A common misconception within the health and fitness industry is you have to eliminate bread to achieve body goals. True and not true. You can eat bread and have a banging body. But you can’t eat all the bread, all the time. And your genes play a huge role in how much bread you can eat without getting fat. **I lived in SE Asia for 2 years where carbs are a staple of the diet. I ate like them for awhile, but eventually I had to go back to salads. I couldn’t get away with it the way they could.
Questions about bread
If I eat bread, but no one sees me, did it happen?
Is it bad to eat it everyday?
What about every other day?
How do I stop eating bread?
How do I stop wanting to eat bread?
How do I stop thinking about wanting to eat bread?
Bread and Struggles
I didn’t receive my honorary bread addiction (specifically, croissants) until I arrived in Europe. For you non-Europe people, you don’t know good bread until you’ve been to Europe. Trust. Everyday I have to walk by a hole in the wall bakery selling fresh bread for 25 cents. Am I just supposed to walk by??! How am I supposed to be strong when I’m weak?!
I’m so weak, I made a video about it.
Can you relate?
Don’t forget, the FREE 14-day fitness challenge starts on June 12th. It’ll help with the bread issue.