I read in the WW comp. food list that Nature's Own Whitewheat bread is 0 points. I went to the store last night and added all the nut. facts up and my cal. gave me a total of 2 points.
Which points value do you go by? The one in the comp. food list or the one from the facts on the bread?
to get the correct point value just go by the facts
fiber, calories, and fat....
I was told in WW a long time ago, there is nothing thats a 0 point if its half a point, go up to the rounded number, the same with fat content, if its 1.5 round it off to 2.
so if you think something is 0 be safe and count it as 1 point...
The bread that I bought is 1 point for 2 slices.
Which I think is pretty darn good, and I'm guessing probably the best I'm going to find.
vanessa, where did you find that bread at...what store?
I use the low carb bread, healthy life syle. 2 slices = 1 pt.
I bought my bread at WM Neighborhood Market (which is WM grocery store).
It's Nature's Own Honey Wheat LIGHT 40 calories per slice. I made a sandwich with it yesterday for lunch and it's YUMMY!
I was using Sara Lee's whole wheat 2 slices = 2 points and was just OK with the taste, but the Nat. Own is REALLY good. I'm glad I picked it up when I saw it, and it's only 1 POINT!
Thanks for the suggestion on the bread. I bought some today and its great. Much better than the brand I was using.
I use Sara Lee "Delightful". It's 1 pt. for 2 slices for both white and wheat. I've tried lots of diet bread and this is by far my favorite. I'm not a huge bread eater though so most of it goes to waste.