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Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by mag104, 7 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. mag104

    mag104 Well-Known Member

    I am doing EE so only have one HEb choice. I use Asda wholemeal bread now as one slice only weighs around 22g. Can I have sultana bran as well, as the bread is not the ful 60g allowed and if so how much please :)
     
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  3. eejayess

    eejayess Well-Known Member

    Hi, I sometimes split my extras and have 50% bread and one hifi bar. Not sure if this is technically aloud but so far it has not done any harm. Even though the bread is 22g I would count it as half of your daily allowance, to be on the safe side.
     
  4. mag104

    mag104 Well-Known Member

    Many thanks for your reply Emma x :)
     
  5. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

    I often do this, for some people it works others find splitting hexs doesn't work.

    So 22grms of bread = 36.33% of hexb therefore you still have 63.67% of a hexb to use, in your case sultana bran, is it 30grms for hexb? if so I work it out at 19.10grms of hexb to make a full hexb.

    Does that make sense? if not let me know & I'll try & explain differently ;)
     
  6. mag104

    mag104 Well-Known Member

    Makes perfect sense Michelle many thanks for your reply x :)
     

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