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The Duchess of Cambridge is known for her skills behind the camera. It's an understatement to say that the British royal family knows the importance of a photo opp, and milestones are rarely left undocumented. Ahead of Prince Louis's 3rd birthday, the Duchess of Cambridge released this sweet photo of Louis on a bike, shortly before the young royal left for his first day of nursery at the Willcocks Nursery School.
From his adorable first photos with Princess Charlotte to his scene-stealing debut on the Buckingham Palace balcony, we rounded up a collection of his sweetest moments of all time here. In honor of the prince's third birthday, William and Kate released a new photo of Louis before he left for his first day of school. Prince Louis clearly enjoyed himself during his family's adorable Christmas card photo shoot.
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Bread often gets a bad reputation. "There are too many carbs in bread" or "bread will make you bloat" are all common complaints associated with the popular bakery item.While these things are true if you eat two slices of bread more than once a day, and on a regular basis, bread can still fit into a healthy diet. The trick? In addition to limiting your intake, the key is to find a brand that contains quality ingredients.Sydney Greene, MS, RD, registered dietitian and member of our medical board, shares a few tips on how you can go about finding a healthy bread option in the grocery store nearest you. She even shares her top two favorite brands. (Related: The Healthiest Breads to Eat for Weight Loss, According to Dietitians.)Is bread healthy for you?"It can be! When choosing a bread, opt for one with fiber, protein, and no added sugar," says Greene. "Slices with three or more grams of fiber is a great place to start and the fewer the ingredients, the better."What is your favorite type of bread?Greene has two favorite types of bread. Her first choice? Bread Alone Bakery's Whole Wheat Sourdough. Per 1 slice (39 g): 90 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 210 mg sodium, 19 g carbs (2 g fiber, 0 g sugar), 4 g protein "Whole wheat sourdough is great for those with sensitive stomachs thanks to the slow fermentation process and naturally occurring good bacteria that partially breaks down GI irritants such as phytic acid, wheat, and gluten," says Greene.Sourdough is made with the help of yeast and beneficial bacteria.The naturally occurring sourdough yeast that ferments the wheat flour produces carbon dioxide, which causes the bubbles that you see in a slice of bread to form and leavens the dough.The bacteria produce many compounds, such as lactic acid (which causes that slightly sour taste) as well as enzymes like phytase, according to a Journal of Nutrition&Food Sciences study. Phytase is what breaks down phytic acid, as Greene mentions. Phytic acid is known as an "anti-nutrient" that can impair the body's natural absorption of iron, zinc, and calcium and may promote mineral deficiencies. But in sourdough bread, phytate concentration can be decreased by 71%!Greene also notes that sourdough is a good option for those with sensitive stomachs. That's because this type of bread has a longer fermentation period than most store-bought breads, which use fast-acting yeast.Because the yeast has more time to ferment the wheat, it has more time to break down the protein and carbohydrates in flour, most notably a type of carb called fructan. It's this carbohydrate that can cause digestive distress for many people when they eat ultra-processed bread, according to a Gastroenterology study.Her second choice? Food For Life Ezekiel Bread. Per 1 slice (34 g): 80 calories, 0.5 g fat (0 g saturated fat, 0 g trans fat), 75 mg sodium, 15 g carbs (3 g fiber, 0 g sugar), 5 g protein "Food For Life Ezekiel Bread is another excellent choice as they use whole ingredients that have been minimally processed," says Greene. "When ingredients such as seeds, nuts, or grains are overly processed, their nutrient density is diminished. The seedier and heavier the bread, the better."What's a healthier bread swap?If you're looking to reduce the amount of bread in your diet, Greene has a clever replacement: make your own toast…from sweet potatoes!"Slice a sweet potato length-wise in a 1/4 inch thick piece, toast it up, and add your favorite toppings," she says.For more, check out Surprising Side Effects Bread Has On Your Gut, Says Science.For more healthy eating news, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!
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