How Many Calories in Nimble Wholemeal bread

There are 50 calories in a slice of Hovis Nimble wholemeal bread, one slice weighs 22g.

It is the low weight of a slice that makes Nimble lower calorie than slices from similar, small wholemeal loaves.

For example, Hovis's normal small-loaf wholemeal has 64 calories a slice, but the slice weighs 29g. Gram for gram, Nimble is slightly higher in calories than Hovis wholemeal at 226 calories per 100g vs 221.

The Nimble bread is 10% higher in protein which is a pretty small difference, but may mean the bread feels a little more filling. Both breads have exactly the same amount of fibre at 6.8g per 100g.

The full calorie and nutrition breakdown including, protein, carbs, sugar, fat and fibre for one and two slices of Nimble is given here.

Calorie and Nutrition Info per Slice of Hovis Nimble Wholemeal

One slice weighs 22g

  1 Slice 2 Slices
Calories 50 100
Grams of Protein 2.4 4.8
Grams of Carbohydrate 8.1 16.2
Grams of Sugar 0.5 1
Grams of Fat 0.5 1
Grams of Saturates 0.1 0.2
Grams of Fibre 1.5 3
Grams of Salt 0.2 0.4

Last Updated: 10 November 2019 | Source: WLR Food Database

Percentage of Calories from Each Macronutrient

 

Syns

Provided only 2 slices are eaten from the 'Healthy Extras' allowance there are no syns for this bread.

Traffic Light Info for Nimble Bread

 

Low Fat | Low Saturates | Low Sugar | Medium Salt

Calorie and Nutrition Values per 100g of Nimble Wholemeal

Calories 226
Protein 11.1g
Carbohydrate 37g
of which Sugars 2.2g
Fat 2.2g
of which Saturates 0.5g
Fibre 6.8g
Salt 0.93g

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* Syns are a measurement created by Slimming World. The syn values given here are calculated from our research of various sources and a popular formula (calories divided by 20) that works for most products. 

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