There is a new Oatmeal Bread by Arnold that has lower sugar.
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Most health food stores will have breads made of whole grains, high fiber and high protein.
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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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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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