Does Bread Make You Fat?
Each food in itself does not necessarily grow bigger, however some promote adipose fat (fat) and those alone or associated with others.
Bread and especially white bread is a source of carbohydrate with a high glycemic index (wheat flour). On average for 100 g of bread there are 60 g of carbohydrate, 8 g of protein, 3 g of lipid and a glycemic index of about 85.
It has recently been seen that high glycemic index carbohydrates promote the formation of fat.
You must see bread as a source of carbohydrate and not as an accompaniment to your meals. If you consume 100 g of bread + 100 g of pasta (raw weight), this makes 75 g of carbohydrates (high glycemic index here too).
So 75 g (pasta) + 60 g (100 g of bread) of carbohydrates = 135 g.
An overconsumption of carbohydrates and those at once all the more favors the fat.
If you really love bread, promote wholemeal bread, which at a slightly lower glycemic index but will bring you more fiber diet.
Have the right reflex, always look at what a food is going to bring you and include it in your diet program so you do not fool yourself.