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The science of slimming worlds healthy extra help

Hi again, I was wondering something about the science of slimming world that i had never really thought about until this week.
I am a strange little eater. I like a lot of variety in my meals so i often do my healthy extra's in 2,3 or even 4 parts. Confused? i will explain :rolleyes:
For example a typical red day 2HEa and 2 HEb
I will have my yoghurt and fruit for breakfast with 1 slice of toast. HEb
Then later i might have 2 or 3 crackerbreads with free soup HEb
Then i might have a cereal bar HEb and later i might nibble on a couple more crispbreads or a handful of cereal or sometimes both.
Also with HEa i will have a few splashes of milk in my coffee, a tiny sprinkle of cheese on my spag bol, some low fat laughing cow spread on my crackerbreads, cheese in my cooking.

I always add it all up at the end of the day and to me it works out to be the HE's i'm allowed on a red day even though i've had bit's of everything off the entire list.
Does anyone know if this is allowed or is there something in the science of slimming world that doesn't recommend doing it this way?

I'm am sorry if this sounds confusing:confused: and thank you in advance :eek:
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You've posted this in the summer recipe section so a lot of people won't see your question. But yes you are allowed to split your healthy extras - but only as long as the HE is a single food item. For example bread and crackerbreads are fine but not porridge because the HE is suppsed to be porridge plus a scan bran.

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