That means you feel full on half the slices!
2. every time you get hungry and wamt to eat toast, substitutes with vegetables that make you full easilly, such as baked potatoes or mashed potatoes.
3. Drink more water to make your tummy full.
It’s just so much healthier and pretty much guilt free (at least more than normal white bread)
I hope this helps 🙂
Contain a good mix of protein, healthy fats and fibre. It gives a great satiety that lasts until lunch. When having high fat option the gastric release is a bit slower which makes you feel full for longer.
Probiotic foods, such as plain Greek yogurt, calms down your stomach and digestive system, and can also help to boost the immune system. Good alternatives are Skyr, which also is high in protein. You can get the Icelandic yogurt from Ocado.
All of the ‘healthy nuts’ including almond, walnuts and cashews, have several benefits such as improving heart health, reducing cholesterol levels, increasing brain health and reducing stress. I recommend eating a handful of nuts a day.
2. Get some vegetables from market like capsicum, cabbage, onion.
Chop them and spread them across your bread along with butter, chilly powder.
Toast/ Grill it & your simplified Bread pizza is ready😋 It's healthy and I guess it should suit your taste bud… have a good day 😊
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