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Healthy extra's question....

S: 10st0lb C: 9st9lb G: 9st0lb BMI: 22.5 Loss: 0st5lb(3.57%)
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#2
There's a more extensive list on the website, but they're pretty much just variations in brands to the ones listed.

The reason Healthy Extras are chosen is if they offer extra fibre, calcium, protein etc. Other things that may seem like they should be healthy extras might not offer the same nutritional benefits and that's why they're not listed.

Was there anything in particular you were wondering about?
 

Taz

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S: 17st12lb C: 12st4lb G: 10st10lb BMI: 27.3 Loss: 5st8lb(31.2%)
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No there are loads more than just what is in the book. Were you thinking of something specific? You can find them all on the website
 
S: 10st0lb C: 9st9lb G: 9st0lb BMI: 22.5 Loss: 0st5lb(3.57%)
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Ahh thx, I just looked on the website, I was wondering about jacket potatos on a red day, and I can have one as a healthy extra (B) I take it this is any size jacket potato? its a shame that sweet potato cant be a healthy extra on a red day :(
 
S: 18st1.6lb G: 10st10lb
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Jacket spud has to be weighed out - 227g raw weight including skin.
 
S: 16st13lb C: 16st7lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 42.2 Loss: 0st6lb(2.53%)
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In the 2009 food directory there is a little HE box on the left of the item indicating it can be used as a HEX but these are normally just varients on whats already in the list in your food optimising book!
 


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