Ryvita Original Crispbread Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
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Ryvita Original Crispbread 250G
Low fat. High fibre. No artificial colours or preservatives Suita ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 17:28
by - written on 03/01/11 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Ryvita Original is a crispbread which is made from wholegrain rye - and it is infact 97% wholegrain rye, which just a touch of flour and salt. Because it is wholegrain, the rye has not been overly processed to the extent that it is of no nutritional value - and most importantly it retains fiber which we all need more of in our diets. A packet of Ryvita Original that weighs 250 g costs 88p from Tesco's. I eat Ryvita Original several times a week but I cannot honestly sit here and say that I love Ryvita. I don't. It does undoubtedly taste not disimilar to cardboard, as does the whole Ryvita range for that matter. The texture is very dry and although I wouldn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 242 readings)
Whenever I offer anyone a Ryvita they usually say one of two things, either Oh yes please, great I am on a diet, or no thanks I am not dieting at the moment. Ryvita is often associated with dieting, but it is actually a great healthy crisp bread that can form part of anybody's diet. I have been eating Ryvita ever since I can remember and have always stuck to Ryvita Original but over the years they have created many more different types of Ryvita. There are now pumpkin & oats, cracked black pepper, dark rye, multigrain, sunflower seeds & oats, fruit crunch and more. Ryvita is a wholegrain crispbread that uses natural ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I am always looking to change my diet and lose a few pounds when I am about to prepare for a running event. I always find that changing my diet is the key way. The trick is to eat often but somehow reduce calories. This is where ryvita has a great roll. Low calories and they supress hunger too. Ryvita Original are available in most supermarkets. I usually buy mine from tesco which will set you back about 70p for 250g which equates to 20 crispbread biscuits. I have seen them on offer at near on 50p at certain times of the year Ryvita are made from wholegrain rye which is very low in calories 32 Kcal per crispbread. You can onsume them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Now lets just start this review with me saying I love my food. I truly love food with a passion. The only trouble, is I have noticed that since turning 30, food does tend to love me back a bit too much. as when consumed it loves to cuddle me around my hips. Despite loving all things naughty I have decided to make a concious effort to eat a more healthy diet. Now if you had told skinny me when I was in my twenties, that I would be buying Ryvita in my thirties I would have called you mad. As far as I was concerned this was 'devil food' Who in their right minds would want to eat cardboard!! However when shopping the other day, with my healthy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Ryvita Original are made by The Ryvita Co. and available in most supermarkets. I paid 69p for 250g from my local Sainsburys and this gives around 20 crackers which are 32 calories each and contain just 0.3g sugar and 0.2g fat which is only slightly more fat than a Ryvita Crackerbread and it just feels quite a bit more substantial. The crackers are crispy as they are made from wholegrain rye and they are the perfect alternative to bread for those who are trying to watch their calorie intake or just fancy something a bit crunchier than the usual soft bread. Admittedly two crackers together aren't as filling as a sandwich but they still have this lovely crunchy ... Read the complete review
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