You may want to watch out for this.

Bread is eaten by most people across the world. It is incorporated into a large number of meals throughout a person’s day. However, there may be some unintended consequences for eating bread.

If a person is gaining weight due to bread, they may want to stop. A study has shown that two or more servings of white bread a day is directly associated with being overweight or obese. Eating bread can also be the cause of high blood pressure depending on the person. Two studies show that eating one slice of white bread daily can increase the chances of one developing high blood pressure in the near future.

Those with high blood pressure should be consuming less than 1,500 milligrams of sodium per day. One slice of bread has 130 milligrams of sodium which can significantly increase a person’s sodium count. Other signs to stay away from bread is bloating, stomach pain, gas, diarrhea, joint pain, arthritis, anxiety, depression, rashes, and dental problems.

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