SOLA Deliciously Seeded Low Carb Bread has just 9 grams of carbs and 5 grams of dietary fiber per 80 calorie slice (net carbs = 4 grams). Each slice provides 6 grams of protein for staying power and is sweetened with Monk Fruit and Stevia Leaf. SOLA's other bread options, Golden (White) Wheat and Sweet Oat, also have 4 grams or less of net carbs per slice. The bread will stay fresh for up to 2 weeks at room temperature, and can be stored frozen for up to 6 months. The company recommends freezing shortly after receiving, and remove from freezer as needed.
When made as per instructions and sliced 1cm thick, the bread yields 20 slices. As we use high quality (mostly Australian) natural ingredients, the cost is higher than normal bread (and a lot more nutritionally dense too). It has similar nutritional makeup to a protein bar (which are usually around $5 each) so quite good value for a high protein low carb snack or meal!
However, thereā€™s no evidence that following a low-carb diet is any more beneficial in managing diabetes than other approaches in the long term, including a healthy, balanced diet. Research suggests that the best type of diet is one that you can maintain in the long term, so it's important to talk to your healthcare professional about what you think will work for you. Another option is theĀ Mediterranean diet, which is also linked to reducing the risk of heart diseases and stroke.
Low-carb diets, especially very low-carb diets, may lead to greater short-term weight loss than do low-fat diets. But most studies have found that at 12 or 24 months, the benefits of a low-carb diet are not very large. A 2015 review found that higher protein, low-carbohydrate diets may offer a slight advantage in terms of weight loss and loss of fat mass compared with a normal protein diet.
The main dietary focus of the Atkins Diet is eating the right balance of carbohydrates, protein and fats for optimal weight loss and health. According to the Atkins Diet, obesity and related health problems, such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease, are the fault of the typical low-fat, high-carbohydrate American diet. The Atkins Diet says that you don't need to avoid fatty cuts of meat or trim off excess fat. Rather, controlling carbs is what's important.
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