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Nature's Own 100% Whole Wheat Bread-A Sinfully Healthy Sandwich

        I have to admit the first couple of weeks trying to get healthy were so rough. As time has passed I have learned about more and more great products that are helping me enjoy getting healthy just a bit more. Nature's Own 100% Whole Grain Bread is one of those products that I loved from bite one. Now I will sadly admit my entire life I have been a white bread kinda gal, especially covered in butter and sugar. While I have switched my kids to a gluten free lifestyle I really have not been able to go bread free.lol Today for lunch I decided to try something new with my Nature's Own I made not just a plain sandwich, but a sandwich with a little bit of veggie kick to it!
         There are many things that I like about Nature's Own bread, first I think is the texture. A lot of whole grain breads I have tried have that really grainy taste to them, and for me that is a major down side. Trying to switched from white bread I don't want to feel like I am eating a dirt cake. Nature's Own gave me that white bread texture with the health of a whole grain. I also really like how it holds up to being a sandwich, I know I know that sounds really funny but have you ever made a sandwich and it gets all soggy from the things you put on it?? No one likes that, and Nature's Own doesn't do that :) and a a fairly low calorie bread it is the perfect addition to my diet.

*the above mentioned product was received in order to help facilitate this review, regardless any and all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

I just bought more of this at the store, that and those square things they make with raisins (forget the name). My favorites thoughl
Alaina Bullock said…
I used to refuse to eat Whole Wheat or Whole Grain bread, until I tried Natures Own! They really do make a great tasting bread!

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