Help - does Marigold Bouillon have to be a yeast-free type?

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  1. Daisydee

    Daisydee FAT CELLS HAVE MEMORY!!!

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    Hi there

    Just bought some Marigold Bouillon Organic today but I see that it contains yeast. Is this OK as not absolutely identical to LL savoury packs? I don't want to interfere with ketosis.

    Daisydee x:confused:
     
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    many people use the marigold as it is a cheaper option, I have he grren one with orange lid, they are tasty and hasnt interferred with any weight loss. hope that helps x
     
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    here are the details of the green/orange yeast/gluten free one - compare it with yours and see if there is a significant diff in carbs, salt and calories (per 100g)

    Eng 243 cal
    Protein 10.5g
    Carb 29.4g
    of which sugar 8.4g
    Fat 8.1g
    of which saturates 4.0g
    Fibre 0.7g
    Sodium 17.6g
     
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