Keep Your New Year's Diet Resolution Without the Sacrifice

Julian Bakery Makes it 'OK' to Eat Bread Again with its Smart Carb Line!

Dec 15, 2010, 05:33 ET from Julian Bakery

LA JOLLA, Calif., Dec. 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Millions of Americans will once again make the New Year's resolution to lose weight. This typically means cutting out carbohydrates and food favorites like bread. La Jolla's Julian Bakery now makes that sacrifice a thing of the past! With its more than 20 years of producing top-quality organic baked goods, Julian Bakery allows dieters the chance to stay on their low-carb meal plans while still enjoying bread. Julian Bakery's Smart Carb line of bread packs just one net carbs per serving! This means no more going without sandwiches and no more missing out on that side of toast during breakfast.

  • Smart Carb #1 is truly a one-of-a-kind bread product. Packing 12 grams of protein and fiber per slice, it's perfect for taking in the proper daily amount of these two essential elements. Add in the fat fighting fiber, Inulin, and the bread is perfect for any diet. Smart Carb #1 has just one net carb per slice, making it simple for low-carb dieters to enjoy something they would typically do without on a low-carb meal plan. This 1.5 pound sliced loaf is sprouted for easy digestion and grown organically.

Julian Bakery's Smart Carb #1 is just one in a catalog of 20 different varieties that include vegan, wheat-free, gluten-free and yeast-free recipes. These healthy options are perfect for low-carb dieters, everyday bread lovers and those struggling with diabetes. Julian Bakery breads have been nationally recognized for quality and nutritional value. They are a recommended part of The Rosedale Diet. In addition, Smart Carb #1 was named "Best New Low-Carb Bread of 2009" by CarbWire.com.

About Julian Bakery:

Julian Bakery opened its doors in 1989 in the historic town of Julian, California. Created by nutritionist and baking visionary, Barbara Squier, her dedication and mission to bring healthy and delicious bread to everyone lead the bakery to expand to the seaside town of La Jolla, California in 1993. All of Julian Bakery's healthy line of breads are produced and distributed from its state-of-the-art baking facility in La Jolla today. A variety of pies are still produced at the Julian location. More information can be found on the company website: www.JulianBakery.com.

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