"7 Worst Breads to Eat for Inflammation, Say Dietitians"
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Personally, I don't eat any of these breads. I predominantly eat only Ezekiel Bread, cinnamon and raisins with butter (the real stuff) toasted every morning. It is very low in carbs and has no flour used in it. I have a hard time with other breads, but my kryptonite is sour dough french bread. I have to have a loaf every once in a while.

Below is a list of some breads that could prove detrimental to one's health, if one may have comorbidities, like diabetes or other sugar sensitive diseases.


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7 Worst Breads to Eat for Inflammation, Say Dietitians



Bread certainly gets a bad rap, but it isn't always warranted. While there are plenty of healthy breads you can find at the grocery store that are less processed, there is an abundance of ultra-processed breads that can lead to weight gain.

Refined, ultra-processed breads are low in fiber, high in simple carbs, can contain added sugar, and many are made with inflammatory additives like vegetable oils or preservatives. If you're someone who is concerned about inflammation or is trying to lower inflammation in your body, it's worth knowing which loaves of bread to avoid buying as too many processed carbs can lead to inflammatory responses over time.

[Image: Natures-Own-White-Wheat.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]Nature's Own

"This Nature's Own bread is one of the worst to eat for inflammation due largely to the fact that consumers may be confused about what they are eating," Says Trista Best, MPH, RD, LD at Balance One Supplements. "Wheat bread made with 100 % whole wheat is not inflammatory for most individuals who do not have a gluten allergy or intolerance. However, white wheat bread is made with refined carbohydrates which are highly inflammatory and harmful to overall health when consumed on a regular basis."


[Image: Sun-Maid-Raisin-Bread.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]Sun Maid

"This bread has eight grams of added sugars, which can contribute to inflammation. Eating too much added sugar is not helpful for inflammation in the body," says Morgyn Clair, MS, RDN, author at Fit Healthy Momma.


[Image: Wonder-Bread.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]Wonder Bread

"This long-loved white bread was one of the first breads on store shelves, as early as 1921. Its wonder qualities end there, considering the inflammatory nature of its refined carbohydrates. It is processed in such a way that the body processes it quickly, causes an inflammatory reaction, and a glucose spike that leaves consumers feeling hungry shortly after eating," says Best.

 
[Image: Sunbeam.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]Aunt Millies

"Fiber acts as a prebiotic for healthy gut bacteria by feeding this bacteria and keeping the gut in balance. When gut bacteria are out of balance, inflammation can begin to increase steadily in the body. Bread should be a source of fiber and whole grains, which feed the healthy bacteria and reduce inflammation throughout the body. Sunbeam provides only .5 grams of fiber for 2 slices," says Best.


[Image: Kings-Hawaiin.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]King's Hawaiin

This bread slice might be sweet and delicious, but each slice comes with seven grams of added sugar and very little fiber, making it one of the worst choices for trying to manage inflammation.


[Image: Farmhouse-Honey-White.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=640]Pepperidge Farm

There are six grams of added sugar and 210 milligrams of sodium in just one slice of this honey white, with only one gram of fiber. Consuming larger amounts of added sugar on a regular basis can contribute to more inflammation in the body.


[Image: Pepperidge-Farm-Multigrain.jpg?quality=8...=all&w=640]Pepperidge Farm

This Pepperidge Farm Multigrain bread is on the list because even though you may assume "multigrain" automatically means "healthy," but that's not necessarily true with this slice. In each slice, you'll consume 220 milligrams of sodium, five grams of added sugar, and only one gram of fiber. Opt for a multigrain that contains more fiber and less sugar to help lower inflammation.
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As the poster child for celiac disease, I say, "Burn 'em! Hanging's too good for the likes of those loaves!"

In all seriousness, one of the better things to develop for my wife and I, as relates to CD has been that we read the ingredients of pretty much everything.
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Ezekiel bread may be helpful for you. Not only does it not have any flour, it has no gluten, being made from sprouts. I've been eating this every morning for breakfast for many years now. Lightly toasted and with some peanut butter and jam...yummy!


This is the one (there are a few variants) I started on: https://www.foodforlife.com/product/brea...rain-bread
One should have an open mind; open enough that things get in, but not so open that everything falls out
Art Bell
  
I don't need a good memory, because I always tell the truth.
Jessie Ventura

Its no wonder truth is stranger than fiction.
Fiction has to make sense
Mark Twain

All War is Deception
Gen. Sun

You don't have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body.
C.S. Lewis

Political Correctness is Fascism pretending to be manners.
George Carlin

“In a time of deceit…truth is a revolutionary act”
George Orwell
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