If you are trying to find a low-syn breakfast to have on the slimming world, you might be wondering if Kingsmill 50/50 bread is syn-friendly on the slimming world plan?
Kingsmill 50/50 bread has 5 syns a slice, making it a high-syn bread to have on the slimming world plan, you can have up to three slices before using all your 15 syn daily allowance.
In our syn guide below, we will take you through why Kingsmill 50/50 bread has syns on the slimming world plan, syn values of Kingsmill bread, which bread counts as your healthy extra B and some low syn alternatives.
At 5 syns for one slice of bread, Kingsmill 50/50 bread is very high in syns, this bread gets its high syn value from the larger size since it's from an 800g loaf, it's also half white and brown which increases its calories slightly.
Since Kingsmill bread is 50/50 and not fully wholemeal it cannot be used as your healthy extra B since it does not contain enough fibre.
Kingsmill has a wide range of bread on offer with varying syn values, we've listed some of their range below to help you stay on track.
One way to save syns and still enjoy your morning toast is by using bread as your healthy extra B, only wholemeal bread counts as your healthy extra B on the SW plan.
We've listed which kinds of wholemeal bread you can use as your healthy extra B down below.
If you find Kingsmill 50/50 bread to be too high in syns and want to check out some low syn alternatives, we've got some options for you to check out below.
To conclude, Kingsmill 50/50 bread is high in syns, having 5 syns for a slice from an 800g loaf, you could have up to three slices before using all your 15 syn daily allowance. In order to save syns we would suggest choosing bread which counts as your healthy extra B since they are higher in fibre.