If your go-to choice of bread for toast in the morning or lunchtime sandwiches is Granary bread, you might be curious as to how many syns this type of seeded bread has on the slimming world.
Granary bread has varying syns according to how it is made, on average however expect a small 25g slice to have around 3 syns, making it fairly low in syns.
We've made a syn guide below, taking you through how much Granary bread you can have on the slimming world plan, some syn values of this bread, and which bread counts as your healthy extra B and low syn alternatives.
At 3 syns for a small 25g slice, you can have on average five small slices of Granary bread per day before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance.
Granary bread has much more texture and fibre than standard bread, making it a great choice for weight loss, and keeping you full for longer, it does not contain enough fibre to count as healthy extra B like wholemeal bread, however.
Granary bread has varying syns according to its size and brand, to compare syns, we've listed some varying options below.
Many people think Granary bread counts as your healthy extra B, however, this bread does not and has to be synned since it doesn't have enough fibre in comparison to wholemeal bread.
We've listed which bread counts as your healthy extra B below.
If you find Granary bread to be too high in syns, we've listed some other types of seeded bread below to check out.
Overall, Granary bread is low in syns, having 3 syns for a small 25g serving, allowing you to have up to five small slices before using all your 15 syn daily allowance.
To save syns, we recommend avoiding bread types like white bread and granary bread and choosing wholemeal bread as your healthy extra B instead since it's higher in fibre.