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Philidelphia Extra Light - HE??

#2
According to the online food diary triangles are the only type of soft cheese allowed as an HE
 
#3
[FONT=&quot]Obviously, because I have an old book and there 82 g extra light soft cheese is a HE, but in the last book is disappeared[/FONT]
 

squiddie

Starting Again!
#4
I have the 2008 book and work off that and in that version of the book you can have varying amounts of soft cheese depending on the fat quanity (normal, light, extra light). I still have follow the 2008 book and it hasn't effected my weight loss.

Bear in mind that it was never available as a HExA on either plan as there isn't a lot of calcium in soft cheese :)
 

squiddie

Starting Again!
#6
Yeah it's in my 2008 food optimising book, as a HexB for the Green plan not the red. You could have 42g soft cheese (normal, full fat) 57g medium fat soft cheese (light) and 85g low fat soft cheese (extra light)
 

judimac

Mad old Bat with Attitude
#8
GOOD NEWS!

According to the July magazine, Philly light basil 57g is a HEB on green! So I've been using the garlic one as the same.
 

Circes

Strutting her stuff
#9
Yes according to the website you can have:

57g Philidelphia Light, all varieties
85g Philidelphia Extra Light

as a HEB on a GREEN or EE day.
 
#11
Yeah, I was looking under HEA as well :eek:
 
#12
You would think it being dairy it would be under HEXA. Does that include the yummy garlic one? :D
 

Roch

Minimins gal x
#15
Yeah it's in my 2008 food optimising book, as a HexB for the Green plan not the red. You could have 42g soft cheese (normal, full fat) 57g medium fat soft cheese (light) and 85g low fat soft cheese (extra light)

Ty for that info nat was just going to post bout philly lol.
Looked on the site but cant find it at all.
Does the same go for philly light with chives and also do u know how many syns it is thanks luv Roch xx
 
#17
Oh YAY!!!! I am soo pleased it a HEB on a green. I LOVE the garlic one soooo much! :D
 
#19
Just to say that I'm so pleased (NOT really the right word) that I'm not the only one who gets totally confused and goes round and round in circles!

Thanks to everyone who has posted here - a VERY useful thread.
 


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