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Short Description : Britannia Brown Bread
Wheat bread has a reputation for being the healthier choice. The truth is, many wheat breads are just white breads in disguise. They contain the same processed white flour as white bread with the addition of sugars or colorings to give them their darker appearance. Having a darker color isn't a reliable indicator of nutritional value. The phrase "wheat" on the label misleads consumers because most breads contain wheat, even white breads.
The calorie composition of brown bread varies with the brand and the ingredients used. An example of a slice of generic brown bread, approximately 34 grams, contains 90 calories with 1 grams of fat. Brown bread contains 16 grams of carbohydrates per slice, along with 2 grams each of dietary fiber and sugar, as well as 3 grams of protein.
Even if eating whole grains doesn't actually make you lose weight, studies have shown that it can help you cut down on the amount of body fat you have and lead to a healthier distribution of that fat. Specifically, eating whole grains can leave you with less belly fat -- what scientists kindly call "central adiposity" -- which increases your risk of diabetes and other health woes.