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Who doesn't love bread?! But you might not love the lack of nutrition in a typical slice of your favorite bread. The Doctors share that a simple swap can help improve the nutrition of your next slice.
The panel tastes a bread made from cauliflower, eggs, and almond flour. Of our 3 hosts, 1 was a real fan of the bread alternative and suggests enjoying the cauliflower bread for breakfast, possibly with some jam or peanut butter.
The hosts note the cauliflower bread can help boost your daily intake of fiber and antioxidants.
Another comfort food favorite that most everybody loves is pizza and The Doctors share a unique twist on the Italian classic that uses sweet potatoes to help increase the food's nutrition. Find out more in the video above!