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Ezekiel bread vs. light bread

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Old 07-16-2014, 09:33 AM   #1
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Default Ezekiel bread vs. light bread

Light bread meaning bread like Aunt Mille's 35 Calorie bread. Which one is better for blood sugar levels? Or should I eat neither of them?
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Old 07-16-2014, 10:29 AM   #2
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I googled Ezekiel bread because I've never heard of it.

I go for the lower calories. However, I'm not as concerned about my blood sugar, as my levels are "normal" per my doctor/A1c tests.

Ezekiel's web site says they are a diabetic top choice, so maybe it would be worth comparing individual labels?

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Eating them plain? If you have a blood sugar meter, could test before eating it and then again one hour later.

Otherwise pair with enough protein to balance it. For me that means 1 sandwich with lots of veggies and at least 3 oz protein. (3 slices deli turkey or whatever.... 1 slice is usually about 1 oz)

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