Muesli - Healthy extra B
Hope someone can help me out here..
i have bought Flahavans Hi 8 muesli and was hoping i could use it as my healthy extra B, but i cant seem to find anythign online.
Jordans i know have muesli and its a healthy extra b..
The composition of HI8 for 50g is:
|Calories ||180 ||Sodium ||0 mg |
|Total Fat ||3 g ||Potassium ||0 mg |
|Saturated ||1 g ||Total Carbs ||36 g |
|Polyunsaturated ||0 g ||Dietary Fiber ||3 g |
|Monounsaturated ||0 g ||Sugars ||10 g |
|Trans ||0 g ||Protein ||5 g |
|Cholesterol ||0 mg || |
|I see from another page that Jordans 50g is |
1 Serving=1 Serving/50g)
|Calories ||210 |
|Protein ||8 |
|Carbohydrate ||35.2 |
|Fat ||4.1 |
|Fibre ||4.2 |
|Alcohol ||0 || || |
Do you guys think this is ok for a 30g Portion to be a HEXB... AL help much appreciated
No there isnt enough fibre.
One of the the hex b rules is to be a hex b there has to be a certain amount of fibre and that has less then the Jordans muesli.
If it isnt online or in the book then it isnt a hex b - sorry
Thank you hun.. much appreciated
Ill just figure out now how much the syns are and evaluate if its worth keeping the bag!
Going by the info you've given it'd be 9 syns for 50g :) you can calculate things like this-with no free food allowance - using 1 syn for every 20 cals x hth
Originally Posted by Irishtweet
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Think ill be tossing the bag! thats v high for such a small bowl!
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