't like whole wheat bread and white bread doesn't sit well with my stomach.
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12/3/12 9:49 A
I do eat bread wheat or wheat honey 7 grain. When I first started the SparkPeople program the end of August I tried not eating bread didn't want to waste my calories on it, then started feeling weak, dizzy etc. due to sugar levels, so I started eating bread and do not have those dizzy feelings anymore, if I had not got those feelings I probably would have continued to not eat bread as often...
12/3/12 8:20 A
Yes, I eat bread. Usually whole wheat.
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12/3/12 7:24 A
I eat 1-2 slices a day. I always have a sandwich or wrap for lunch. It isn't that I crave the bread, I just need it for my fancy sandwiches. ;)
I make peanut butter/waldorphs, egg and shrimp, tuna, egg and apples, fruity chicken and Coach Nicole's Grown up grilled cheese.
I choose whole grain; quinoa and flaxseed or sunflower. I also get a thin sliced marble wheat/rye.
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I bake bread about once/month or every few months... it's just too much trouble and too many calories to eat more often that that. Storebought bread I think is so awful, not worth wasting precious calories on it. I grind my own wheat when I make bread so it burns a few calories between that and the kneading!
I eat bread most days. I like sandwich thins, but that's just me. If I want a piece of toast for a snack or something then I will have it. I also like Subway, and it is my lunch of choice if I am eating out.
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22,492 12/2/12 11:36 P
I eat bread every day, but it is really good quality bread and very high in fibre, plus a good source of protein and low sodium and fairly low fat. I sometimes have 2 pieces with cottage cheese and tomato, or with Banana mashed on it for breakfast, but don't find it as filling as Rolled Oats for breakfast. I find it more filling than a lot of other alternatives for lunch, but usually only have 2 slices with salads or whatever on it.
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385 12/2/12 10:44 P
I eat 1-2 slices of bread probably 4 days/week. However, I'm pretty picky about the type...only flax/multigrain/cracked-wheat type stuff or rye bread. Usually, it is bread we make here at home. No white bread at all. Anything with a lower glycemic index number.
Also, I really only put certain spreads on...home-made applesauce, honey, or natural peanut butter.
Some people find that just a bit of bread in their regime will make them crave more carbs...for others, it takes the edge off. I have some in order to not go nuts some day and then have waaaay too much (I love bread alot).
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12/2/12 10:23 P
Do you eat bread in moderation? or do you refrain from it all together?personally i find that if i eat a little here and there i feel full longer.....what do you think?
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