Food Comparison

May 2016 Issue

Pass the Bread Please

Sliced bread may seem like a mere vehicle for your sandwich fillings, but it can be much more. Bread can be a terrific source of fiber, whole grains, vitamins, and minerals in your diet. Plus, it can provide delicious flavor, thanks to the tremendous variety of breads now available in supermarkets. You can find breads with a variety of grains, such as wheat, oats, and rye; added ingredients such as sprouted seeds and nuts; and beneficial nutritional qualities, such as high fiber. So, with so many varieties of breads, as well as labels claiming health benefits, how can you pick the best loaf?

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