by Stephen Wynn on May 7, 2022
This article is actually connected to writing, let me explain.
Most afternoon’s, and evenings after dinner, as well as some mornings, will usually find me sat at my office desk studiously typing away on which ever book I happen to be writing at the time. The problem with this is it lacks very little in the way of physical movement, coupled with this revelation is that I may or may not, at any given time devour a quantity of biscuits, crisps, chocolate and other such items of food.
On 1 March 2022, my wife and I decided to cut out bread from our diet, I might add that as a matter of course, we have not eaten chips, potatoes, rice or pasta for some time. Our breakfast toast has been replaced with poached eggs, and when we pick it is now on nuts, fruit or jelly.
We have been out for fried breakfasts, lunch, dinner and even an afternoon tea, so as you can clearly see, we are certainly not on a diet by any stretch of the imagination, and we are never have a feeling of being hungry. This morning, nine weeks into cutting out bread, which for me meant sometimes I was eating as much as half a loaf a day, I am now two stone lighter. My good lady wife has also lost an amount of weight which she is very happy with.
There have been other noticeable pluses to cutting out bread. I certainly do not feel as sluggish as I once did. I have more energy, I do not ache as much as I used to, my blood pressure has reduced, hopefully a blood test next week will reveal whether I still have class 2 diabetes. There have also been other health related factors as well. Oh, and I have lost three inches off of my stomach. If you are looking to lose weight but are struggling to do so on one of the numerous diets out there, cut out the bread and see if it works for you.
Enjoy the rest of your day.