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  1. clairex

    clairex Silver Member

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    I am panicing - I have just been told that to have 2 slices of wholemeal bread as a healthy extra, it must be the really small loaf? I just get and average loaf, and have 2 slices of wholemeal everyday almost for my healthy extra! am i doing this all wrong?! :(


    Someone gave my family a big tin of quality street last night - and its totm, where the chocolate cravings are at there peak. today is not going to be a good day!:(
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  3. Rachelina

    Rachelina Full Member

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    Hi Claire, yes I am afraid a b choice is 2 slices from a 400g wholemeal loaf which is the small loaf or 1 slice from a 800g loaf, however, if you have lost weight so far I wouldn't panic! at least you know now
     
  4. clairex

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    aahh nightmare!!

    I should learn to read things properly.

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    clairex Silver Member

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    oh and thank you for clearing it up!
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    I always get a standard size thin sliced loaf and it's done me no harm so far. I too have 2 slices per day
     
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    AdsNan Wants to be slim at 60

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    Unfortunately I'm one of those people who only have to look at bread and put on weight so I stay clear of it :eek:
     
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    and me, especially as what use is bread without a ton of butter on lol
     
  9. LittleMissCupcake

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    ditto!! Bread is my nemisis.
    I love it sooo much!
    Ive had to cut it out altogether so i dont get tempted!!!
     
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    me too, been eating the 400g loaf since starting but not made any difference to my weight loss, at target....:)
     
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    LadyHelen No Coffee, No Workee

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    Same here :( I only have it incredibly rarely now, and usually then when I'm misbehaving! My idea of heaven is white bread, toasted with lots of real butter on it... *sigh*
     
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