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  1. Kirstyd22

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    Hi was just wondering the syn value of a slice of marks and spencer thick sliced White danish loaf 400g! Also are 2 slices counted as a heb?

    Thanks in advance! :)
     
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    No it's not a HEX and as it isn't wholemeal it will be 1 syn per 20 calories.
     
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    Ooh crap I had 2 thinking they Wer the same as the White Danish from tesco as its classed as a heb so my c said! It's really yummy knew it'd b too goo to b true!
     
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    Tesco? The only white bread that is a HEX is Nimble as far as I know. I think some gluten free ones might be too but Ive never used them.

    If the particular brand is not listed as a HEX you get 57g of wholemeal bread only, no other type of bread counts as a HEX.

    Not to worry, its only a one off :)
     
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    Here, this is every bread that you can use as a HEXB. If it's not on the list, it's not a HEXB.

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    Ooh right I probs heard the c wrong lol thanks for that list was great now I know wat I have to look out for, great help!! :)
     
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