Butternut® Large Enriched Bread. Good source calcium. Low fat. No trans fat. No saturated fat. No hydrogenated oils. No cholesterol. Excellent source thiamin (Vitamin B1), good source riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3) & folic acid. Per 1 slice serving: 70 calories. 0g sat fat, 0% DV. 130mg sodium, 5% DV. 2g sugars. Net wt 20 oz (1 1/4 lb) (567g).
Be informed: go to whyeatbread.com. Butternut bread for these B Vitamins. 20% daily value. Thiamin Vitamin B1. 10% daily value. Riboflavin vitamin B2. 15% daily value. Niacin vitamin B3. 15% daily value. Folic acid vitamin B9. Two slices of Butternut give you the amounts shown above. Complex carbohydrates = energy. The primary function of carbohydrates is to provide energy for the body, especially the brain and nervous system1. Most people should get between 45% and 65% of total calories from carbohydrates, preferably from complex carbohydrates (like Butternut bread) and natural sugars (from fresh fruits, like apples)1,2. Excellent source of thiamin (Vitamin B1). Good source of riboflavin (Vitamin B2) and niacin (Vitamin B3). These B vitamins play an important role in metabolism by helping the body produce and release energy from protein, fat and carbohydrates.3 They also help the nervous system function properly.3 Because the body doesn't store these B vitamins, you should eat foods that contain them every day.1 Good source of folic acid: Folic acid is another B vitamin that is necessary to make red blood cells in your body and plays a key role in making and maintaining your DNA.3,4,5,6 Healthful diets with adequate folic acid may reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a birth defect of the brain or spinal cord. The FDA recommends an intake of 400mcg of folic acid daily. Good source of calcium: Two slices of delicious Butternut bread contains 15% of the daily recommended value of calcium that your body needs. Calcium is linked to healthy bones and necessary for proper heart, muscle and nerve function, making it important to both kids and adults.7,8. Be informed: Why Eat Bread ® Go to whyeatbread.com. Eating grain foods, like Butternut bread, provides many nutrients that are vital for the health and maintenance of our bodies.3 Grains are important sources of nutrients including several B vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folate) and minerals (such as iron).3 Source: 1 national institutes of health, 2 U.S. department of agriculture, U.S. department of health and human services, 3www.choosemyplate.gov, 4American cancer society - www.cancer.org. 5 Harvard school of Public Health - www.hsph.harvard.edu, 6Teens health from Nemours - www.kidshealth.org, 7gowiththegrain.org, 8nih.gov. White or wheat, it's still good to Eat!® Nutrition at a glance. Excellent source thiamin (vitamin B1). Good source riboflavin (vitamin B2). Good source niacin (vitamin B3). Good source folic acid. Good source calcium. Low fat, no trans fat. No saturated fat. 100% soybean oil (non-hydrogenated). No cholesterol. The amount of calcium, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin & folic acid are based on the reference amount customarily consumed (RACC) which is 50g. Why Eat Bread®, bread slice with banner Design®, white or Wheat, it's still good to Eat!® clearly the Veri-Best Taste®, Weber's® & design, Bread Du Jour® are registered trademarks of Lewis Bakeries, Inc. and are licensed to Chicago Baking Company.