Bread

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  1. *angela*

    *angela* Silver Member

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    morning ladies, wee bit of advice please...

    Ive been having an Alpen light bar as my HEXB since i started sw almost 2 weeks ago but it was suggested that i vary this.

    What would be the best type of bread loaf to buy... Or maybe it doesnt matter as long as its wholemeal? Ideas?

    Thanks in advance for any help x
     
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  3. Illa

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    sourdough and organic that would be my choice. If you choose whole bread then you have to go organic otherwise you'll eat too many pesticides.
     
  4. Mrs.S.

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    As long as it's the small (400g) loaf size and not a standard then any should be fine.

    I like hovis and lots of people on here use weight watchers.

    Hth x
     
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    The 400g hovis is my fav also prefer it to WW and nimble bread tbh
     
  6. kingleds

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    Me too. The WW one is like air & has no substance.
     
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    I find that somehow a wholemeal breadroll seems denser and more filling than wholemeal bread. I know that tesco healthy living ones definitely count as a HEB, but any sort should be fine, just pop it on your scales and check its no bigger than 57g. You also need to make sure that you pick WHOLEMEAL - should be made with WHOLE grain flour - wheat flour or granary doesnt count - and seeded bread will mean syns.

    You do get to have 3 slices of WW brown danish (not malted) - but it does pretty much taste like air. Hovis or warburtons is a bit tastier, but only 2 slices.
     
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    I go for 2 slices warburtons wholemeal from 400g loaf. X
     
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    I use the following as my B:

    4 Ryvita Originals
    2 Slices Hovis WM bread
    1 Hi Fi bar

    I swap them around all the time.
     
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    good advice i'm new here as well xx
     
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    I use the following as my hebs and as above, mix them up

    Porridge
    Scanbran
    All bran
    Warburtons small load bread
    Hifi bar
    Bran flakes
    Wm roll ( can't find any that are exactly 57g so end up using a couple of syns
    WM pitta bread
     
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