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    I have a silly question. The point values for certain subs (as shown in the WW guides)...does that include the bread or is the bread's point value seperate?
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    Default Re: Subway question

    It includes the bread (but does not include, cheese, mayo or oil). The breads are listed separately to show that some have more points than others. If you go go the Subway website you can find the most up to date information, and it will also show exactly what is on each sandwich.
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    Thanks Luanne. But which bread is used to calculate the points? I can't seem to find this info on eTools (or the companion guides).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyjade View Post
    Thanks Luanne. But which bread is used to calculate the points? I can't seem to find this info on eTools (or the companion guides).
    I would guess it's the white or wheat, one of the "lower" point breads. That's why it's best to go to the Subway website where you can see the ni for each sandwich, along with exactly what is on it.
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    Default Re: Subway question

    From subway.com:
    Subs with 6 grams of fat or less include Italian or wheat bread, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, green peppers and olives. All other sandwich values include cheese unless otherwise noted.

    Salads contain meat/poultry, standard vegetables and do not include salad-dressing or croutons.

    Addition of other condiments and fixings will alter nutrition values.
    The breads are pretty much all the same, 5 Points for the 6" size. The whole wheat bread has a touch more fiber. The others are all either the white or whole wheat with toppings, and the toppings aren't enough extra to count a whole Point.

    The wrap, however, is different. The current Subway wrap bread is 7 Points.

    For the the subs with 6 grams of fat or less, adding cheese adds 1 Point.

    If you are into counting fractional Points, you can look up the NI for breads and toppings you would add or subtract. You can then use the totals to figure the Points.
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    Thanks!!!
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