Not all PB&J sandwiches were created nutritionally equal. It all depends on the quality of the ingredients that you use.
If you use white bread, corn syrup-filled peanut butter and refined sugar-filled jelly, the result would be a sandwich that will skyrocket your blood sugar, promotes fat storage and leaves you feeling hungry a short time later.
However, if you make this recipe...
...with sprouted grain bread, true peanut butter made from one ingredient: peanuts, and fruit preserves that are naturally sweetened with fruit juice rather than sugar, then the result would be a nutritionally dense food that would promote stable blood sugar levels and provide you with hours of sustained energy.
Here’s what you need…
Nutritional Analysis: One serving equals: 380 calories, 8.7g fat, 53g carbohydrate, 9g fiber, and 13.2g protein.
I hope that you get a chance to give this recipe a try. Remember, in your kitchen you can create anything you would like. Use this recipe as a template and if you want, add flavors you like or subtract things you dislike. If you like a recipe, play around with the ingredients and amounts and make it yours! I’m only a call or email away to assist you in all things fitness.
Dedicated To Making Healthy Your Habit!
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