Muscle Food Dr Zak’s High Protein Wholemeal Bread

Bread is one of those little cheat day treats that I can never resist, from spending my entire childhood having sandwiches in packed lunch to enjoying a slice of cheese on toast at the weekend, there’s something familiar and homely about bread, although it’s low protein, high fat and ridiculous carbohydrate content hardly make it healthy. Thankfully Muscle Food have put bread back on the menu with this delicious protein loaf.

Muscle Food Dr Zak's High Protein Wholemeal Bread

Muscle Food Dr Zak’s High Protein Wholemeal Bread

Created by Jay Cutler a two times Classic Champion bodybuilder and his team of expert nutritionalists, each loaf is baked freshly in Britain with wholemeal flour, pea protein and wheat protein, making a two slice serving worth a whopping 30.4g of protein to keep you fuller for longer.

Each loaf contains a minimum of fourteen medium cut slices which stay fresh for eight days or can be frozen for up to three months, yet rather than tasting of cardboard or dust like other health-conscious alternatives this bread is light, fluffy and absolutely delicious. I find that eating toast brings me more satisfaction than a sandwich, perhaps because of the crunch and texture when its toasted. Eating it warm with its thin but firm crust and creamy crunchy seeds throughout is simply divine. I love dipping it in olive oil and balsamic vinegar as a snack, or with baked beans or grilled cheese for a meal.

Compared to the cost of regular supermarket bread, this protein loaf is more expensive but its health benefits are well worth the difference. And priced at just 43p per 121g serving it actually works out as pretty cost effective compared to a protein shake or bar. It all depends on what foods you enjoy eating in order to get your daily protein intake, and thanks to Muscle Food bread doesn’t have to be reserved for cheat days anymore.

I also have some exciting discount codes you can use too: Enter KISS1 at the checkout to get FREE chicken in your order.

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Tracy Kiss

Social influencer, Bodybuilder, Mother, Vegan
London, UK

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