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Whole Wheat Flour VS White Flour Bread

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Published on Mar 27, 2010

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Whole wheat bread is healthy bread. When you shop in the grocery store it is very difficult to find true whole wheat bread. Most are enriched wheat or whole and enriched wheat blends. You can literally spend hours in the bread aisle reading the labels when looking for good bread to buy. The first and only wheat flour on the label should be whole or 100% wheat flour. That means that anything else other than whole wheat flour or 100% wheat flour is not whole wheat even if is says so on the label. You must look at the ingredient list to be sure because the front of the package is written by the marketing department and it can say wheat and not really be true whole wheat. There is no such thing as white whole wheat. White whole wheat bread is a blend of whole wheat flour and white flour. Many breads are the same blended flours and then colored with caramel color or molasses so white whole wheat bread just doesn't have the color added. It is a fact that whole wheat flours are far more nutritious than white flours. They are complete with the natural bran, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Enriched can not compare to the natural wholesome goodness of whole grains in real whole grain bread. Be sure to check your ingredient list to get the best. You deserve it!

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Deborah Bixler is dedicated to making a distinction in children's healthiness through nutrition and wellness instruction. Using high-quality for you food choices and healthy cooking classes, Bixler teaches families fun, fast and healthy mealtime tips so that they can spend more quality time consuming good for you foods and live a long and vigorous life.
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Trained as a Culinary Chef at the Culinary Institute Of America and a alumni of the Hotel Restaurant Management program at Luzerne County Community College, Bixler prospered in a successful career in the food service business. As a member of the School Nutrition Association and a qualified instructor for the National Restaurant Association's ManageFirst curriculum, Deborah teaches health and wellness to all age levels from kindergarten through college level nutrition programs.

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