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Wholemeal Bread


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S: 11st12lb C: 11st12lb G: 9st4lb Loss: 0st0lb(0%)

I love my bread... especially wholemeal. Are there any types that can be classed as a HEXb without being Nimble or Weight Watchers... I really don't like them and really don't fill me. I'd rather stick to my Ryvita if here isn't any other sort.

Also a additional question, my hubbie is currently having two wholemeal rolls 57g ones and using both of his HEXb's on them, is this ok? He takes them in his packed lunch.

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I think so long as it says wholemeal then you're fairly safe with 57g. I go for 2 slices of the Warburton's 400g loaf myself. There's also Allinsons wholemeal, 2 slices from the 400g or 1 slice from the 800g thick slice. There may be others, but I'm using an old SW listing and the current Free Branded Foods booklet which gives HXb's in the back - might be more there under supermarket makes though!

I find that Aldi savour bakes, rye or sesame, give me a wholemeal fix when I want crispbread - very like ryvita but you can have 6 for an HXb....

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