How Many Syns In Turkey Sausages? Can I Eat Them On Slimming World?
Turkey sausages are known to be leaner than pork sausages, but how slimming world-friendly are they? Do they have syns?
Turkey sausages do have syns on the slimming world, you can normally expect them to have between 3.5-5 syns for one sausage, making them low in syns, but should be eaten within moderation.
In our guide below we will take you through how many turkey sausages you can have on slimming world, syn values of turkey sausages and some low syn alternative sausages.
How Many Turkey Sausages Can I Have On Slimming World?
At 3.5-5 syns sausage you could have up to 3-5 sausages before using all your daily syn allowance, making them low in syns. Turkey sausages are classed as healthy alternatives to pork sausages thanks to their low-fat percentage, having only 2g of fat per sausage.
Turkey sausages are also high in protein, having on average around 10g of protein for just one sausage.
Syn Values Of Turkey Sausages
Turkey sausages all have a similar value no matter where you buy them from, to help you out we've listed some popular syn values down below.
Tesco Lincolnshire Pork Sausages – 6 syns a serving.
Heck Smoky Chorizo-Style Pork Sausages – 3 syns per sausage.
Richmond Irish Pork Sausages – 2.5 syns per serving.
Tesco Butcher Pork Sausages - 6 syns per sausage.
Live Lean Turkey Sausage - 2 syns per sausage.
Linda McCartney Rosemary and Onion Sausages - Syn free.
Porky Whites Pork Chipolata - 3 syns per sausage.
Tesco Dark Chocolate and Chilli Sausages - 6 syns a serving.
Heck Plump Pork and Apple Sausages - 3.5 syns per serving.
Heck Family Favourite 85% Pork Chipolatas - 1.5 syns per sausage.
Kilmore Quay Seafood Sausages - 1.5 syns per sausage.
Overall, turkey sausages are fairly low in syns, having between 3-5.5 syns per one, this means you could have up to 3-5 sausages before using all your 15 syn daily allowance. To save syns we suggest going for reduced fat sausages or similar chicken sausages which are low in syns.
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