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There are many types of breads that are available in market like milk bread, brown bread etc. Which bread I should eat that can be more good for my health.

  • Have you done any research on your own? It's unlikely that you will get a conclusive answer since this is constantly debated. People will have different opinions on what type of bread is healthy, and some will say that no bread at all is healthy. I'm not sure you'll be any better off than that. – user985366 Apr 17 '17 at 22:41
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Generally, Whole grain bread with the most fiber and protien, with the shortest ingredients list with no preservatives, colors, sugar, would be best.

Fiber and protein help you feel full longer and can help you cut down on additional junk snacking.

Source: http://www.webmd.com/diet/video/truth-about-bread

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    Says who? We like to see answers here backed up with more than your opinion. – Carey Gregory Apr 20 '17 at 1:41
  • See the Community Policy: Since health is an important topic, the site has a strict policy that all answers should be backed up with reliable references in order to provide the community with the means to assess the merit of the answer, regardless of the reader's background. See this list of reliable sources. If you still have trouble with this, feel free to visit the help center. – Narusan Apr 20 '17 at 20:46
  • Added source and link – larry909 Apr 20 '17 at 20:59
  • Thank you for including the source. This is the beginning of a very good answer. It would be great to explain why most Fiber is good for yourself. I think preservatives are quite obvious, but what is the difference between whole grain bread and white bread? If you could explain this, your answer would be really great and helpful! – Narusan Apr 20 '17 at 21:04
  • Added explanatory comment – larry909 Apr 20 '17 at 21:05
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If you buy bread from a shop it is likely to be commercial flour which is processed. Buy organic flour and make your own that way you know it is least likely to be contaminated.

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    Welcome to Health.SE. Since health is an important topic, the site has a strict policy that all answers should be backed up with reliable references in order to provide the community with the means to assess the merit of the answer, regardless of the reader's background. See this list of reliable sources. If you still have trouble with this, feel free to visit the help center. – Narusan Apr 20 '17 at 20:45

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