In spite of common belief, bread is not only not fattening, but it also helps you to watch your weight, you only need to find the one that best suits you, and Panusa has got it.

SAccording to recent studies, people who eat three or more rations of food containing wholemeal cereals, have between 20% and 30% less chance of suffering cardiovascular diseases than people who each less quantity.

Varieties recommended by Panusa:

Wholemeal bread: Provides vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and above all fibre, which regulates intestinal transit and has a sating effect.

Spelt Bread: With 80% spelt flour providing more carbohydrates, minerals, proteins, fibre and vitamins B1 and B2 than wheat flour.

Very tasty, easily digestible bread with high nutritional value.

Green Fibre Bread: The ideal bread for constipation, rich in fibre from cereals and vegetables, helping to regulate intestinal transit.

Rye Bread: Dark, strong tasting bread, with a much higher fibre content, mildly purgative with a sating effect.

Corn Bread: This is highly nutritional bread with corn flour that does not contain cholesterol and therefore eating this bread helps to keep your cholesterol level down, which is beneficial for our circulation and heart.

7 Cereals Bread: Delicious, highly nutritional bread. The seeds on the crust and inside the bread provide vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids and fibre.

Heart Bread: Coated with delicious cereals and chia seeds, which has antioxidant properties, rich in vegetable fibre and Omega 3 fatty acids.

Discover these and many more delicious, healthy bread in the wide Panusa assortment.

How many slices a day?

The World Health Organisation recommends daily intake of 250 g per person, which is the same as 8 slices of bread a day cut to the thickness of a finger.