Is Ryvita Multigrains High In Syns On Slimming World?
Ryvitas are typically regarded as a healthy snack, thanks to their high fibre and low calories, but what about their multigrain versions, how many syns do they have?
Ryvita multigrain rye breads have two syns per slice, making them an excellent low syn snack to have without any guilt.
Down below in our guide, we will discuss how many Ryvita multigrains you can eat on the SW plan if multigrain is good for you, syn values of other Ryvita breads and some other low syn multigrain alternatives.
How Many Ryvita Multigrains Can I Have On Slimming World?
Since Ryvita multigrains are only 2 syns a slice you could have up to 7 of them before meeting your daily syn allowance for the day.
These breads remain low in syns thanks to their rye which is nutritional yet low in calories, it's also high in fibre which keeps you fuller for longer. Topping these breads with low syns foods such as tuna is a great way to keep your snacking low in syns.
Is Multigrain Better For Weight Loss?
Multigrain has a lot of popularity in the weight loss world, whether in bread or cereals, but what makes this grain so healthy?
Well, the toasted seeds and various types of grains such as barley and oats or even corn help you feel fuller for longer, plus these all-natural ingredients and great for your body.
Can I Have Multigrain Rye Breads As My Healthy Extra B?
Since Ryvita multigrain rye breads are so rich in fibre you can have 3 breads as your healthy extra B allowance on the slimming world plan, we've listed the other Ryvita types which count towards your Hex B below.
Ryvita Onion Crunchy Rye Breads – Up to 3 rye breads.
Ryvita Original Rye Breads – Up to 4 rye bread.
Ryvita Pumpkin Seed and Oat Rye Breads –Up to 2 rye bread.
Ryvita Protein Linseed and Nigella Seed Rye Bread – Up to 3 rye bread.
Overall, Ryvita multigrains have 2 syns per slice, making them a great low syn snack that is high in fibre, or even as your healthy extra B. To keep your snack low syn we suggest topping them with syn friendly toppings like tuna, quark or even cream cheese as your healthy extra A.
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.