Our expert says:
Albany have developed a technique of baking bread with a white colour that contains all the dietary fibre and nutrients found in brown bread known as "The Best of Both". From what you say, Albany have now also brought out a low-GI bread that has low-GI properties but is white in appearance. They have probably lowered the GI of the bread by adding fibre and/or soy proteins, so you can certainly use it on a low-GI diet.
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