When you’re on the go, you probably don’t need to make the dreaded “bread for the office” — and if you do, you might want to avoid the flour.
A new study by University of Michigan researchers found that “baking bread for office use” may be a mistake.
The researchers also suggest that people should stick to using whole wheat flour for the first time.
The study, published in the journal Food Quality and Preference, found that the average person doesn’t need more than one bowl of bread per day.
But that may not be the case if you work at a fast food restaurant.
The average person needs to make five or six bowls of bread a day for their average of five to seven employees.
“We know that bread is really, really important in this day and age,” said Mary Kallman, a professor of food science and nutrition at the University of Chicago.
“You need to have bread that is full of nutrients, and that is good for the human body.
We don’t have bread in our home for example.”
Kallmann and her colleagues analyzed data from nearly 1,500 people who ate at fast food restaurants across the country between 2001 and 2011.
They found that more than half of the people who reported that they worked at a restaurant ate at least one bowl a day of bread.
But most of the participants did not use the same flour for their bread, and only a minority of them used whole wheat.
“A lot of people don’t realize how important it is,” Kallmant said.
“I think it is a big mistake to just make bread for the offices.”
The researchers found the most common reasons people didn’t use whole wheat bread were that they didn’t know what they were eating or didn’t like the texture of the bread.
“It’s really a matter of not knowing what you’re eating,” Kastner said.
Kastman’s group also found that people who worked at fast-food restaurants were less likely to have healthy lifestyles and were more likely to eat unhealthy foods.
The takeaway for people who work at fast dining restaurants is to make sure that they’re eating healthier food, and to limit the amount of whole wheat in their meals.
“Don’t rely on bread to make bread,” Kaste said.