Low carb, low GI and high protein bread

Jul 09, 2014


A Current Affair ran an interesting story on a new low carb, high protein bread about to hit the market tonight and it got me thinking about diet, and how many here are looking for dietary wonders like this.  The bread, called Hermanbrot is coming to shelves this month and claims to be the highest protein bread on the market.  Now I don’t know about you, but from time to time I am known to do a quick protein diet and drop a bit of weight.  In fact, for my body it works rather well.  And this bread looks like it could make a nice addition to it.

With protein of 26% and carbohydrate levels of just 5% it matches up well with it’s self-declared nearest competitors.  If you eat a high protein diet, the bread certainly looks like it could be an interesting and pleasant way of enjoying what is normally a big no-no.



According to the company’s own website, the company commissioned the University of Sydney (SUGiRS) in 2013 to undertake a study on Herman Brot Low Carb Bread to confirm its healthy characteristics and to have this information easily accessible to the public.

The study established that Herman Brot Low Carb Bread has an extremely low Glycemic Index of 24 and a Glycemic Load of 1, making it the lowest GI/GL bread on the market today.

The superbread will initially only be stocked at some supermarkets, but can be bought online at www.hermanbrot.com.au.  But it won’t be cheap at $7.00 per loaf.

Do you eat a high protein diet?  Would you spend $7.00 to add this protein bread to it? 

To watch the video of A Current Affair featuring this bread, visit their site today at hhttp://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/8871662/the-new-super-bread-hitting-on-the-market

IMPORTANT LEGAL INFO This article is of a general nature and FYI only, because it doesn’t take into account your financial or legal situation, objectives or needs. That means it’s not financial product or legal advice and shouldn’t be relied upon as if it is. Before making a financial or legal decision, you should work out if the info is appropriate for your situation and get independent, licensed financial services or legal advice.

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