Gluten free wholegrain bread

You’ll have heard the news of the heart health and death-delaying benefits of whole grains in the diet earlier this year (see the Guardian’s report here, for instance), but if you’re coeliac you may be concerned about getting enough, not least because gluten-free breads are often based on refined white flours, which use only the starchy endosperm of the grain, and not the fibre-rich bran or the nutrient-dense germ.

Wholegrain bread is made from wholemeal flour (flour made from milled whole grain) boosted with whole grains.

 

So here are a few in the UK:

 

Here’s one from Ireland:

  • Aldi Gluten Free Wholegrain Rolls (from Aldi).

 

And one in the US:

 

Any others? Please leave a comment and I’ll add to the above.

See also Coeliac UK’s advice on fibre and wholegrain here.

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