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Wholemeal bread

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Gemini76, 2 May 2011 Social URL.

  1. Gemini76

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    I am getting mixed up as to what I can have as HeB on EE as one thing says 57g and other says 2 slices of a 400gram pack but I can't see what difference the size of the whole loaf is, I use 2 slices of medium slice wholemeal bread by Roberts, is this ok?
     
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    It's 2 slices from a 400g 1/2 size loaf or 1.5 slices from a regular 800g loaf. Weigh out your bread and have 57g. :)
     
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    Thanks for this, I was just wondering the same thing :)
     
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    I weighed 2 slices and they weigh 85g so need to syn 28g worth which is 3 syns!! I also don't really know the difference between brown & wholemeal bread!? Only wholemeal is hex so I picked that anyway!
     
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    Brown bread is just the same as white nutritionally except the flour has not been bleached. That is why it does not count as a HEB - not enough fibre, while wholemeal is made with the whole grain which makes it higher in fibre.
     
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    Thanks Circes!
     
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    I've just bought hovis WHOLEMEAL granary bread? Can I use this as a healthy extra I know you're not supposed to have granary bread but this is wholemeal granary bread....??

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    No sorry it is not a HEB :(
     
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    Lol ok thanks, didn't eat it anyway as wasn't sure :)

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