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Dr Oz, Weight Loss Breads, Tapioca, Coconut, Low Carb Starch Resistant

February 6, 2017

There is something that is emotionally satisfying about bread that we all seem to crave.  Unfortunately, most bread is packed with carbs that can cause you to gain weight.  Today Dr. Oz talks about brand new breads that have been hitting the market shelves that promise that you don't have to give up the carbs to lose the weight.  Does this sound too good to be true?  Listed below are the "New" breads that can help you to lose weight that were featured on Dr. Oz.

Guilt Free Bread Options

When you eeat bread your blood sugar spikes and triggers a "feel good response" from a chemical called dopamine.  That's why people feel soothed and satisfied when they eat bread.  The downside is that the satisfied feeling doesn't last long and you will be hungry again, while craving more bread.   The good news is that there are some guilt free breads that don't cause the blood sugar spikes and intense cravings for more carbs.

Coconut Bread

Have you ever tried coconut bread?  Each slice is only 35 calories and 6 grams of carbohydrates!  On Dr. Oz the guest suggested making french toast using coconut bread.

Tapioca Bread

Do you love white bread, but know that it's not a good for your diet?  Try tapioca bread.  They said that it tastes just like white bread but is much better for you.  It is loaded with fiber, minerals, and vitamins.  It is also a starch resistant bread and your body doesn't store it as fat as easily.

Now that you know about some low carb / starch resistant breads, Dr. Oz shared some butter spreads that are good for you.

Pistachio Butter

Maya Feller (a nutritionist) explained to Dr. Oz that pistachio butter is the trending bread for 2017.  Maya said that Pistachio Butter is high in vitamin A, iron, calcium, fiber and protein.  As an added health benefit, pistachio butter can help to lower your cholesterol levels!

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Today's Dr. Oz Show was originally aired February 6, 2017

 

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