If you have type 2 diabetes, you’ve likely worried about whether or not you can eat bread and still manage your blood sugar.
The popular belief that bread is a forbidden food for diabetics just isn't true, as long as you're choosing the right bread.
I’ve narrowed down the best bread for diabetics so you can confidently add bread back into your diabetes meal plan.
Bfree brown seeded sandwich bread is free from gluten, dairy, and soy as well as vegan, kosher, and non-GMO.
With 80 calories and 5 grams of protein, this bread can help to fill you up and keep you satisfied without adding too many calories to your meal.
Each slice is low in calories, low in sodium, and has 3g of protein and fiber. What’s not to love about that?
This bread uses sprouted wheat berries, quinoa, millet, oat groats, barley, rye berries, and amaranth to give you your daily dose of ancient grains.
This cinnamon raisin bread from Base Culture allows you to enjoy a sweet and flavor-packed bakery style bread without the blood sugar spike.
Sweetened with stevia, this bread has no added sugars, but still has the slight sweetness that “regular” bread has.
At zero net carbs and 8 grams of protein, you’re free to fill the rest of your diabetes-friendly meal up with healthy carbs.
With 6 grams of protein per slice, this bread can almost count as your main protein source at a meal (or at least a big portion of it!).
Different from all the rest, Outer Aisle’s Cauliflower Sandwich Thins are made primarily from cauliflower, eggs, and parmesan cheese.
Unbun has a variety of buns, bagels, and breads all Keto-approved. Their sliced bread is light and flavorful, and still filled with hearty fiber to help keep you full and regulate blood sugar.
Have you tried any of the breads listed?
Which is your favorite?