weight watchers thick sliced wholemeal bread

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  1. Topper78

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    Anyone know if 2 slices of WW thick sliced wholemeal bread 400g loaf is classed as a healthy extra or do you have to syn it?
     
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    i really hope so cause iv been using it!?
     
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    i'm sure its a HEb, well i've been using it for the past 10 weeks as one!! xx
     
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    LOL, well if enough of us do then it counts!? lol x
     
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    Thank goodness, I've been using it as a HEXB for the last 3 weeks...
     
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    Great, i didnt no this could be used as a b.
     
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    Can it though? No one has actually said yet! I know green labelled WW danish malt cant be and after using it for months, I'm not making the same mistake again!
     
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    so the mated danish ww bread is not a healthy extra omg i'v been having this for the last 2 weeks :cry:
    how many syns is it per slice?
     
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    the danish ww bread you can have.
     
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    well i dont care if it is or isn't i've been using it for the last 10 weeks or so & will caryy on using it as its made no difference to my losses! x
     
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    Ive seen it in the grab and go section (for a B Box)
    you can have 3 slices of WW malted danish
     
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