Bread has a bad reputation for being unhealthy, and it is not easy to cut out of your diet. Whether you need it for a quick breakfast or to build an awesome sandwich at lunch time, this carb is all around us. While some breads are best to avoid, you don't need to cut bread out of your diet entirely. We gathered a list of the best and worst breads, based on calorie information provided by the USDA, to help you make better bread decisions. 

Check out the slideshow above to find the seven best and seven worst kinds of bread for you. Then check out 12 Ways To Look Thinner In Your Swimsuit by our friends at StyleList! 

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