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chunky-monkey77

i seriously swear i am up 2 no good !
S: 15st0lb C: 12st10lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 29.6 Loss: 2st4lb(15.24%)
#3
i think so on ww it had the points of skimmed and the taste of semi . am maybe going to have milk on cereal instead of youghurt as am going through far 2 many muller lights
 

jaylou

Gold Member
#7
It's not listed on the SW website, it doesn't recognise that brand. I'd go by the fat value, if it's 1% then it's skimmed.
 

chunky-monkey77

i seriously swear i am up 2 no good !
S: 15st0lb C: 12st10lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 29.6 Loss: 2st4lb(15.24%)
#8
thanks jaylou and starlight i dont know what i would do without you and this website am totally addicted night night xxx
 

kazpeza

Silver Member
S: 11st0lb C: 9st7lb G: 9st7lb BMI: 21.5 Loss: 1st7lb(13.64%)
#9
no its under robert wiseman and its listed in the healthy extras as the same values as semi skimmed not skimmed so can only have 250 ml for a hea not 350 ml
 

squiddie

Getting fit for 30!
S: 25st5lb C: 25st5lb G: 11st1lb BMI: 54 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#10
If you are talking about this...,



...then when I was at group I asked my consultant and she said it can be counted as Skimmed, as it has a low fat content. Mind you this was about 2 years ago...
 

Circes

Strutting her stuff
S: 17st12lb C: 10st7lb BMI: 22.3 Loss: 7st5lb(41.2%)
#11
That's the one (sorry no pun intended!) but as said previously you can only have 250ml as with semi-skimmed milk.

Skimmed milk has between 0.1% and 0.3% fat content while this obvisouly has 1%.

Interestng piece of info:
1% fat milk - The EU regulations for milk classification previously divided milk into three categories defined by the fat content; whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed. Prior to 2008, any milk that contained a different fat content was defined as a ‘milk drink’. On the 1st of January 2008 new regulations came into force to facilitate consumer choice. Now any milk with a fat content other than those laid out can also be considered as ‘milk’, provided that its fat content is clearly indicated on the packaging in the form of ‘….% fat’. However, these milks cannot be described as whole, semi-skimmed or skimmed. Following this change in regulation 1% fat milk is now offered to consumers who like the taste of semi-skimmed, but want to enjoy milk with a lower fat content.
 
S: 16st0.5lb C: 16st0.5lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 35.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
#12
Sainsburys also do their own 1% fat milk with an orangey-red label and lid. I picked it up by mistake, thinking it was skimmed!
 


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