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Is bread really healthy?

  • By Emily Amelia Inglis
  • Published 09/11/2012

Is bread really healthy? Due to the Brits’ love of the humble sarnie, it’s a question that has cropped up on our fair isle for centuries. Luckily, if you are one of the many million of people that enjoys tucking into a hearty sanger at lunchtime, there’s good news. Bread plays an important part in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and choosing the right fillings for your needs will also go a long way in in giving you all you need to get through the day.

The nice people at Warburtons have broken down all the goodness that you can get from your daily slices at their website, so you can be safe in the knowledge that you’re getting all you need. Just make sure you’re not filling your two slices with fried food and ch.eese all the time. Shame, I know.

There’s lots to be taken from your daily bread, including lashings of fibre, energy, calcium and iron, as well, perhaps surprisingly, quite a bit of protein thrown in there as well! Good news for those trying to lose a few extra pounds as well, as, eaten in moderation, a slice of large, white Warburtons loaf contains just 94 calories!

Head over to the Warburtons website for more info on what bread can do for you, and then go and get stuck into your favorite sandwich!

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