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Food Doctor Crackers

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#2
if the specs are comparable.. ( ie roughly same amount of fiber and fat and so on.. ), then I don't see why you couldn't...

surely there must be "generic" HeB's listed?
 
#3
Yeah know what u mean, having a generic list would be handy. To me, surely 2 of these crackers would be healthier than say 2 slices of ww bread as per cracker they are 49 calories, 0.33 fat, fibre 2.42, carb 10.37, protein 3.76, ingredients are: wholewheat spelt flour and water, no yeast, sugar or salt. What do u think, worth a try? xx
 

Circes

Strutting her stuff
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To be honest that doesn't sound like enough fibre to count as a HEB - not when you compare it to say an Alpen light where you get 9 to 10g of fibre for the two bars. To get that much fibre from the crackers you would need to eat 4 of them or 10 syns worth
 
#5
Actually circles, you're right...can't believe they don't have more fibre. Good intentions thinking that the "high fibre" on the label would suffice. Ok back on the hunt for other alternatives :) xx
 
#6
Joy oh joy!!! I found a health store here! I am easily pleased lol. They have lots of goodies! The only crisp bread I can see are Finn Crisp things :) are these allowed as a HEX?? xx
 
#8
ooooohhh completely missed these in my book!!! I can have 6 thin crisps or 3 organic/original rye. Seriously can't wait to go get these tmrw while out on my power walk :D thank you!!!

(I really do need to get out more) :D
 
#10
Just had one with a lcel and actually it was very tasty. Sort of thin and crunchy but with a nice light rye flavour. Yum, shall be having my other 2 tonight as a wee snack :) xx
 
#11
Maximus - just a wee update, I have had a week of these and they taste like dog biscuits, sh*t and cardboard mixed together (or what I imagine that would taste like) :D I will definitely stick with ryvita which really are much more appetising :) xx
 


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