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Best and worst breakfast sandwiches

By Kerri-Ann Jennings, March 16, 2012 - 1:10pm

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Kerri-Ann asks: What's your favorite breakfast sandwich?

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Actually you missed Panera's Sprouted Grain breads - their roll or bagel flats are far more healthier than any of the breads mentioned above. Sprouted grain is the kind of wheat our ancestors ate before we started grinding it down to a fine powder that we eat today. Most of the breads mentioned above are refined grains that will surely spike your blood sugar before you can say boo. It is a requisite of healthy eating to know how many grams of carbohydrates there are in these sandwiches - and what kind of carbs they are, as they're an essential health - or not so healthy - item that needs to be factored in, in order to make a truly healthy choice. And that's just the bread. When you start to include the egg, meat and cheese, it can alter the impact of your carbs as well.

Anonymous

12/14/2014 - 11:11am

Your information about the Starbucks Reduced-Fat Turkey Bacon Breakfast Sandwich is wrong: it does NOT have 320 calories. It has 230 calories. Big difference.

Anonymous

11/01/2014 - 2:40pm

Bojangles ham biscuit.

Anonymous

05/30/2014 - 7:12am

Omg I eat all the wrong things >.<

Anonymous

05/22/2014 - 1:42pm

sausage buiscuit

Anonymous

03/09/2014 - 8:03am

Oh no! I love the starbucks sausage n cheddar.. thanks for the info! Switching to the more delicious spinach wrap from now on!

Anonymous

03/04/2014 - 9:10pm

I like the biscuits at Mcdonalds. So I just get the biscuit by itself, take it home and add my own healthier goodies. I make a healthy egg substitute , add soy american cheese, ( only using low fat spray butter), then top it off with some good tasting, lowfat soy sausage. Is that okay, or not? Thanks. jan

Anonymous

08/06/2013 - 11:20am

Chicken soup

Anonymous

02/17/2013 - 4:34pm

basically sausage is unhealthy

Anonymous

02/11/2013 - 11:25pm

Saussage biscuit and egg

Anonymous

02/01/2013 - 9:53am

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