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    I think it really depends on what you want out of your bread and what method of weight loss you're following.

    I LOVE Helga's Pumpkin Five Seeds. It has a decent amount of protein in it for bread... which is what I'm looking at...

    Obviously, white is rarely the healthiest in any sort of diet plan... lol.

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    I would say no bread for dieting but for health purposes i would say home made wholemeal bread is best. its very easy to chuck a loaf in, in the morning and its ready before lunch time and next day it makes great toast. can't get fresher them freshly baked bread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tutu & Lulu View Post
    I would say no bread for dieting but for health purposes i would say home made wholemeal bread is best. its very easy to chuck a loaf in, in the morning and its ready before lunch time and next day it makes great toast. can't get fresher them freshly baked bread
    Home made is definately not a good idea. Sure, the smell of bread cooking is really nice and freshly made warm bread is yummy. Which is why its not a good idea. LOL

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    Default What is the best bread?

    Wholemeal with grains is the best, but check the ingredients and make sure it says Wholemeal flour.

    Lots of people say multigrain is the best, but most of the time they use white flour and just throw in some grains, so you're basically eating white bread.... Which is the worst you can eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannielle View Post
    Home made is definately not a good idea. Sure, the smell of bread cooking is really nice and freshly made warm bread is yummy. Which is why its not a good idea. LOL
    Lol i make it but hardly ever eat it. I think maybe i'm strange to not really like bread.

    I just meant healthy as in no preservatives additivies and you knew exactly whats in it

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    Default Re: What is the best bread?

    No bread for weight loss IMO.

    I hardly eat the stuff but when I do I only buy from bakers delight.

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    Default What is the best bread?

    Yep. I pretty much only eat baker's delight bread.
    I love their cape seed bread. Yum as toast with vegemite


 

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