How Many Calories In A Slice Of Bread

By | January 8, 2016

To answer the question how many calories in a slice of bread, there is something to think. You will need to think about the type of food, and also the size of the loaf/piece. It will be different for every one of it that you choose to eat.

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Some bread has a lot more calories than others because it depends on the quality of the loaf in question.

Brown Bread Is Healthier Than White

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You should note, wholemeal bread (brown bread) is much healthier for you. Although we do say “be careful” when eating this foodstuff. Especially when you are on a diet, because it will, in most cases, add to your possibly already overweight body, however, it is not as bad as the white variety.

It is because white bread is from wheat flour and there isn’t any wheat-germ and bran. That is unfortunate, as that is where most of the bread’s goodness is. Then to make matters worse, the flour is then bleached using Potassium bromide.

That on its own can be very harmful substance indeed. You can call it an oxidizing agent. It can cause itchy skin and is poisonous if swallowed in its raw form.

So, now we know the main reason why white bread is not suitable for us we also need to ensure if we are choosing to purchase brown bread. It is wholemeal bread in the traditional sense.

Please, look for the main ingredient, and it should be wholemeal or whole wheat flour. If it the manufacturer does not write it then you should not buy it.

If it is not from that, then you are not genuinely buying wholemeal/brown bread, in other words, don’t act a fool thinking it is the real deal.

How Many Calories In A Slice Of Bread

A Brown French Stick

 

It may be your brown bread of choice might have “enriched” wheat flour in it. It is the same as the flour people use in white bread, which is why it is a no-no. We avoid white bread every time someone offers it to us. At least, you should do.

If you are unsure as to the originality of the brown bread, see if you can see the presence of caramel. If it is in the list of ingredients, then it is not the best wholemeal you can choose. So, put it back then check another.

They will use caramel as a coloring agent in some “brown” bread.

In all honesty, the way to look at it is this. The fewer ingredients the bread has, the healthier it is for you.

When we are talking about brown bread, it is a fact amongst millions of health professionals that the white one is far less healthy for us.

In the next part, we are going to write down some of the more common types of bread. Then, under the photo’, you will see the average amounts of calories each one has. So please read carefully.

Then you will know how many calories in a slice of bread. Well, at least that one Lol.

The numbers represent the total average number of calories it contains. So how many calories in a slice of bread? Well, right below this, we list a lot of our favorite ones that we regularly eat.

How May Calories In This White Toasted Bread

These Are The The Calories  –

A Standard Slice Of White Breadfour delicious pieces of toasted white bread

Thin: 70.

Thick: 90.

 A Standard Slice Of Brown BreadA Delicious load of sliced brown bread

Average: 80.

 Ciabatta

A gorgeous piece of ciabatta

Slice: 50.

Baguette
three lovely French sticks

Slice: 40.

French Toast

lovely delicious French toast

Slice: 160.

Some Garlic Bread

fantastic garlic bread

Slice: 100.

Pitta Bread


Pita Bread With Salad

Pocket (50g) : 140.

 

 Some SourdoughA loaf of sour dough bread

Loaf Average Calories: 100-160

Tortillas
very nice, tortillas with a tradition tomato based salad filing

50g: 135.

 Some CroutonsCroutons Overfilling A Cup

Quarter Of A Cup: 45.

Hamburger Roll

A simple burger roll

Large: 215.

 Hot Cross BunLovely Hot Cross Buns

Medium: 150.

A Hot Dog RollA superb hot dog

Medium: 190.

English Muffin
2 Splendid Muffins

Average: 150.

Croissant

Fancy A Croissant?

Average: 188

 Crumpets4 Amazingly Tasty Crumpets

Standard: 65

So, you see, most of these kinds of bread are white.  Therefore, although they are low in calories, they are still wheat flour. And, do not offer you much in the way of nutritional value.

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So while you are doing any diet, we would avoid all of the above. Although, it is okay to eat the bread provided that you eat it in MODERATION. That is crucial to do.

So how many calories in a slice of bread? Well, now you should know. Because it does depend on what it is you choose to eat. We hope, with this, we have given you enough information you’ll be able to come to a better decision. And then you will roughly be aware of the amount you are eating.

You see, you need to get your diet under control. And then, all that you need to have is the other half of the puzzle so that your weight loss attempt can be a success.

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Please leave any comments or questions below, and I’ll reply within 24 hours

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4 thoughts on “How Many Calories In A Slice Of Bread

  1. Maja

    Hi Simon,
    Thank you for this very informative article. I love all sorts of bread and since here in France we eat a lot of cheese, the bread is almost inevitable. So it’s very hard to eat it with moderation. At least, now I know how to chose my bread, thanks to your great tips. 🙂
    Have a great day!
    Best wishes,
    Maja

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    1. Simon Watson Post author

      Great thank you for your very positive comment. I do try and help and DO feel that not a care is ever given to the amount of calories in bread so I thought that people should know.

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  2. Robert Basaker

    Simon, another great read. I grew up with my family/s owned bakery. We had probably 10 different types of bread including a couple of whole grain varieties but I never knew the calories, so you article was very informative. I also remember getting 40-100 lbs sacks of refined sugar delivered every week. That couldn’t have been too healthy? Always enjoy your tips on health. Keep up the great service to your readers.
    Bob the Baker

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    1. Simon Watson Post author

      Thanks very much for the comment it inspires me to do more of the same, knowing that I am being very helpful. I am really trying to bring knowledge of weight loss to the forefront. 🙂

      Reply

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