Nutrition and Energy in Breads
Dietary Food Nutrients, Vitamins, Minerals and Glycemic Index GI Value of Bread

Nutritional Value of Bread

Calories Information - Calories in Bread - Calories In Food
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Diet Nutrients, Micronutrients in Breads

Food Nutrition in Breads

The food quality and nutrition value of bread depends upon the flour used, and the degree of refining involved in the manufacturing process. The healthiest breads are the dense chewy types made from 100 percent stone ground wholewheat or whole grain flours. These breads contain significant amounts of vitamins and minerals. Breads to avoid include all 'fluffy' easy-to-eat varieties, or any bread made with refined white flour.

Energy in Bread

Bread typically contains about 75 calories per slice.

Nutrients in Bread

Bread is high in starchy carbohydrate, contains small amounts of protein and is generally low in fat.

Vitamins in Bread

Although most Western breads have added Vitamins, whole wheat or Wholegrain bread contains significantly more vitamins than regular white bread. For example whole grain varieties contain higher levels of B Vitamins plus a significant amount of Vitamin E and folate.

Minerals in Bread

Although most Western breads contain added minerals, whole wheat or Wholegrain bread contains significantly more minerals than regular white bread. For example whole wheat bread contains 40 percent more iron, 300 percent more zinc and larger amounts of phophorus, magnesium and manganese.

Glycemic Index (GI) Value For Bread

Wholegrain bread has a medium GI value while refined white flour bread has a high GI value.

Most Nutritious Types of Bread

The healthiest types of bread is made from wholegrain or whole wheat flour. Wholegrains, as well as foods made from them, consist of the entire grain seed, including the bran, the germ, and the endosperm. In the grain-refining process - used to produce regular white bread - most of the bran and some of the germ is removed, resulting in the loss of dietary fiber (also known as cereal fiber), vitamins, minerals, lignans, phytoestrogens, phenolic compounds, and phytic acid.

Nutrition in Breads

Banana Bread
Banana Bread Nutrition
Boston Brown Bread
Bread Sticks
Bread Stuffing
Breadcrumbs
Ciabatta
Cornbread
Cracked Wheat Bread
Crispbread
Croutons
Foccacia
French Bread
Garlic Bread
Gluten-Free Bread
Irish Soda Bread
Italian Bread
Light Bread
Low-Sodium Bread
Melba Toast
Mixed Grain Bread
Oat Bran Bread
Oatmeal Bread
Panera Bread
Pita Bread
Pumpernickel Bread
Pumpkin Bread
Raisin Bread
Rice Bran Bread
Rye Bread
Rusk Toast
Sandwich Bread
Sourdough Bread
Sprouted Wheat Bread
Stoneground Bread
Vienna Bread
Wheat Bran Bread
Wheat Flour
Wheatgerm
Wheatgerm Bread
White Bread
Whole Grain Bread
Whole Wheat Bread
Whole Wheat Pita Bread

Bread Rolls

Bread Rolls
Dinner Roll
French Rolls
French Toast
Hamburger Rolls
Hoagie Roll
Hot Dog Roll
Kaiser Bread Rolls
Pumpernickel Rolls
Rye Rolls
Scones
Submarine Roll
r Sweet Bread Roll
Wheat Rolls

Danish Pastries

Almond Danish Pastry
Cinnamon Danish Pastry
Fruit Danish Pastry
Lemon Danish Pastry
Raspberry Danish Pastry

Weight Control, Exercise and Nutrition

Some people who want to lose weight make the mistake of focusing exclusively on calorie-intake and counting calories. Although keeping track of energy intake is vital, energy expenditure is also important. So too is diet nutrition, because when we maintain a healthy body and metabolism, we burn calories faster. In short, if you want to lose weight, make sure you eat a healthy diet in order to obtain all your necessary nutrients.

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