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S: 15st2.5lb C: 11st12lb G: 10st2.5lb BMI: 29.4 Loss: 3st4.5lb(21.88%)
#4
Speaking of yogurts, are the danone activia fat free snackpot yogurts syn free? Many thanks
Maj :)
 
C: 11st10lb G: 10st10lb BMI: 27.3
#6
They would not be 8 syns as you could use a free food allowance of yogurt and the calories to work it out (they would still have a syn value but it would be less) you would need the nutritional value and the syns calculator online
 
S: 27st8.5lb C: 17st3lb G: 16st7.5lb BMI: 36.6 Loss: 10st5.5lb(37.65%)
#7
Derbynanny is right, the yoghurt can be used as free food

That makes them:

Tropical Fruit Granola: 4 Syns per package/portion
Strawberry Granola: 4 Syns per package/portion
Raspberry & Cranberry Granola: 4 Syns per package/portion
 
S: 18st5.5lb C: 11st2lb G: 11st1lb BMI: 24.4 Loss: 7st3.5lb(39.42%)
#8
But the yoghurt is not virtually fat free therefore not a free food. So surely you can't then apply a free food allowance for it?
 
C: 11st10lb G: 10st10lb BMI: 27.3
S: 27st8.5lb C: 17st3lb G: 16st7.5lb BMI: 36.6 Loss: 10st5.5lb(37.65%)
#10
But the yoghurt is not virtually fat free therefore not a free food. So surely you can't then apply a free food allowance for it?
Yes you can because the calculator accounts for any fat that is in the yoghurt. It knows that only FAT FREE yoghurt is free - so *any* fat included in the calculation counts towards the syns.

Thats why it only lists "yoghurt" and not "fat free yoghurt" in the Free food drop down menu selection.


It bamboozled me at first too but its obvious when you think about it.
 


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