I don't eat a lot of bread, but when I do, I eat Ezekial 4:9. They make a no sodium one, but I just eat the regular which has 75mg/slice. It takes some getting used to if you haven't tried it before. Toasted it's pretty good.
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Do you have time to bake? I bake my own and omit the salt. The bread has a different flavor, but it didn't take me long to get used to it. Also, my supermarket has a low sodium whole wheat, store brand. You might ask the manager if that's something they could stock. More people are now aware of the problems associated with too much dietary salt, maybe he'd give it a try.
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What is a sandwich without bread? Most important is that the bread be 100% whole wheat. Not multi-grain, enriched or other misleading terms. Oroweat makes a 100% whole wheat Lite bread that is only 80 calories for 2 slices. The sodium count is 240 for the 2 slices. Good luck and Happy Sparking!
I eat a lot of bread, but hate that there is a lot of sodium in it. I usually have at least 3 slices of regular sandwich bread a day, but sometimes that can take a toll on my daily sodium allowance. The only bread I know of that is low in sodium (less than 100mg) is Ezekiel bread.
My question is, what do you guys do about bread? Do you know of any low-sodium breads?
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