So as some of you may or may not know there has been some changes to the plan! Nothing like the changes we experienced back in 2015 but you'll be delighted to here that some of the Healthy Extra B choices have increased in size and the one downside to this change is that sweetener will now have to be syned. You can view all changes below!


Healthy Extra B:

50g Kellogg's All-Bran Original
45g bran flakes
45g fruit-filled wheat biscuits, blueberry/raisin
45g oat bran*
45g Dorset Cereals Simply Delicious Muesli
45g Jordan's Natural Muesli (No Added Sugar)
45g Weetabix Crunchy Bran
40g porridge oats (unflavoured)*
40g puffed wheat*
40g Dorset Cereals Simply Nutty Muesli
40g Kellogg's All-Bran Golden Crunch
40g Mornflake  Swiss Style Classic Muesli
40g Nestle Bitesize Shredded Wheat*
40g Nestle Honey Nut Shredded Wheat
40g Nestle Shreddies original
40g Post Grape Nuts
40g Quaker Oat Crisp Cereal
40g Weetabix Crispy Minis (Banana/Chocolate Chip/Fruit & Nut)
2 Nestle Shredded Wheat*
2 Weetabix*
1 sachet Quaker Oat So Simple Big Bowl Porridge, Original*
1 sachet Quaker Oat So Simple Multigrain Porridge, all varieties

*These cereals have the lowest sugar content.. Even Healthier Extras!

Removed from the list:

That's Coco Shreddies
Frosted Shreddies
Honey Shreddies
Sultana Bran
Kelloggs Fruit & Fibre

Granular Sweeteners:

Although most spoonable/granular sweeteners* are Syn-free, to make them granular, they do rely on a carrier which contains calories. For the odd teaspoon or sprinkle, the calories and the syns are truly negligible. However if you're using larger amounts to sweeten Fromage Frais, stewed fruit ect, it could be having an impact on your weightloss. So it is recommend that if you plan to use several tablespoons you count it as 1/2 Syn per tablespoon.

 * this doesn't effect table/drop sweeteners.