Basically, Fitness Bread is a pre-sliced, vacuum packaged, super dense brick of bread made from all natural/whole grains and packs a slew of healthy (and filling) ingredients including rye, oat kernels and wheat germ. Wheat germ, for those of you that aren’t familiar, is very high in protein and contains more potassium and iron than any other food source. Great for maintaining energy levels, Fitness Bread is also a source for vitamins A, B1 and B3. All very good stuff.
The dirt: While Fitness Bread, is yummy it’s not the kind of bread you can make a sandwich with (in my experience). Since it’s made entirely of whole grains it’s very crumbly and strangely chewy. The best way to enjoy this bread is; toasted, slathered with nut butter, jam, honey, apple and/or banana slices is my recco. It’s also good spread with a soft/mild cheese and pear slices.
I love this bread. Eat it every morning with butter – and its filling and delicious. And all the fiber is great for the digestive system. That said, they birds hate it…they’ll eat anything BUT fitness bread…more for me
1 slice of Fitness bread, 20 grams (approx 1 serving) of Neufchâtel cheese, can of skinless/boneless sardines (in water), red onion slices, fresh dill, salt & pepper w/ side of cucumber. 320 calories, 28 grams of protein, 28 carbs, 10 grams of fat, 6 grams of fiber.