Hi-Lo bread has 65% less carbohydrate than white bread, is high in protein, higher in fibre than wholemeal bread and has 86 calories per slice.
Just like LivLife, Hi-Lo is made with a combination of wheat flour and soya four. It's also crammed with seeds. It’s ideal for including in a low carbohydrate diet and provides another way for vegetarians to get more protein into their diet.
|Hi-Lo bread - high in protein, lower carbs|
If you like sunflower seeds or seedy bread, then you’ll probably enjoy Hi-Lo. Each slice is packed with seeds (sunflower, linseed and poppy). Even the crusts are studded with loads of sunflower seeds, most of which stay in place.
|Hi-Lo Bread sold in Sainsbury's|
|Hi Lo Bread - soft and chewy|
|Hi Lo bread toasted - toasts quickly (hence burnt bits!)|
Made by The Bread Roll Co. Ltd.
Nutrition Information per slice: 86 calories, 8.1g protein, 5.0g carbs, 1.1g sugars, 2.8g fat, 0.4g saturates, 3.4g fibre, 0.31g salt.
Dietary Information: Suitable for Vegetarians; Contains Barley; Contains Wheat; May Contain Eggs; May Contain Milk; Contains Soya\Soybeans; Free From Artificial Preservatives.
Ingredients: Water, Wholemeal Wheat Flour, Seed Mix (16%) (Sunflower Seeds, Linseed, Poppy Seed), Wheat Protein, Soya Flour, Soya Protein, Yeast, Wheat Bran, Apple Fibre, Fermented Wheat Flour, Spirit Vinegar, Malted Barley Flour, Malted Barley Extract, Salt.
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