Bread is a protein!

It is not difficult to see how many families become protein-deficient.

August 18, 2016 15:23
4 minute read.
Focaccia bread

Focaccia bread. (photo credit: ING IMAGE/ASAP)


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Many people do not know that while bread is undoubtedly rich in carbohydrates, it may also be protein-rich, depending on which flour you use to make it.

Proteins are an essential nutrient and serve multiple functions in our bodies. They are created from building blocks called amino acids, the alphabet for creating proteins.


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