intake on bread
is cutting out bread from your diet good?
Submitted by mlazo_10

That depends. Many people can get away with eating less bread in their diets because they are very inactive and don't need that many carbohydrates (carbs)to support a sedentary lifestyle. Athletes however, need a greater amount of complex carbs and may need bread (along with pasta, grains, etc) to meet their carbohydrate needs. If you tend to overeat bread cutting back may help you shed excess pounds. Focus on getting carbs from fruits, veggies, and whole grains like oatmeal, brown rice, etc.
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Submitted by abdus.shafi

it's ok
Submitted by teddy1000

It is ok to cut out bread as long as you are not cutting out starches. Pasta, cereals, rice,tortillas are great substitutes for bread. The body's main source of energy is from carbs. The body needs carbs for chemical reactions to take place. If you deprive your body of carbs, the body has to work extra hard to turn protein and or fat into a different substance for those chemical reactions. So no, if you are asking if it is safe to cut out carbs. To be healthy a balanced diet is key
Submitted by achoover20