Slimming World has announced new changes to its weight loss plan this morning, with revised guidance on Healthy Extras, Syns and protein-rich foods.
The organisation has informed consultants to share the news with their members today but changes will not take effect until Christmas.
All members will receive an additional daily Healthy Extra ‘a’ choice – portions of dairy foods which are high in calcium, namely milk and cheese.
Cow’s milk allowance has also been increased to 200ml per day.
But that tub of Philadelphia Light you’ve got in the fridge no longer counts as a healthy extra as reduced fat/light soft cheese and soft goat’s cheese have been removed from this category.
There’s also bad news if you like to follow the SP plan, which allows you to take the hassle out of planning by choosing only foods with S and P next to them.
Usually you also get to eat between 5 and 15 Syns a day when following this method.
From Christmas, however, members will be advised to enjoy a maximum of 10 Syns per day.
Peas and beans are losing their ‘P’ symbol.
They’ll still be free, but won’t be classed as a ‘P’ or protein-rich foods, meaning you’ll no longer be able to have them on the Extra Easy SP plan.
It comes less than two months after Slimming World announced changes to the plan in September, including the news that Muller Lights would no longer be classed as ‘free’.
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