When dieting, condiments such as mustard can add excess calories to your plate without you realising, this is why it's important to track the syns of the mustard you are using in the slimming world.
Wholegrain mustard in particular has 0.5 syns per teaspoon making it a low syn option for spicing up your food, it should, however, be measured and eaten in moderation.
To keep you on track with your syns, we've discussed in further detail below if you can have whole grain mustard on slimming world, some syn values and how it compares to regular mustard.
For just 0.5 syns a teaspoon, there's no reason as to why you can't enjoy wholegrain mustard on the slimming world plan, we would recommend measuring your portion out in spoons to stay on track with your syns however.
Mustard typically is low in fat and could even boost your metabolism, making it an excellent choice to spice up chicken or add to sauces.
Wholegrain mustard has similar syns no matter the type you buy but it can vary according to the brand, we've listed some general wholegrain mustard syns below to help you compare.
Wholegrain is essentially the same as regular mustard except it has not been ground enough to form a paste with the mustard seeds.
Regular mustard has the average syn values of 0.5 syns a teaspoon just like wholegrain mustard making it low in syns.
Overall, wholegrain mustard has 0.5 syns a teaspoon making it a great low syn condiment to add spice to a boring dish without you having to spend too many syns. We always suggest measuring out how much mustard you have to stay on track with your syns.