Fitness Minutes: (17,393)
252 6/28/12 9:45 A
Anything that lists the first ingredient as "whole" grains/wheat/whatever is fine. The "whole" is the key. Other than that, see what you like.
Fitness Minutes: (24,777)
1,015 6/27/12 10:47 P
For me, the first ingredient has to be 100% whole wheat and it can't have HFCS (not an easy feat).
Fitness Minutes: (120)
10 6/27/12 9:07 P
I was doing some shopping at Target today. I decided to try some whole gain bread. I headed toward the bread aisle and was shocked. There was so many different types of bread. I saw whole wheat bread, twelve grain bread, whole grains bread.. I was so confused. Can someone elaborate on the best choice for a bread? I would be using the bread for toast and tuna. I was overwhelmed. Any advice would be appreciated.
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