I usually buy the "lite" wheat bread. (Either Pepperidge Farm's Litestyles or the store brand). I remember reading somewhere (can't remember where) that the breads lower the calories by added more air and slicing it thinner, but also by adding fiber, BUT that this fiber doesn't count towards your reccomended daily intake. (Did that make sense?)
I've been making a concsious effort to get more fiber into my diet and I'm trying to figure out if all of the grams of fiber I have been counting "actually" count! Anybody have some insite into this issue?
And a food reccomendation: I'm generally not a fan of the "low-carb" foods, but I really like the Sahara low-carb pitas. 90 calories each and 10 grams of fiber.