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Extra Easy - help needed!

#1
:confused: Hello everyone, this is my 3rd week and I've lost 4 pounds. I am struggling to get my head around the extra easy and would appreciate some help: I am away at the weekend and need to take a packed lunch.

If I have 2 pieces of brown/wholemeal bread this will count as a healthy extra. If I wanted another 2 pieces of bread how many syns would that be?

Also, can anyone suggest any other free/low syn foods I could take?

How many syns are in the following on extra easy day please:

Quavers crisps
Kitkat
Muller light yoghurt

Please don't think I am being lazy, I have the books but just don't fully understand it (maybe this is because I used to do weight watchers and am stil in that frame of mind)

Thank you in advance x
 
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malaika

Lover of Extra Easy
#2
Only wholemeal bread, not brown, can be used as a HEXb. 2 slices from a small 400g loaf. If you have more than 2 slices count 3 syns for a thin slice.

Quavers = 7.5 syns a packet
Kit Kat = 2 finger bar 5.5 syns
Muller light yogurt = free

You can take a salad and fruit with you.
Also have a look at the recipe section.
There are plenty of free and low syn items there.
Good luck.
 
#3
Thanks Malaika.
Those syn values you gave me, are those on the extra easy day? Gosh, I really do need to look at the books more closely as I didn't realise muller lights were free!

When I did slimming world years ago there was only ever red or green days.

Can you suggest any crisps that have a lower syn value please? Quavers were always low on weight watchers (i need to erase W.W, from my mind....)

Well done for achieving your goal weight x
 
#7
Brill thankyou - she must have been getting confused with the red day!!

I am liking the syn value in your quavers, haha, do you know any other crisps which have low syn values?

Also, I am a tomato sauce addict - do you know how many syns in a tablepsoon of tom sauce - I thought 2? I really need to get the books out....
 


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