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3/6/13 4:34 P

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Brownberry Whole Grain Double Fiber Bread. No High Fructose Corn Syrup, 6g Dietary Fiber, 90 calories in one slice of bread.

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7/23/12 11:17 A

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There is a new Oatmeal Bread by Arnold that has lower sugar.

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7/15/12 1:51 A

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Most health food stores will have breads made of whole grains, high fiber and high protein.


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4/17/12 10:07 A

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Thanks, that does help. Maybe I need to be going to a real bakery instead of a grocery store, it seems like our dinner breads are low in fiber here..

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4/15/12 11:51 A

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Honestly, I probably can't help much because I don't live in the states, but I just look at the ingredient list and make sure the bread has at least 9% dietary fiber. And that it's whole wheat or rye. Also, the more goodies you have in your bread (like, if you buy nut-bread or olive-bread or tomato-bread), they obviously have less carbs and more fibers/good fats. Hope it makes sense to an American, not sure how these things are called in the US.

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4/14/12 5:42 P

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AH that's a good way to look at it..I was trying to figure out fiber VS sugars or carbs and each bread out there is different.

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4/14/12 11:08 A

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Look for whole wheat on the label in the first 3 ingredients. If it just says wheat, put it back and buy one that says whole wheat. Carol

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4/14/12 10:52 A

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I notice this diet recommends grains more than others I have been on. I LOVE bread but its so hard to know which ones are acceptable. I look for all natural wheat breads with high fiber but not sure if they are good..

I was also thinking about making my own. Any suggestions??

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