Dave's Killer Bread Vs Ezekiel Bread: Which Is More Nutritious?

Dave's Killer Bread vs. Ezekiel Bread: which is more nutritious? Healthy bread has taken the nation by storm, offering a more nutritious way to eat your toast and sandwiches. These loaves range from seeded wheat breads to flourless sprouted loaves, all of them boasting health benefits not found in traditional white or sourdough bread. 

These two brands in particular are known for their nutritious loaves; Dave's Killer Bread and Food For Life products both offer up a wide variety of healthy sliced bread. Food For Life is especially known for its Ezekiel bread, which uses organic sprouted grains, which means they use the entire wheat kernel and not just part of it. This makes them easier to digest and higher in nutrients, including "protein, fiber, niacin, B6, and folate," says registered dietitian Theresa Shank of Philly Dietitian (via Philly Mag). Dave's Killer Bread is packed with whole grains, high in fiber, and uses natural sweeteners, making it a healthy choice as well.

Ezekiel Bread is chock-full of nutrients

When it comes to which of the two breads is more nutritious, it's probably Ezekiel Bread. For one, these slices contain all nine essential amino acids. "They're also bursting with nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and natural fiber with no added fat — none of their products include oils," says Katelan Glutz of OnPoint Nutrition (via Philly Mag). This bread is also naturally low in sugar and fat, plus it's made of food that ensures your body gets more nutrition out of every slice. It's no wonder dietitians and nutritionists rave about it! 

That's not to say Dave's Killer Bread isn't a healthy option, however. This is some of the better tasting organic and healthy bread on the market, plus they dish up a huge variety of options. You can opt for white, wheat, powerseed, English muffins, and even bagels. If you're looking to cut the carbs a little, they also offer some bread in a thin-sliced variety, which is perfect if you want to make a sandwich without eating a ton of bread. Either way, you'll still be getting a lot more fiber and nutrients with either of these breads than you would with traditional loaves!