A Better-for-You White Bread

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Hi, I'm Dr. Michael Roizen here with a tasty tip that will help you be younger. If you're not a big fan of dark whole wheat bread, don't worry, look for bread made with a 100% white. I did say white, whole wheat flour, yes, white. White whole wheat flour isn't process to be that way, it actually starts out white.

Regular whole wheat comes from red wheat which has a dark color, a more pronounced than just some better taste, and a chewier texture. But white whole wheat is made from albino wheat, which until fairly recently, it only came from Australia. Now American farmers are growing this mouther tasting wheat, that makes it easier for everyone to get the high fiber benefits of whole grains without losing the familiar taste and soft texture white bread.

Here's the best part, you don't have to take a side trip to an organic foodstore to find it, white whole wheat products which include flour, crackers, baking mixes are now in many supermarkets. Try it, and see if it works for you and your family. For more ways to nourish your health, watch and you can even share all of our health tips.

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