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I am a newbie. I have joined this site as I've decided to loose the weight, and since I gave up drinking and took up baking, now seemed like a good time!
I like making breakfast muffins, crumpets et. If I replace the processed white flour for wholemeal, get rid of as much of sugar and fat as possible, and keep the weight within the limit (60g), can I use what I make as a healthy B option? If not, what's the equation? I am pretty much doing it anyway, but it'd be good to know.
Last edited by Murungu : 23rd January, 2013 at 09:49 AM
As per your other post:
There are some requirements to be a healthy extra B - the item needs to be below a certain number of calories, and above a certain level of fibre etc...
The amount of fibre and calories in 60g of crumpet may or may not be equivalent to 60g of bread - its very hard to determine.
For obvious commercial reasons SW don't make this formula/equation public
If you wish to make a "tweak" that's up to you but the only way you'll know if it's actually "equivalent" is to contact SW.
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Thanks for your hints, as per other post, they were most helpful in working out the formula.
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