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Purity Gluten-Free Bread by Julian Bakery

Purity Gluten-Free Bread is an amazing product for many reasons.  First off it is cultured for 8 hours (you can notice a slight sourdough flavor), so it is easier to digest, and, according to the Julian Bakery “you get more energy out of it than it takes to digest it.” Second, gluten-free Purity Bread has only 2 net carbs, 7 grams of protein, and 8 grams of fiber per slice, and I doubt that there are other gluten-free breads that can make this claim.  Purity Gluten-Free Bread by Julian BakeryThird, Purity Bread has zero refined ingredients and is excellent for those with diabetes, celiac disease, candida overgrowth, and hypoglycemia—so it really is in a class of its own.

On top of all this the bread tastes fantastic!

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Jay M
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16 Dec 2009 4:08:22 PM PDT
This bread is truly excellent I just got my first order this week and will be ordering more. It has a great sourdough onion taste and makes your stomach feel great!




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