If you’re the betch who gets defensive about Gwyneth Paltrow’s $200 smoothie and sprinkles chia seeds on everything you eat, listen up, because the newest superfood sounds weird AF.
Last week, CNN reported that purple bread will soon be the newest health food on the market. If you thought you needed to replace all your bread with flax seed crackers, think again. Apparently, Singaporean scientists have invented bread made with cancer-fighting antioxidants and all-natural compounds, including anthocyanins—the antioxidant source found in grapes, blueberries, sweet potatoes, and other shit that's good for you. The super bread is proven to have a better digestion rate than white bread. It’s also purple.
Purple bread isn’t sold commercially yet, but we’re waiting on the verdict of when this carb-filled magic will hit the shelves. There’s a catch, though. Apparently a slice of purple bread will have the same amount of calories as white bread, so like, don’t plan on replacing your green juice for purple French toast every morning. However, because the energy release in purple bread is slower, it’ll keep you full longer than regular bread would, not that we would know.