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800g bread loaf

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  1. ickleladynat

    ickleladynat Full Member

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    Hi all,

    I know you can have x2 slices of bread from a 400g load as a Healthy extra. but what about an 800g loaf?

    Can anyone help.

    Thanks x
     
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  3. sm1ler

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    it works out at about 1 and a half slices but u can look on the pack and see how much each slice weighs coz it varies by brand and thickness, u can have 57g from any loaf.
    HTH.
     
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    SpaceAngel I ate my willpower!

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    We weighed 2 slices of bread from a 800g loaf and it weighed nearly the same as 2 from a 400g. I know a lady in my class always has 2 from the bigger loaf and it hasn't affected her loses.
     
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    Thanks for the help. I can't really see it weighed that much more like. I think I'll just use it as it's the only bread in the house and no point wasting it. lol.

    xx
     
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    We had this one a bit ago, and unfortunately I cant remember the outcome..... but I do recall it getting very confusing! I personally would say a slice of bread is a slice of bread (but thats coming from someone who lost three stone in six months not weighing a thing including cheese, milk, cereal etc!) x
     
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    i guess while it isnt affecting weight loss then carry on!!!
     
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    I wouldn't mind losing 3 stone in 6 months. I think i'm just going to stick to bread being bread unless it's like greggs bread or something ha ha. Thanks hun xx
     
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    I weighed quite a bit more than you to start with though hun, but it can be done - and I found it very easy, the same cant be said for me at the minute...... but Im back on track! Dont wanna put a dampner on it but I cut out bread 100% for the first 4 or 5 months ish (altho I know others obv havent) but I just felt it was one of my weaknesses and had played a part in my weight gain xxx
     
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    A loaf of bread is a loaf of bread. The only difference is how many slices it has. An 800g loaf just tends to be bigger than a 400g one. I always get the 800g one and have 2 slices
     
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