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DIETITIANBECKY Posts: 26,594
9/19/12 7:59 P

Look at the flour used to make the bread.
You are looking for the word "whole" Is is using a whole rye flour or just rye flour? Is it using whole wheat flour or just wheat flour?

For a one ounce serving, how many calories and grams of fiber??

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9/19/12 7:38 P

I also find this one confusing. The more I read, the more I get confused too. But a simple rule of thumb I go by is if it is using bleached white grains, it's not all that good for you. But once a person gets to the whole grains, multi-grains, rye, etc. I just make sure it's in small amounts just to keep my carbs in check.

AARNOLD6 Posts: 76
9/19/12 7:20 P

can some one please help me.
what is better for you, whole grain or rye bread?
i am curently eating whole grain bread but i love dark rye.
i dont eat much bread, a loaf lasts me almost 2 weeks (i freeze it and only take out what i need)
i want to do what is best for me nutritionally so your help is greatly appreciated emoticon

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