• Size

    16 oz

    Gtin14

    00024126017247

    Upc

    2412601724

    Description

    High fiber. Special recipe bread. Per 2 Slice serving: 70 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 130 mg sodium (5% DV); 3 g sugars; 5 g fiber (20% DV). 35 calories per slice. 7 g net carbs. Reduced sodium. 32% or less sodium than regular honey wheat bread. Healthy Life is a Dieter's Dream Come True. Counting Calories? Avoiding carbs but love bread? Healthy Life Honey Wheat Per 1 Slice 20.5 g (Slice weights are approximate): 35 calories; 0 g fat; 65 mg sodium; 9 g total carbs minus; 2 g total dietary fiber equals; 7 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Regular Honey Wheat Per 1 Slice 20.5 g (Slice weights are approximate): 50 calories; 0.5 g fat; 95 mg sodium; 10 g total carbs minus; 1 g total dietary fiber equals; 9 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Healthy Life Honey Wheat Per 2 Slices 41 g (Slice weights are approximate): 70 calories; 0.5 g fat; 130 mg sodium; 18 g total carbs minus; 5 g total dietary fiber equals; 13 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Regular Honey Wheat Per 2 Slices 41 g (Slice weights are approximate): 100 calories; 1 g fat; 190 mg sodium; 20 g total carbs minus; 1 g total dietary fiber equals; 19 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Healthy Life Honey Wheat Per 50 Grams: 90 calories; 1 g fat; 160 mg sodium; 22 g total carbs minus; 6 g total dietary fiber equals; 16 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Regular Honey Wheat Per 50 Grams: 130 calories; 1.5 g fat; 230 mg sodium; 25 g total carbs minus; 2 g total dietary fiber equals; 23 g net carbs (for diets controlling carbs, subtract dietary fiber, which has minimal impact on blood sugar, from total carbs to get net carbs). Bread for a Healthy Heart: Healthy Life Honey Wheat Bread is a heart Healthy bread because it is low in fat, and contains no trans fat, saturated fat or cholesterol. Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol, and as low as possible in trans fat, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Healthy Life Bread is the Answer! Eating grain foods, like Healthy Life Honey Wheat Bread, provides many nutrients that are vital for the health and maintenance of our bodies., Grains are important sources of nutrients including dietary fiber, several B vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folate), and minerals such as irons. Complex Carbohydrates: The primary function of carbohydrates is to provide energy for the body, especially the brain and nervous system. Carbohydrates are classified as simple or complex? Most people should get between 45% and 65% of total calories from carbohydrates, preferably from complex carbohydrates (like Healthy Life Bread & Buns) and natural sugars (from fresh fruits, like apples). Excellent Source of Fiber: Healthy Life Honey Wheat Bread is an excellent source of fiber, which can promote good digestive health and can aid in weight loss efforts.5 High-fiber foods are digested more slowly by the body and can make us feel full and satisfied after eating less. The USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend eating 25 g of fiber per day for women and 38 g per day for men. 35 Calories Per Slice: Eating more calories than you bum in a day forces your body to store the extra calories as body fat. A diet low in fat and calories combined with exercise can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Healthy Life Honey Wheat Bread: Healthy Life Honey Wheat Bread is a reduced calorie bread and has 29% fewer calories than regular honey wheat bread, malting our bread a smart choice. Get a life! 35 Calories Per 20.5 g Slice: Per 50 g RACC (Reference Amounts Customarily Consumed): low fat; no trans fat; no saturated fat; no cholesterol; reduced sodium; excellent source of fiber; good source thiamin (B1 vitamin); good source of iron, calcium, folic acid; no high fructose corn syrup; no artificial colors or flavors. Sources: ChooseMyPlate.gov, National Institutes of Health, Center for Disease Control, US Department of Agriculture & US Department of Health and Human Services, International Food Information Council, Mayo Clinic. Be Informed: Why Eat Bread? Go to WhyEatBread.com. Additional nutrition information and resources of information are available at www.HealthyLifeBread.com. Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/HealthyLife.