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Newbie - Healthy extras -aldi rye crisp bread

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Hawaianbarbie, 19 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. Hawaianbarbie

    Hawaianbarbie Member

    Hi I've just joined this forum today and I'm going to my first class on Wednesday , I remember my friend telling me that I could have 4 aldi rye crisp breads with poached egg as my breakfast is this right ?

    But out I also had 4 bits of thin wafer ham on them also - is this wrong??

    I would appreciate any fb xx
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  3. Ruth234

    Ruth234 Full Member

    Hi there,

    that's correct - 4 aldi savour bakes rye crispbreads are a HEXB (you can only have 3 of the sesame seed ones)

    wafer ham is free so you can have an unlimited amount of ham (same with egg)

    Hope your first class goes well! x
  4. abisaurus

    abisaurus Silver Member

    The only thing I would say is while all of that is allowed there is no superfree element :) .x.
  5. Hawaianbarbie

    Hawaianbarbie Member

    Hi do I need super free foods with this? I was quite full up with above.
  6. Ruth234

    Ruth234 Full Member

    Good point Abi!

    SW recommend that you fill a 1/3 of your plate with superfree foods (most fresh/frozen fruit and veg apply) so it would be recommended to have lots of mushrooms/tomatoes with this or have some grapes afterwards.

    This will keep you fuller for longer and therefore you will eat less throughout the day - as well as contributing to your 5 a day!

    For breakfast I tend to have scrambled egg (made without milk), baked beans and mushrooms and a small handful of grapes
  7. abisaurus

    abisaurus Silver Member

    Yeah maybe instead of the ham opt for something like mushrooms with your egg or have a piece of fruit before/after.

    Ive just re-read your post and realised you havent been to your first class yet. Your consultant will explain the whole food ratio thing in your new member talk :) .x.x.

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