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Wafers??

Discussion in 'Slim And Save' started by juliebags, 7 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. juliebags

    juliebags Silver Member

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    Has anyone tried the wafers ??? Are they worth buying ,
     
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  3. Sammy33

    Sammy33 Gold Member

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    I think they're pretty scrummy! Xx
     
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    Starlight Gold Member

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  5. Mrs.S

    Mrs.S Full Member

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    wafers? are there slim and save wafers or is it something else? haven't seen them yet...
     
  6. emilyj

    emilyj Full Member

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    I just can't have them in the house, I always end up eating them ALL way to nice!
     
  7. Sammy33

    Sammy33 Gold Member

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    Yes there's wafers, crisps, all sorts ;)

    Wafers need to be ate separately during the day (they come in a packet of two). They don't have all the vitamins and minerals like a pack does so you would need to take a multivitamin on a day you have the wafers. Xx
     
  8. Sammy33

    Sammy33 Gold Member

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    Just realised my horrendous English! 'Ate separately!' Lol. I meant eaten of course! Xx
     
  9. Mrs.S

    Mrs.S Full Member

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    Ohhh... I might need to look into that, if I should change my mind and don't go for 4 packs a day. Thank you :)
     
  10. Mrs.S

    Mrs.S Full Member

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    I've actually got a question about these...does one wafer + 200g veg + milk allowance + multi vitamin supplement replace one meal pack or how does this work?
     
  11. Sammy33

    Sammy33 Gold Member

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    Wafers as described in the SnS booklet - how I read it anyway - are not 'total food replacement' - meaning that they don't have all the vits and minerals like a pack does. So treat it as a 'pack' or 'meal' but you would need a multivitamin on a day you have the wafers.
    When I pop it all into a diet planner for my day, the carbs and calories all work out fine as if it was any other day.
    So you can have wafers, protein meal n veg, 2 further SnS packs, plus your milk and a multivitamin.
    Or you can have wafers, 3 further SnS packs, plus your veg, milk and a multivitamin.
    Xx
     
  12. Mrs.S

    Mrs.S Full Member

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    Thank you. I wasn't sure, but really like to try these :)
     
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