Can I Have Sharwoods Poppadoms On Slimming World? Are They Syn Friendly?
If you've made yourself a slimming world friendly curry or maybe you fancy a quick snack, you might be curious as to if you can have Sharwoods poppadoms on the slimming world?
Sharwoods poppadoms have 2 syns per poppadoms, making them low in syns, but should be eaten in moderation since three will use up nearly half of your daily syn allowance.
We've put together a short syn guide below which will take you through how many Sharwoods poppadoms you can eat on the SW plan, syn values of their range and some low syn alternatives from other brands.
How Many Sharwoods Poppadoms Can I Have On Slimming World?
Since Sharwood poppadoms have 2 syns per one, you could have up to 7 poppadoms before consuming all your 15 syn daily allowance, making them a great low syn side to have with your Indian or just as a snack when your feeling peckish.
Poppadoms are very lightweight, so it can be easy to overconsume these snacks if you are not careful, they are also high in fat due to their deep frying, having 1.7g of fat for just one poppadom, meaning you should eat them in moderation.
Syn Values Of Sharwood Poppadoms
Sharwood has a range of different poppadoms on offer to choose from with similar and varying syns, so to help you out, we've listed all of their syn values down below.
Overall, poppadoms are low in syns, having on average 2 syns per one, allowing you to have up to 7 of them before using all of your daily syn allowance. We would suggest having these in moderation however due to their high-fat content.
To save syns, we suggest switching to mini poppadoms which have around half of the syns, plain poppadoms also tend to be healthier than flavoured options.
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.