The One Ultra-Processed Food No One Over 40 Should Be Eating Anymore Because It Ruins Your Metabolism

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Losing weight is all about making healthy choices, from time to exercise daily to providing your body with nutritious meals. That means we sometimes have to sacrifice some of our favorite foods in favor of our weight loss goals — especially when it comes to highly processed options that taste great but are bad for our overall health. One of those ultra-processed foods is none other than the infamous white bread. Health experts agree that if you want to lose a few pounds, you should definitely eat less.
To learn more about the health effects of white bread and why you should avoid it when trying to lose weight, we spoke to nutritionist Lisa Richards, creator of The Candida Diet. She told us that the refined ingredients can seriously hamper your progress. Below are all of their expert insights!
White bread
Let's be honest: bread is delicious and probably an essential part of your kitchen. However, Richards says it's important to limit your intake of this high-carb food when you're trying to lose weight. "Bread is a food that should be eaten in moderation due to its processed and refined nature," she says. "Bread of all kinds is high in calories and flammable." However, certain breads are worse than others and should be avoided altogether (or at least as much as possible) if you want to lose weight and maintain a healthy metabolism. Richard cites white bread as worse because it's loaded with refined carbohydrates.
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"White bread is made from refined carbohydrates and lacks fiber and other beneficial nutrients," she explains. "Refined carbohydrates are highly flammable and quickly turn into sugar, leading to a rapid spike in glucose." Oops! All of these refined ingredients are high in calories but require little energy for your body to process, which can take a toll on your metabolism over time.
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She goes on to say that "eating bread regularly leads to weight gain because most breads are made with refined grains, sugar and preservatives" that are "inflammatory ingredients and also break down quickly to be stored as fat." "
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Also, keep in mind that processed foods like white bread won't keep you full for very long as they offer virtually no nutritional value, which is likely to lead to overeating later in the day - and of course that can be detrimental to your weight loss goals as well.
Of course, eating bread from time to time does not make it impossible to lose weight. Just be sure to choose fibrous whole grain options whenever possible and exercise in moderation. These healthy choices can make all the difference in the end!
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