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WILDFLOWER07's Photo WILDFLOWER07 Posts: 279
8/5/07 4:45 A

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Where I livve all we got is a super walmart and Natures own light wheat bread is really good, it has 40 calories per slice but tastes good.

 
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6/14/07 4:32 P

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Not sure where you live, but Trader Joes has some VERY tasty whole grain, high protein breads that are YUMMY! Keeping them in the fridge is a good idea, though.

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BUTTERFLYLIZ's Photo BUTTERFLYLIZ Posts: 441
6/14/07 9:54 A

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The whole wheat breads aren't bad. They take some getting used to. The sugar free bread is not bad, but I would store it in the refridgerator. Since it doesn't have the extra sugars to help preserve it, it tends to grow mold fast.

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MINDY_SUE Posts: 1,983
6/14/07 5:22 A

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You can buy either white or brown Basmati rice - the white is lower glycemic than other white rices.

"According to the Canadian Diabetes Association, Basmati rice has a Medium Glycemic Index (GI) of between 56 and 69, thus making it more suitable for diabetics as compared to certain other grains and products made from white flour".

So, if you don't like brown rice, Basmati is a better choice than other white rices. It is a bit spendy, but truly worth every penny!

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ILYNNE's Photo ILYNNE Posts: 168
6/14/07 12:46 A

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Gee, thanks. I really admire you. Ypu know a lot of stuff, which I am very grteful. You really sound like a dietician. Anyway, is whole wheat bread good? I've seen like tons and some of them are sugar free.



 
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6/13/07 8:12 P

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For me nothing is strictly off limits on this weight loss journey. I look for higher fiber less processed options when they are available. We eat brown rice instead of white rice - not instant or quick cook varieties since they are too processed. We have whole grain breads and whole wheat pasta. For the most part we found out we like the ones we eat now better than we did the other stuff.

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EPIVAN's Photo EPIVAN Posts: 331
6/13/07 12:33 P

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I have never been successful with any weight loss efforts or making lasting lifestyle changes if I completely cut a food out of my diet that I love. I really like rice and bread and I can include them in my diet without compromising my weight loss effort if I choose whole grain varieties. Whole grains are very filling on their own. I eat lean protein first, then veggies, and by then all I have room for is a couple bites of rice or bread. I get to enjoy them without the guilt.

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6/13/07 9:23 A

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When I do eat bread, which is not very often anymore, I use a low calorie, high fiber whole wheat bread.

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BUTTERFLYLIZ's Photo BUTTERFLYLIZ Posts: 441
6/13/07 9:12 A

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Whole wheat breads and brown rice are much less processed than white breads and rices.

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6/13/07 8:49 A

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You should try barley! Barley has a little different flavor, and a slightly stickier texture than rice, but it can be substituted for rice in every dish I've found. It has a much lower GI than rice. Rice is a BIG NO NO! If you do decide to try it, don't get the quick barley, get pearl barley. I get it at my local health foods store, but many supermarkets carry it, too.

Note: I find that rice, when cooked usually doubles in size. Barley triples or quadruples in size, so it takes awhile to get it right. I always end up with about 5 times more than I need!

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ILYNNE's Photo ILYNNE Posts: 168
6/13/07 4:22 A

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For someone who is watching her weight. I am slso Asian, A filipina, and rice is our staple food. Rice, as far as I know is simple sugar. I want to get it off my diet. I have a hard time "weaning".



 
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