From what I gather, most BB'ers think peanut butter and whole wheat are healthy and white bread is bad for you.
I question those assumptions. Is it possible that white bread is actually healthier than both?
My white bread has 3g protein, 3g fiber, and 70 calories per slice.
My whole wheat bread has 4g protein, 3g fiber, and 110 calories per slice.
So my white bread is actually more protein dense than my whole wheat bread.
My peanut butter has 7g of protein, 16 grams of fat, and 210 calories per serving.
Technically, for the same number of calories, white bread has more protein than peanut butter, AND the QUALITY of the protein appears to be the same if not better (54 PQ).
So am I wrong to conclude that white bread can be healthier, macros-wise, than whole wheat bread or peanut butter, which a lot of people seem to swear are healthy?
(Idk where my mind is, but I've been eating a lot of sandwiches lately and this white bread is damn delicious.)