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    Healthiest Bread Brands

    Hello all, i'm aware people on there boards seem to think whole grain bread followed by whole wheat bread are the most "healthy" types of breads. I was wondering what brand do you eat or which are among the healthiest brands? Thank you in advance, reps for good answers.

    (P.S.- I eat Oroweat Whole Wheat).
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    Healthy is in the eye of the beholder

    Burgen is the best in my mind for taste and nutrition
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    Originally Posted by MastaM View Post
    Hello all, i'm aware people on there boards seem to think whole grain bread followed by whole wheat bread are the most "healthy" types of breads. I was wondering what brand do you eat or which are among the healthiest brands? Thank you in advance, reps for good answers.

    (P.S.- I eat Oroweat Whole Wheat).
    I love Silver Hills and Dave's Killer Bread; both are studded with seeds, which may or may not work for you.
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    I try to minimize my carbs so I use wonder "lite" bread. It's lower in calories than regular bread (40 cals per slice) and still whole grain. I think it tastes pretty good! Either that or I'll have sara lee deliightful wheat, 45 calories a slice and REALLY tastes good.
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    and why are u minimizing ur carbs?
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    I think orowheat has really good options. Very high in fiber and whole grains. Plus if you ask me it's DELICIOUS. I sometimes get the oatmeal, which probably isn't as healthy as the whole wheat kind, but it's sooo good.
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    P.s there is already an identical thread to this with the exact dame question

    You should search before posting next time OP
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    Originally Posted by razer1 View Post
    and why are u minimizing ur carbs?
    Dropping some carbs is one of the fastest ways to drop your cal intake.
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    Originally Posted by BunkMoreland View Post
    Ezekiel
    I really like Ezekiel Bread as well, especially toasted. Texture is a little different and some people might not like it, might take a little getting used to.
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    Originally Posted by ven33 View Post
    Dropping some carbs is one of the fastest ways to drop your cal intake.
    lol This, and that person wasn't even the OP. Gotta love the Nutrition forum.


    Burgen, Helga's, Lawson's are pretty good. I don't really deviate from them too much if/when i buy bread.
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    Originally Posted by BunkMoreland View Post
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    Originally Posted by MastaM View Post
    Hello all, i'm aware people on there boards seem to think whole grain bread followed by whole wheat bread are the most "healthy" types of breads. I was wondering what brand do you eat or which are among the healthiest brands? Thank you in advance, reps for good answers.

    (P.S.- I eat Oroweat Whole Wheat).
    For burritos and fajitas I use Mission carb balance tortillas. They are only 7 carbs each and have 11 grams of fiber so they really fill you up. They taste just like any other white flour tortilla and are normal size.
    Last edited by crockett07; 11-28-2010 at 06:45 AM. Reason: i r gud speler.
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    I like Schwebel's Whole Grain White. 28g carbs/ 10g pro/ 2 g fat for 2 slices.
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    I can eat more bread when I pick one that is only 50 calories a slice.



    You may want to inspect your overall diet if it is so strict that you are unable to obtain fiber/micronutrients from other sources and you are focusing on bread for the "healthy" benefits.
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    Ezekiel Bread for sure.
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    Thanks everybody for the input.

    I guess by healthy I mean nutrient dense and natural ingredients. I'm not worried so much about the calories in them.
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    P.s there is already an identical thread to this with the exact dame question

    You should search before posting next time OP
    I have been on these forums for a while and searched the likes of "best bread brands" and "healthy bread brands" to no avail. Go search the advanced search yourself. There are many topics on whole wheat and whole grain breads but barely any on healthy brands themselves. Please do not ask me to use the search before I post, because if I don't find the answers within what I search, I start my own thread. That is what threads are for. I repped your first comment anyways, but don't be so ignorant to tell somebody what to do if you don't know if they already did it or not.
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    Ezekiel for sure, it is kind of expensive though, like 5-6 $ a loaf

    Calories 80 Calories from Fat 5
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 0.5g 1%
    Saturated Fat 0g 0%
    Trans Fat 0g
    Cholesterol 0mg 0%
    Sodium 80mg 3%
    Potassium 75mg 2%
    Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
    Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
    Sugars 0g
    Protein 4g
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    Originally Posted by iversonmourning View Post
    Ezekiel for sure, it is kind of expensive though, like 5-6 $ a loaf

    Calories 80 Calories from Fat 5
    % Daily Value *
    Total Fat 0.5g 1%
    Saturated Fat 0g 0%
    Trans Fat 0g
    Cholesterol 0mg 0%
    Sodium 80mg 3%
    Potassium 75mg 2%
    Total Carbohydrate 14g 5%
    Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
    Sugars 0g
    Protein 4g
    How is the taste in comparison to wheat bread?
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    It has a pretty good taste. I think it has a sourdough kinda taste, but most people disagree w me. It is an organic bread and is made w sprouts instead on enriched flour, so that is why it is so expensive. I think it is usually found in the frozen foods section of most grocery stores. It's good, give it a try.
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    "+1 on the Dave's Killer Bread, although I'm not sure how widely available it is outside of the Portland area. I was eating Ezekiel for a while but to me it's kinda like eating cardboard. Dave's is really healthy, higher in protein (I'm pretty sure) and in my opinion tastes waaay better.
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    Dave's killer bread sounds kinda funny. I will have to look for it though, can't say I have ever seen it in the PHX Arizona area. Yeah think of it, it is kinda like cardboard sourdough. Kinda like Kashi, kinda bland.
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    Where do you guys buy your ezekiel bread?

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    Ezekiel
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    Originally Posted by freak111 View Post
    Where do you guys buy your ezekiel bread?
    First time it took me FOREVER to find it -

    Stop and Shop (grocery store)

    Aisle 16 in the Frozen Food Isle


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    You are in Italy......oh.....

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    Originally Posted by iversonmourning View Post
    It has a pretty good taste. I think it has a sourdough kinda taste, but most people disagree w me. It is an organic bread and is made w sprouts instead on enriched flour, so that is why it is so expensive. I think it is usually found in the frozen foods section of most grocery stores. It's good, give it a try.
    Thanks. What brand do you prefer?
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