Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Amanda71, 18 July 2008 Social URL.

  1. Amanda71

    Amanda71 Silver Member

    I get the no citric acid thing that's found in tomatoes etc.....
    I'm just having my Spicy Tomato Soup and wondering how we're allowed it.
    Am I being really thick?
  2. Avatar Matched Content

  3. CW Consultant

    CW Consultant Gold Member

    When they make the packs all the carbs, fats, salt etc etc are calculated to make it fit with the diet. The tomato flavouring may not have citric acid in it or not enough to make a difference.
    Last edited: 18 July 2008
  4. Amanda71

    Amanda71 Silver Member

    Thank you, Linda :)
    Knew there had to be an explanation!
  5. Starlit_Cazza

    Starlit_Cazza Restart 3/9/2013

    Start Weight:
    Current Weight:
    Goal Weight:
    I imagine that the spicy tomato soup is unlikely to contain any realy tomato, or for that matter anything that has ever resembled a tomato in any way shape or form :D
  6. karenO

    karenO Step away from the chips!

    pmsl BishBosh
  7. EmmaLouise81

    EmmaLouise81 Full Member

    Thanks for asking, I thought the same.

    Typical this is the first year my tomato plants have grown really well and I can only look at them!
  8. Amanda71

    Amanda71 Silver Member

    I know what you mean, EmmaLouise. I've got 4 tomato plants, peas, carrots and runner beans this year(along side the apple and pear trees). Still my husband and son will eat well :)
Popular Forums
  1. is a weight loss support community helping each other on their weight loss journey. We have a multitude of forums, from Slimming World and Exante, to Success Stories. Click the logo at the top right to return to the forum home page at any time.

Share This Page