How Many Syns In Fever Tree Elder Flower Tonic? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
28 February, 2022

What Is The Syn Value Of Fever Tree Elder Flower Tonic?

Tonic waters can often pack a lot of sugar into their bottles which contributes to calories and makes them high in syns and not the healthiest of mixers.

If you decide on drinking Fever Tree Elderflower tonic water then expect to use around 3 syns for 200ml of the water and make sure to measure each portion. 

In our short guide below we will briefly go over some other syn values of the Fever Tree tonic water range, low syn alternatives plus a few tips for drinking while on the slimming world diet.

Is Tonic Water Good For You On SW?

At 3 syns per 200ml tonic water is not the healthiest of mixers on the slimming world diet, you should make sure you measure your portion and try not to overdrink it. You should also be wary of diet tonic waters as they can be full of sweeteners which although don't add syns and calories they are not the best for your health.

We suggest trying seltzer or soda water if you are trying to cut back on sugar when drinking alcohol.

Fever Tree Tonic Water Syns

Since Fever Tree has a whole range of tonic waters we have listed them out below along with their syns for more variety.

  • Fever-Tree lemon tonic water - 3.5 syns per 200ml.
  • Rhubarb and raspberry tonic water - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • Aromatic tonic water - 4 syns per 200ml.
  • Damson and sloe berry tonic water - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • Fever tree Indian tonic water - 1.5 syns per 200ml.
  • Fever tree premium Indian tonic water - 1.5 syns per 200ml.
  • Fever-Tree Light cucumber tonic water - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • Fever-Tree Elderflower tonic water - 3 syns per 200ml.

Low Syn Alternatives To Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic

There is a large range of tonic waters out there on the market which are also low in syns and even syn free if you want to save more of your allowance for the day when drinking.

We've listed some popular brands of tonic waters syn values below.

  • Schweppes Slimline Tonic Water - SYN FREE.
  • Fentimans Light Tonic Water - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • SodaStream Classics Diet Tonic - SYN FREE.
  • Fentimans Pink Rhubarb Tonic Water - 3.5 syns per 200ml. 
  • Tesco Low-Calorie Indian Tonic Water - SYN FREE.
  • Tesco Indian Tonic Water - 2 syns per 250ml.
  • Schweppes Tonic Water - 2.5 syns per 250ml.
  • Tesco Low-Calorie Indian Tonic Water With Lime - SYN FREE.
  • London Essence Original Indian Tonic Water - 2.5 syns in per 250ml.
  • London Essence Co. Bitter Orange & Elderflower Tonic - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • Fentimans Valencian Orange Tonic Water - 3.5 syns per 200ml.
  • Fentimans Pink Grapefruit Tonic Water - 3.5 syns per 200ml.
  • Merchant's Heart Light Tonic Water - 2 syns per 200ml.
  • London Essence Co. Grapefruit & Rosemary Tonic - 2.5 syns per 250 ml.

Tips For Drinking Alcohol On SW

Drinking is allowed on the slimming world plan but it should be within moderation and you should always make sure you are tracking your syns for it not to affect your weight loss.

We've listed our best tips for drinking on the slimming world plan below.

  • Drink water in between your drinks.
  • Make sure your drinks are measured out for accurate tracking.
  • Add more mixers and spritzers to make drinks last longer.
  • Have two drink-free days a week.
  • Go for a small wine glass.
  • Know your limit in advance.
  • Always eat before you drink.

Final Words

Overall, at 3 syns per 200ml, Fever tree elderflower tonic is not the highest or lowest of syn mixers and can be enjoyed within moderation the SW plan as long as you have enough syns free.

We would always suggest switching to soda water or seltzer if you want to cut back on sugar and make sure to follow our tips above when drinking on the plan for the best results with weight loss.

Jennifer is a certified nutritionist and weight loss coach with a Master's in Nutrition from Cambridge. With over 10 years experience, she shares healthy recipes and science-backed slimming tips on SheCooksSheEats to help people reach their wellness goals. Jennifer stays up-to-date by regularly attending conferences and continuing her nutrition education. She aims to provide research-backed advice to inspire balanced, happy living.
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