Beat bloating and digestion problems and lose inches too with the Village Bakery Try Rye eating plan
If you're sick of that bloated feeling from eating bread, want to lose a few inches without going on an extreme diet, and fancy boosting your energy levels, the Village Bakery's 'Try Rye' eating plan might be for you.
Developed by Dr Sarah Brewer, along with the rye bread gurus at Village Bakery, the Try Rye challenge is a 14-day eating plan that requires simple changes to your daily eating habits, swapping foods rather than cutting them out completely.
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And if you like bread, you'll still be able to eat it on a daily basis - without the unwelcome side-effects that many suffer.
Dr Sarah Brewer says, 'Eating rye bread helps to increase satiety – feelings of fullness – to suppress hunger and the desire to eat. Including rye bread in your breakfast will help to reduce your appetite before lunch and this effect will continue into the afternoon, helping to curb mid-morning and mid-afternoon cravings, so you eat less overall.'
It's a realistic eating plan that won't leave you hungry, but it should help you achieve healthy weight loss or weight maintenance.
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Because rye bread is 100% wheat-free, it can also help alleviate bloating and discomfort helping you feel generally better on a daily basis. It also contains four times the fibre and 20% fewer calories than standard white sliced bread.
What makes rye a super-bread superfood?
You can approach the diet at various levels: to achieve steady weight loss, select one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner each day with an optional, healthy mid-morning and mid-afternoon snack, such as fruit or a handful of nuts; alternatively, simply replace your traditional bread with rye to feel less bloated and more energetic.
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Download your own Try Rye eating plan at www.village-bakery.com. If you do decide to follow the plan, why not record your experiences as a Zest Reader Blog? We'd love to hear how you get on.
The Village Bakery is based in the foothills of the Pennines in an unspoilt area of rural Cumbria. Its rye bread is a completely natural product containing just three ingredients – rye flour, salt and water, and is available at Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Ocado, costing £1.10-£1.80.
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