Wholemeal, wholegrain and wholewheat....?
Wholemeal, wholegrain and wholewheat describes bread that are made using unrefined “wholegrain” flour.
Whole wheat means that the bread is made from the entire wheat kernel.
Wholegrain means the bread was made using the entire kernel, which offers the most nutritional value.
Whole grain means that the bread can be made of any whole-grain kernel. That grain may be wheat or it could be another grain like spelt, oats, or barley.
Wholegrains are healthy because they are rich in antioxidants bound with B vitamins (thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folate) and minerals (calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and selenium, protein and fibre.
Recommendations? Get bread that uses a mix of wholegrains, such as barley, rolled oats, millet or rye. Rye bread is excellent for digestion and helps prevent constipation.