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Glenisk low fat natural yogurt please help..

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by Madison, 5 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. Madison

    Madison Full Member

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    Hi folk,
    I'm hoping someone can help me with this. I love Glenisk Natural Low fat yogurt. I usually buy a pack of 4 at 125g per pot. When trying to work out the Syn values using the 20cal approx per syn way Im coming up with about 5 sysn per pot. Waste of 5 syns for yogurt in my opinion. I asked my pal in work to check it on the SW site and it came up with a value of a half a syn per pot. Totally confused now. Really don't want to be sabotagin my weight loss so would love if someone could help me out. I much prefer the low fat compared to the fat free. Will change to fat free if I must booboo......many thanks in advance xx
     
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  3. bubbalicious

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    Found this online....so go with this.

    Glenisk, Organic Low Fat Yogurt Natural , 125g pot = 0.5 syn
     
  4. Madison

    Madison Full Member

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    Thanks for your reply Bubbalicious. I will go with that as it's the same as my pal found. It seemed crazy values working it out calorie wise. Thanks again. x
     
  5. lickthelid

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    That's because the 1:20 rule doesn't take account of free food allowance.
     
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