What is The Paleo Bread?

Paleo Bread is a breakthrough! You thought bread wasn’t allowed on the Paleo Diet, right?  Guess again!  Julian Bakery has created a formula consisting of Paleo-friendly ingredients that still conforms to the Paleo Diet. It is gluten free, yeast free, dairy free, wheat free, starch free*, soy free, grain free bread.  OK, so that’s what it’s not, but what it is: high in protein, high in fiber, low carb, and low in calories.  Best of all, it tastes great too.  There are two different varieties to choose from: one made with organic coconut flour* (this is the starch free variety), and one almond flour loaf.  The Paleo Bread was designed to accommodate those who subscribe to the Paleo Diet, or simply for those who care about their carb intake and watch their calories.

The Paleo Bread in numbers:

Almond Flour variety (one slice)

  • 100 calories
  • 8 grams of (healthy) fat from almonds
  • 9 grams of protein
  • 5 grams of fiber

Organic Coconut Flour variety (one slice)

  • 40 calories
  • 1 gram of fat
  • 6 grams of fiber
  • 5 grams of protein

 NATURAL FOODS = GOOD; PROCESSED FOODS = BAD.  Now I’m even talking like a caveman.  But really, maintaining a healthy diet is not rocket science, it’s actually quite simple, really.  Eat foods that exist with or without humans, that’s what the Paleo Diet’s all about.  When we get involved, that’s usually where complications occur.  What I mean by ‘complications’ is adulteration; adding, modifying, interfering with a naturally existing thing and making it impure. 

The Paleo Bread makes it possible for us to stick to our diet of choice while enjoying something that otherwise would not be compatible with our dietary needs.

  • Stephan

    Love it. Gonna order some soon!

    • http://twitter.com/AskLeahRenee Ask Leah Renee

      It’s amazing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/hecrec174 Hector Fernandez

    Quick question. How long can this store for? i wanted to buy in bulk and keep in my cupboard?

    • http://twitter.com/AskLeahRenee Ask Leah Renee

      I find that freezing the bread is the best way to go. It stores best for 3 months at a time, or you may find it’s OK going longer. Make sure to separate the slices a little before freezing–otherwise you may end up with more pieces than you would like at one time! I hope that helps. Enjoy!