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Don't eat healthy extras - can I have more syns?

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by HealthKickFin, 6 July 2014 Social URL.

  1. HealthKickFin

    HealthKickFin Full Member

    Just wondering.......

    thanks :) :)
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  3. Elvisfan4life

    Elvisfan4life Silver Member

    I think you are meant to have them?
  4. becki2009

    becki2009 Gold Member

    No. Healthy extras are there for a reason. Fibre and calcium help us lose weight apparently!
  5. Elvisfan4life

    Elvisfan4life Silver Member

    Thats why i eat the bars there is nothing else i fancy as a HEB and i have cheese triangles for my A for the same reason...im sure you will find something you can have
  6. HealthKickFin

    HealthKickFin Full Member

    Thanks :) yeah I tent to stick the babybel and alpen bars but I just wondered if you could replace them with syns.
  7. beccaharrison89

    beccaharrison89 Gold Member

    I couldn't live without my hexs need my daily fix if bread:)

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  8. NotsofattyPatty

    NotsofattyPatty Gold Member

    The HExs are just that - extras which make sure you're getting certain nutriments. If you're sure you are getting all you need from your diet eg eating lots of yogurts or cottage cheese for example so that not having cheese or milk is not leaving you short of calcium, then yes, you can skip them but you can't replace them with different Synned items. I'm sure you can appreciate that it's not exactly healthy to replace wholemeal bread with crisps! (Not that I'm suggesting you would do this, but some people might if it were allowed).

    Have another look at the lists. The B choices include, amongst other things, cooked and dried fuits, olives and extra virgin olive oil (which could be used instead of Frylight) as well as cereals, bread and crispbreads.

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