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Rye bread

Rye bread is the only one with so few calories that it can be used in diets ensuring a flat stomach and zero sacrifices.

Sometimes it is really difficult to give up bread as a snack or as a pairing for main courses. It is a tasty, appetizing food and, moreover, it satisfies immediately. Unfortunately it contains yeast and flour that make the tummy of many women swell causing discomfort and heaviness. Here is the solution to the problem with rye bread: fewer calories, less bloating, immediate satiety. The benefits of this low-calorie food are guaranteed!

Yeast-free rye bread: flat stomach guaranteed!

Rye is a herbaceous plant of grasses with leaves similar to those of wheat. From the fruits of this plant a darker and less valuable flour is obtained than that of the wheat from which the rye bread derives. It can be made with the sole use of this flour or by mixing it with that of soft wheat. The product is originally from northern European countries and is known to be a truly low-calorie and dietetic food !

Flat stomach
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It is yeast-free and can be used every day to lose weight without giving up tasty snacks or small stuffed sandwiches! In fact, every 100 grams of product contains 60 Kcal less than traditional bread, but not only. It is rich in water and fiber , which helps maintain intestinal balance and causes flat and deflated stomach. Then, it is a source of potassium, vitamin B, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus to fill up on energy and satiety without gaining weight!

In addition to proper nutrition it is also true that healthy exercise always helps to lose weight on the abdomen. So let’s roll up our sleeves, or rather put on the suit, because “if we want to look beautiful we have to suffer”!

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