I've heard that wheat actually causes you to store fat, along with soy and other products and that spelt/sprouted grain bread is an awesome alternative to regular bread. So, I tried looking online to see where I could buy it, but all of them say to buy flour and actually make it yourself. Okay, now, I don't know about the rest of you guys, but I'm really lazy and I'd rather just buy and eat it.
I live in the suburbs near Chicago, so if anybody knows where I can buy it, please help! ^^
A popular brand is Ezekiel bread. You should be able to find it in the freezer section at Whole Foods, Trader Joes or even some regular grocery stores
Oh, heh, well I guess I was misinformed. And thank god! I was going crazy trying to avoid wheat, and let me tell you, it is in EVERYTHING! Okay, so it's not but whatever.
Aha! Thanks! Do you have any personal favorites?
And it's in the freezer section, oh I didn't know that! I tried looking in Jewel Osco, for it in the BREAD section! No wonder I didn't find it, I'll start checking in freezers in all stores now, hee
If you have a food allergy to wheat then you may experience all kinds of problems from wheat bread. Try a gluten free (GF) diet if you think you might have a sensitivity and see where it gets you.
If you want to try a sprouted grain bread, try Ezekiel bread. They generally sell it in the freezer section of the grocery store. It costs more than regular bread but it's lower in carbs and supposedly much higher in nutrients, so it's safer for diabetics. I bought DH a loaf and we haven't finished it yet because we only have one slice at a time, but it tastes great! They also make Ezekiel tortillas, hotdog rolls and hamburger buns.