Bread means carbs. I go straight to the Nutrition Label. The serving size is one slice. This is not absolute science, but it’s fairly close to the carb content. Frustrated, I started baking bread at home, all of it. Get a good bread knife, and you should be able to slice it really thin to keep the carbs down on a sandwich. Cheater Bread: I start with two cups of whole wheat flower. You’ll need to add gluten. I use two T.
I add one T rapid-rise yeast and about a half t. of salt. I use one cup unsweetened soy milk and add stevia to sweeten it a bit. I include about a T. of walnut oil. I kneed it in my bread machine, then take it out and work it with my hands, put it back into the machine and let it rise. Then I turn on the one-hour bake cycle. I can’t know how many carbs in one of my thin slices, but it has to be a lot less than commercial bread slices and, much better. If you haven’t baked bread, you just need to dive in and expeirment. Good luck.