Best Toast Combination for Weight Loss


When selecting the right bread as the base of your toast to accelerate weight loss efforts, we need to start with a whole grain choice. Whole grains are superior to refined grains

because they contain all three parts of the seed or "kernel" of the plant: bran, endosperm, and germ. These three components hold key nutrition contributions,


including fiber, protein, folate, B-vitamins, and even healthy fat. Refined bread only contains the endosperm,which is mostly just starch.Refined breads could have us hungry quicker than whole grains

A good guideline is to stick to one tablespoon of any spread per toast slice. This is a great opportunity to use healthy fat like hummus, peanut butter, or almond butter.


we can't talk toast without mentioning avocados!Spread on guacamole or lightly smashed slices of avocado(1/3 of an avocado is a serving)for creaminess and a boost of monounsaturated fats and fiber

Hopefully, your first idea for toppings is featuring nature's candy: fruit. Fruit delivers a nice dose of fiber (mostly as soluble fiber which is shown to increase feelings of fullness


Top picks include apple or pear slices, pomegranate, figs, raspberries, blueberries, or banana slices.If you'd rather not have something sweet on your toast, switch to vegetables as a topping.

You can give sliced cherry tomatoes, fresh onion, cucumber, or some pieces of arugula a try.Other terrific additions to keep hunger at bay are fiber-filled seeds and nuts.

Sprinkle on one to two tablespoons of chia seeds, sesame seeds, chopped walnuts, or almonds.Last up, consider crumbling dairy or non-dairy feta cheese to pull the whole thing together.