What type of tortilla wraps?

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    What type of tortilla wraps?


    Man, here lately I've had a thing for putting all kinds of food in tortilla wraps. Chicken, fish, beans, rice, hot sauce, whatever. My question is what's the healthiest wrap? I've been getting the wraps from SAMs club, 20 to a pack and about 5" in diameter. Let me know what everyone thinks!
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    flatout wraps
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    Any type? What's the difference in breads? Macro's aren't much different...
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    they are all about the same. i use the flax or italian
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    Thanks! I'm gonna keep using them. Any advantages over bread?
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    I've been using gluten free wraps. I believe they're made from brown rice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpm57 View Post
    . My question is what's the healthiest wrap?
    Thanks!!!
    Ezekiel tortilla wraps by Food For Life are the most healthy, you can get them at Whole Foods, Trader Joes, your local health food store. They are sprouted so you will need to keep them in the fridge or freezer for long term.
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