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California Bakery Produces High-Fiber Breads Whose “Net Carb” Content Is Zero

May 14, 2012: 11:24 AM EST
A California bakery has developed a line of breads for bread lovers who are trying to cut down on carbs. Julian Bakery of La Jolla offers low-carb and carb-free breads that it claims are "compatible with any diet plan" whose overall goal is a reduction in carbohydrate intake. Julian’s Carb Zero Bread is also gluten-free, high in protein and fiber, low in calories, and contains no sugar, yeast, or preservatives. The concept – identical to the Atkins “net carb” idea – is that fiber-based carbs can be subtracted from total carbs because they are not metabolized or stored in the body as fat. Julian’s bread has an equal amount of carbohydrates and fiber, leading to a net carb level of zero.
"Julian Bakery Offers Healthy, Diet-Friendly Breads With Zero Net Carbs", News release, Julian Bakery, May 14, 2012, © Julian Bakery
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