If you're looking to make a high protein slimming world meal, you might be wondering if salmon is a syn friendly fish on the SW plan?
Salmon is indeed syn free on the slimming world plan and so is canned salmon as long as it's not in oil. Smoked salmon is also considered syn free on the SW plan but should be eaten within moderation.
We've discussed in further detail below if salmon is good for weight loss on slimming world, syn values of salmon products, low syn alternative fish types and two SW recipes using salmon and smoked salmon down below.
If you prefer to eat fish over meat or you're looking for some SW-friendly meals, you might be wondering if salmon is good for weight loss on the plan?
Well, salmon is quite high in sodium and fat, having 190 calories for a small fillet, but it is full of good fat such as Omega-three fatty acids which are great for weight loss since they keep you fuller for longer.
Smoked salmon is also good for you thanks to its high protein content, but the smoking process does add lots of sodium to the fish, so should be consumed in moderation despite being syn free. The only salmon which has syns is salmon stored in oil.
Salmon comes in many forms, whether as a fillet, smoked or in a can, so to help you out, we've listed some varying syn values of this fish down below.
If you are tired of salmon meals and you are looking for another alternative syn friendly fish, we've got some other low syn alternatives for you to check out below.
If you've got some salmon fillets in the freezer or maybe some smoked salmon, you might be wondering what slimming world recipes you can create out of this fish since it's syn free.
To give you some cooking inspo, we've listed two recipes down below with both regular salmon and smoked salmon down below.
A breakfast classic, this SW smoked salmon and eggs recipe is syn free as long as you are using your wholemeal bread as your healthy extra B.
We've listed the recipe details down below which serves four people.
If you've got some salmon fillets to use up in the fridge, our Teriyaki salmon recipe is a great syn free weeknight meal and serves 4 for the whole family or leftovers the next day!
Overall, Salmon is a great high protein syn free fish to enjoy in the slimming world and is full of beneficial omega-3 fatty acids which are good for keeping you full, whether you choose smoked, fresh or canned salmon.
Do be cautious about salmon kept in oil, since this will add to the syn content, instead choose salmon in the brine.