posted on Dec, 16 2017 @ 03:35 PM
a reply to: stormcell
I haven't bought bagged bread in years. If I do it's for grilled cheese or toast for the odd weekend breakfast and sits in my freezer till my
girlfriend eats it for breakfast.
But, when I buy bread it's from a local dutch bakery, you'd be surprised the difference in bagged batter based bread compared to freshly made bread. I
find it does two things, makes you use it more wisely, and makes you purchase it sparingly because it costs more and doesn't last as long. It usually
ends up as croutons or bread crumbs for me. Which both can be stored for up to a month, breadcrumbs even longer in the freezer.
As for a response to the OP.
No your digestion isn't making you fat, over eating in calories makes you fat.
The only way it would actually make you fat is if you had food poisoning and your body pretty much purged your system of everything to rid the bad
bacteria, shortly after you will become bloated from a bacteria bloom in your stomach, and intestines, which will make you very gassy. And that's not
'fat' that's just acute bloating due to gas created by the living organisms in you.
Accumulated fat is extremely calorie dense, it's there for reserve, the more food you eat, and the less calories you burn, the more the energy is
stored in fat. Which doesn't accumulate in the organs, where digestion takes place, if it does it means you have more serious issues to worry about
than getting fat.