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splitting HEa

#1
hi there

now im sure this isnt really allowed but theres no harm in trying.....

i love laughing cow light but i cannot manage 6 as HEa, also i like milk in my tea but never have 250ml in a day as i have toast and jam in the morning.but instead of having 6 laughing c l's could i have 3 and then half my milk allowance, instead of synning my milk?
 
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#2
It doesnt work like that Im afraid Huni, you have to have the one or the other. What about 1oz grated cheese instead of the triangles? Its less to eat!
 
#3
I think (hope!) you can- would like to know as I do this- who can eat 6 triangles!? Not me! I've split a's in the past, different cheeses, half milk and 1 dairylea or 1 babybel etc. hope it's ok to- haven't gained so it must not be too bad!
 
#5
I do it with my As and Bs and it's never affected me. I'll sometimes have 1 small slice of bread and 1 Alpen light, or 1/2 milk and 1/2 cheese. I very rarely could eat 28g of grated parmesan so frequently would split parmesan/milk or parmesan/other cheese.

I don't see why not as you're still getting the total calcium or fibre.

But officially, it's not allowed! :rolleyes:
 
#6
I checked this on the FAQ on bodyoptimise and it says it is fine to split Hex and have 1/2 of each as long as it is a single item Hex and not something mixed like 1 weetabix and 1 scan bran.
 
#7
I checked this on the FAQ on bodyoptimise and it says it is fine to split Hex and have 1/2 of each as long as it is a single item Hex and not something mixed like 1 weetabix and 1 scan bran.
Cool! I had no idea!
 
#11
I split my hexs on occasion. For example 1 weetabix and 1 Alpen light bar. And I use milk for my coffee during the day but never all of the hexA milk allowance so sometimes have 2 laughing cow triangle light as half hexA.
My swc said it's not really supported by SW but as long as there is a loss it's fine. It's up to the individual really :)
B. xx
 


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