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Carbs and Fiber in Low-Sodium White Bread

Food Item: Low-Sodium White Bread
Food Quantity: Average Slice
Carbs: 14g
Dietary Fiber: 0.5g
Net Carbs: 13.5g

Low-Sodium White Bread and Diet

Bread (like Low-Sodium White Bread), contains energy-giving complex carbohydrates (mostly in the form of starch) plus some dietary fiber for better health and digestion. However, some types of bread, when eaten alone, may raise blood sugar levels due to their high glycemic value.

For more details about carbs in bread, see resources below.

Low-Sodium White Bread, Glycemic Index, Weight Loss

Whether or not you are following a low carb diet, for best results, choose breads which are lower on the glycemic index, or with a lower glycemic load (see Food Chart). You can reduce the glycemic value of a meal by adding extra fiber, or another food which is low on the glycemic index. Point is, lower glycemic index eating-plans are great for fast healthy weight loss. See also, Low Glycemic Index Food Pyramid.

Note: Nutritional values in breads can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Low-Sodium White Bread are intended as a guideline only.

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