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Healthy extra b??

ginlin

Better to Drink your Syns
#2
I'm sure chocolate ready brek is not a HEXB, but if you do a search, I'm sure there was a thread on it.
 
#5
ginlin said:
I can't find it either, sorry, but I'm sure it's too good to be true that it is a HEXB:cry:
Lol yeah probably! Although the choc weetabix are a HEB! So u never know!! * bit of wishful thinking!!*

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ginlin

Better to Drink your Syns
#11
I've checked the sw website today and I cant find th chocolate one as hex b

I can't find it on the SW website either, but it is listed in the SW Free branded foods 2011 book, as an Healthy Extra 'b' choice:

28g Ready Brek, Chocolate/Honey, dried, and 1 Oat/Scan Bran

28 g Ready Brek, Original, dried and 1 Ryvita Dark Rye/Original/Sesame
 

Roziee

Gold Member
#12
ginlin said:
I can't find it on the SW website either, but it is listed in the SW Free branded foods 2011 book, as an Healthy Extra 'b' choice:

28g Ready Brek, Chocolate/Honey, dried, and 1 Oat/Scan Bran

28 g Ready Brek, Original, dried and 1 Ryvita Dark Rye/Original/Sesame
Yeah I see the original ready break on the sw website but not the chocolate one..

Can you have a ryvita instead of he oat/scan bran?
 

ginlin

Better to Drink your Syns
#13
Yeah I see the original ready break on the sw website but not the chocolate one..

Can you have a ryvita instead of he oat/scan bran?
Ryvita doesn't have as much fibre as oat/scan bran, but I suppose it's up to you whether you want to stick rigidly to the plan or not. Personally, I can't see it as a problem using the Ryvita, as I have done so.
 
#14
just in case there were still some interest in this topic, i have just started having ready brek for my healthy b and 25g of ready brek, any flavour including chocolate and 1 ryvita darkrye/original/sesame fits the bill...so chuffed with this news.:)
 
#16
What weight of nuts can I have as a HExB? Assuming they aren't honey roasted, or dipped in chocolate! Crushed nuts on fruit with yogurt is great for breakfast, and I just want to make sure I'm not barking up the wrong tree. The weights falling off so I imagine its right, but I just want to be sure.


Please can someone let me know. It's kind of the last piece of the puzzle.
 


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