Roman Meal Bread 16 oz
29 whole grains per serving. Good source of fiber. Good value for your family. Natural whole grain goodness. Roman Meal was born in 1912 when Dr. Robert Jackson reversed his failing health through diet and exercise. Dr. Jackson emulated the ancient Roman centurion's daily menu of whole wheat, whole rye, added bran and flaxseed. The Matthaei family, with bread-baking heritage dating back to the 1800's, purchased the formula in 1927 to include in their breads and cereals. With a strong commitment to health and whole grains, Roman Meal Company continues to make breads that are healthy and taste great. Heart healthy. Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in total fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers. Whole wheat kernel: wheat bran protects seed - fiber, B vitamins, trace minerals. Endosperm provides energy - carbohydrates, protein, B vitamins. Wheat germ provides nourishment - phytonutrients, vitamin E, B vitamins, antioxidants. Did you know? Ordinary wheat flour comes from only the largest part of the wheat kernel. Roman Meal bread varieties include wheat bran and wheat germ too, so you get all the nutrients from the whole grain. Made with whole wheat tells you you're getting all components of the original wheat kernel. Roman Meal bakes most of their bread varieties with whole wheat or whole grains as the first ingredient. The health benefits of whole grains come from the fiber, vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and antioxidants which work together to reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Eating a variety of whole grains each day will help ensure that you get the nutrients needed to stay healthy. A good way to get whole wheat and whole grains in part of your daily diet is to enjoy them in a great tasting loaf of Roman Meal bread. 100% whole grain. 29 g or more per serving. Eat 48 g or more of whole grains daily. Roman Meal Company is proud to be a founding member of the Whole Grains Council. We dedicate ourselves to producing nutritious and great-tasting whole grain foods.