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The 7 Healthiest Breads To Lose Weight —

Some Breads That Help You Lose Weight

By Arshan06Published 2 months ago 4 min read
The 7 Healthiest Breads To Lose Weight —
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A popular way to finally get rid of a few pounds is a low-carb diet — where you largely avoid carbohydrates. The first food to disappear from the menu is often bread. There are some types of bread with which you can lose weight quite successfully.

The skin of the grains makes the bread healthy

Most breads are labeled by many people as fattening foods because of their carbohydrates and calories.

However, this assumption is not always correct, because it depends entirely on what is in the different varieties.

The good stuff is usually in the shell, which is why wholemeal bread in particular is considered to be very healthy, because the more whole grains, the more vitamins, minerals and fiber it contains.

These ingredients are usually found in the outer layers of the grains. With white bread , on the other hand, only the endosperm of the grains is usually processed and the shell is left out — so they are less healthy.

These 7 types of bread are the healthiest

Light toast, white bread and the like can be removed from the menu without a guilty conscience. However, some types of bread provide important ingredients and can even help you lose weight.

1. Wholegrain spelled

Although spelled is closely related to wheat, it contains more and higher quality protein .

Studies in the past have already confirmed that spelled contains more vitamins and minerals than wheat. Thanks to the large amount of roughage and unsaturated fatty acids, wholemeal spelled bread is considered very healthy.

This type of bread is also particularly popular because of its high silica content. It is also called silicon and ensures that the tissue in the body is strengthened and thus its elasticity is increased.

Compared to wheat bread, wholemeal spelled bread also has fewer calories and carbohydrates, which can help you lose weight.

2. Rye bread

Rye bread is not only a great source of minerals, but also keeps you full longer than other types of bread. Incidentally, pumpernickel is also one of the rye breads here.

This satiety effect protects against food cravings, which are particularly feared in a diet.

Thanks to the fiber, rye bread can even protect against constipation and gallstones — this has a positive effect on cholesterol and blood sugar levels .

A study of 12 healthy adults found that those who ate rye bread released significantly less insulin than those who ate white wheat bread.

3. Seed Bread

The special thing about this type of bread is that it contains no flour. Flaxseeds, chia seeds , psyllium husks, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds or quinoa replace this ingredient.

In addition, the seed bread is vegan, low-carb and gluten-free — so it really fits into any diet.

4. Sprouted Breads

This type of bread has already established itself as a new superfood in the USA.

The special thing about this bread is that it consists of grain that has already begun to germinate — so the body has more usable nutrients at its disposal.

Sprouted bread contains important vital substances such as phosphorus, iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium , folic acid, vitamins A and C, amino acids and fiber. These nutrients can be absorbed even faster from sprouted bread than from any other bread.

A study from Sweden found that flatbread made with 50 percent sprouted wheat flour contains more than three times the amount of folic acid compared to flatbread without sprouted wheat.

At the same time, the protein content increases by a full 20 percent. In addition, thanks to the roughage, the bread keeps you full for a long time, thus preventing cravings and having little effect on blood sugar levels.

5. Whole grain based multigrain breads

As the name suggests, multigrain bread consists of different and very different grains.

If these are based on whole grains, the bread is considered particularly healthy.

A study by the University of Minnesota shows that whole grain-based multigrain breads primarily contain important B vitamins and minerals that fulfill important functions in the human body.

6. Sourdough Bread

Sourdough is made through a fermentation process that uses naturally occurring yeast and bacteria to help the bread rise.

Sourdough bread is easier to digest than other varieties — this may be due to the probiotics it contains , which are produced during the fermentation process.

Probiotics are healthy bacteria found in the body and in certain foods. They promote good gut health and digestion.

Due to the low glycemic index, sourdough is also good for blood sugar levels, as a study by the Swedish Lunds Universitets showed.

7. Bread made from gluten-free oatmeal​

Those who focus on a gluten-free diet do not necessarily have to do without bread. An alternative, for example, can be bread made from gluten-free oatmeal sein.

This type of bread also contains a high amount of fiber and is a good source of energy.

In addition, oatmeal contains a lot of iron, magnesium and vitamin B1. It has been proven that the body is supplied with many important minerals that it needs to stay healthy.

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