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  1. faith08

    faith08 Full Member

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    i have no weighing scales at home but is one slice of low low cheese ok for ur he??:confused::confused:
     
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    faith08 Full Member

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    please help :(
     
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    It depends how thick the slice was cut. If it wasn't enough then you can't really class it as a HE and if it's too much you'd have to add syns to it. If I were you i would invest in a cheap set of kitchen scales. You are allowed 42g of reduced fat cheese, I'm guessing that a 'normal' slice of cheese wouldn't be 42g.
     
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    I think with normal cheddar, a 28g portion is the same as a match box. So as long as your slice was no bigger than that you should be ok.

    But if you mean the actual pre sliced cheese, 2 slices of that is a Hex A

    xx
     
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    Yes but low low is reduced fat cheese, so she can have 42g not 28g. 28g wouldn't be enough to class it as a HEA.

    If it's the processed slices then yes, 2 is a HEA.
     
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    Yes, but what I meant was, it's better to be under than go over the weight and then use extra syns.
     
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    I agree with that completely, much better to go under than over.

    I would still invest in a set of scales though so that you can make sure that you are getting the daily requirements for a balanced healthy diet. You'll also need it for cereal and other things too.
     
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    thanks :)
     
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    and you can grate it and put it into the freezer - so you don't feel tempted - great idea for saving money too when it's on the cheaper side maybe....................
     
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