What Happens to Your Body When You STOP Eating Bread!?

Bread takes great part in people’s diet and many cultures around the world consume it on daily basis. Bread is essential part of the Western Diet where it is served with almost every meal regardless where you are consuming it, in your home or in a restaurant.

You need to be aware that the consumption of bread involves about 20% of the calorie intake. Therefore, you should try to exclude bread from your daily diet, or if you find this difficult you should reduce its intake.

Here below see what will happen to your body when you will stop consuming bread.

  1. Digestion Issues

Improve your digestion by excluding bread intake and replace it with whole grains. As per newly conducted researches 92% of the adults in the USA have some kind of digestion issue and do not receive adequate fiber supply. The intake of sufficient amount of fibers will normalize the blood sugar level and reduce the risk for some chronic diseases and obesity. Moreover, it will regulate the bowel movements.

  1. Weight-loss

The weight loss will become inevitable due to reduced consumption of carbohydrates. But, you need to know that this is not fat deposits melting, but water deposits loss.

  1. Fatigue

Have in mind that when you will stop expending starches you will feel tired. Once the body goes through all the glycogen it has, it will burn fat and it will keep running of little carbon parts or ketones. While this process goes on you may be experiencing dry mouth, bad breath, weariness, sleep deprivation, sickness, shortcoming, mind haze and tipsiness. Yet, there is no need for panic because very soon your body and psyche will get accustomed to this change and something like this will not happen anymore.

  1. Anxiety

Carbohydrates are elevating the brain’s levels of neurotransmitter serotonin. So, when you reduce the consumption of carbohydrates you will experience lower level of anxiety.