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Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Yea or Nay | 0 comments

Multigrain Bread

Multigrain Bread

Multigrain and seven-grain breads, cereals, crackers, etc. all sound healthy enough, especially when we are told whole grains are heart healthy because of their Vitamin E, Iron, Fiber and blah blah blah. Except that, multigrain and seven-grain breads and other products are not necessarily whole grain.

Looking at the nutrition label of breads, you will find more often than not, they are mainly made with highly processed white flour and a dash of some other grains to make them ‘multi’. They are essentially devoid of fiber, and prone to spiking your blood sugar, and of course, leaving you hungry shortly after eating.

Look for 100% whole grain or 100% whole wheat flour, if interested in buying bread at all. Be aware of imposters hiding behind “enriched” or “refined” labeling.

Conviction: “nay”.

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