Try switching bread.
Go for a REAL sourdough (not that stuff they sell in shops which is as soft as yeasted bread, which by the way is because it IS yeasted bread with a little sourdough starter for flavour) from a good baker (try finding a German baker). Wholemeal with grains is good.
When buying sourdough the bread should NOT be squishy (i.e, it should safely be at the bottom of your shopping with no worries, excepting a big bag of apples) and it should be heavy.
There are 2 benefits to this:
1) it is more wholesome (particularly if it's left to prove for an extended period) and the grains will make it lower GI
2) it fills you more easily. I could easily eat 1/4-1/2 a loaf of shop squishy bread and still be hungry, a good wholemeal sourdough will filll you up in 2 slices.
(This comes from someone who works in a GOOD sourdough bakery market stall and eats their bread regularly)
And I agree with the give up marg tip. Toast simply isn't as easy to scoff down dry AND you miss all the fat.
35kg lost. (November 2005 - October 2006)
15kg gained again (as at October 2010).
Back to the drawing board - Let's do this thing!
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