I'm on Weight Watchers trying to lose weight, and when I heard about this bread I was skeptical. I didn't understand how white bread could be nutritious. So one day I went to the grocery store and looked at the information. This bread has 5 grams of fiber for two slices! When I calculated how many points it was, it was only 1 point for a serving size, which is two slices. I was still a little skeptical about the taste, so I bought a loaf and took it home.Later that day I tried it normally and in a sandwich. It looks like white bread, feels like white bread, and tastes like white bread. I was amazed because I never thought white bread could be healthy. The texture is soft and spongy, just like white bread, and it tastes like it too. And best of all, it's nutritious like wheat bread!The only downside to this bread is that it's only available in certain places (mainly the south/southeast US), and Nature's Own (the company that makes it) won't ship it because they want to preserve the freshness. Also, it's a little bit more expensive than wheat bread. However, I think it's worth it if you miss white bread but still want the nutrition of wheat bread.
Round Rock, TX