Confused re: Pitta Breads HEB.

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  1. minn_82

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    For those of you on Facebook... im puzzled!

    Ive just seen that my friend, who has recently joined SW has left a message on the Slimming World Group that she texted her consultant today about the Asda Pitta's - HEB, and her consultant has said any brand under 57g is a HEB. A few people have replied to this and another person has said that its true.

    Has anyone elses consultant said the same?
     
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    If all pitta breads under 57g were a HEb, it would of said so in the books and not had just Asda ones. So with that in mind, I would still say it is only the Asda ones.
     
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    pizzle84 I will do this!!!

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    As far as i was told its only the asda one thats a HEXB because of the amount of fibre in them is higher than others.
     
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    Laddiesboy I ♥ Slimming World :)

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    1 wholemeal pitta bread from Asda (comes in a 6-pack) is a HEb.

    No other pitta bread qualifies according to the SW website.

    I would trust that, too many SWCs seem to live in a world of their own these days lol.
     
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    Cheers guys, its just as I thought myself. I just wondered if maybe I had missed something :)
     
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    My Consultant said on Wednesday it is only Asda ones.
     
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    I saw this post and was a bit confused too! It says on BO 57g of wholemeal (except pitta bread) but I've just scrolled right to the bottom and it does say Asda 6pack pitta bread 1 from it as a HEB. Good to know!

    Wendy
     
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    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

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    Definitely only Asda Wholemeal ones - they are really nice though.
     
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    I suppose this is the exact reason that SW themselves don't have a forum; conflicting, although well meaning, information being presented as fact.
     
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    Circes Strutting her stuff

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    They used to have their own, very good, forum and closed it down for this very reason.
     
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    ah, makes sense
     
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