7 simple supermarket swaps that nutritionists swear by - number 5 might surprise you

Amy Wood - Nutritionist | 12 Mar, 2023

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The key to successful weight loss is to find healthy foods you really look forward to. This doesn't have to mean a complete overhaul of your diet – in fact, by making some of these simple swaps in the supermarket, you can still enjoy all your favourite foods while making your calories go further!

1

Save 75 kcals & 2.6g sat fat

SWAP

Richmond Thick Pork Sausages (each)

Richmond Thick Pork Sausages

FOR

Richmond Chicken Sausages (each)

Richmond Chicken Sausages

2

Save 66 kcals & 11.9g sugar

SWAP

Yeo Valley Organic Raspberry Creamy Bio Live Yogurt (150g serving)

Yeo Valley Organic Raspberry Creamy Bio Live Yogurt

FOR

Lindahls Kvarg
Raspberry (150g pot)

Lindahls Kvarg Raspberry

3

Save 32 kcals & 1.8g sat fat

SWAP

Tesco Cheddar Cheese & Chive Dip (50g serving)

Tesco Cheddar Cheese & Chive Dip

FOR

Tesco Reduced Fat
Houmous (50g serving)

Tesco Reduced Fat Houmous

4

Save 448 kcals & 16.4g sat fat

SWAP

Chicago Town Tiger Crust Double Pepperoni Pizza (whole pizza)

Chicago Town Tiger Crust Double Pepperoni Pizza

FOR

Asda Thin Stonebaked Vegetable Feast Pizza (whole pizza)

Asda Thin Stonebaked Vegetable Feast Pizza

5

Save 33 kcals & 7.4g sugar

SWAP

Tesco Orange Juice (150ml)

Tesco Orange Juice

FOR

Easy peelers (2)

Easy peelers

Getting your 5-a-day by eating whole fruits instead of drinking juices can help increase your fibre intake, and it's also a better choice for keeping your free sugar intake down.



6

Save 64 kcals & 0.6g salt

SWAP

Co-op Cream of Chicken Soup (can)

Co-op Cream of Chicken Soup

FOR

Co-op Spicy Lentil Soup (can)

Co-op Spicy Lentil Soup

7

Save 150 kcals & 11.9g sugar

SWAP

Magnum Classic (each)

Magnum Classic

FOR

Halo Top Gooey Brownie (each)

Halo Top Gooey Brownie

Nutritionist Amy Wood (ANutr), MSci BSc Nutrition has a keen interest in the relationship between diet and health. Having been published in the European Journal of Nutrition, Amy is passionate about making evidence-based nutrition accessible to everyone and helping others to adopt a food-focused approach to taking control of their health.

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