Whether you have cereal for breakfast or milk in your coffee, you need to be careful about the syns in milk which can add up quickly without you being aware, these all contribute to your 15 syn daily allowance.
Milk has varying syns according to the percent of fat, skimmed milk has around 0.5 syns for 30ml and 1 syn for 30ml which is your standard pour in a coffee or tea, therefore you need to keep track of the syns.
Down below, we've discussed in further detail how much milk you can drink in the slimming world, syn values of milk and if milk counts as your healthy extra A.
The amount of milk you can consume daily on the slimming world plan is dependent on the type of milk you are using and the fat percentage.
For example, if you drink semi-skimmed milk, it has 6 syns for 250ml, meaning you could have up to around 600ml before using all your 15 daily syn allowance.
Although milk is high in protein, there syns can quickly add up if you are not careful, we, therefore, suggest choosing skimmed milk or non-dairy kinds of milk to reduce fat content, that being said oat milk is also very high in calories.
Milk has varying syn values according to the fat content, so as you can compare syns, we've listed them down below.
Since milk is high in protein, the slimming world plan allows you to use milk as your healthy extra A dairy allowance. Once you use over your allowance you will then have to count the syns as normal.
We've listed out the amounts of milk which you can use towards your healthy extra A dairy allowance down below.
To conclude, milk has varying syn values according to the fat percentage of the milk and how much you use, you can also use milk as your healthy extra A dairy allowance, over this allowance you will then need to make sure you are synning the milk.
In order to keep your syns low, we suggest choosing non-dairy milk or skimmed milk which tends to be lower in fat than options like whole milk.