Sunday, 16 July 2017

Low Sugar Granola from FUEL10K

Back in December I wrote a blog post called ‘Top 40 High Sugar Breakfast Cereals’. Naturally these are the breakfast cereals I would advise NOT to consume on a regular basis!

Granolas, although incredibly delicious, are nearly always high in sugar and calories. Quite a few granolas feature in my top 40 high sugar breakfast cereals list, including those made by FUEL10K.

But there’s great news! FUEL10K have recently launched two new LOW SUGAR granolas which are being sold by Tesco.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Erythritol Zero Calorie Sugar Alternative Review

I’ve been researching different types of sweeteners, in particular, those which are more natural and less processed. Of course, any type of sweetener which is purchased in a bag or bottle has been through some kind of processing. However, there are some which are being touted as a more natural and healthier alternative to regular sugar.

One of these is erythritol. This is a zero calorie sugar replacement which doesn’t produce the same type of blood sugar increase as regular table sugar.

Monday, 12 June 2017

M&S Skinny Pork Sausages Review

Sausages, to be properly juicy and tasty should really have a high meat content and they are usually high in saturated fat as well. I steer clear of those.

Fortunately there are some much lower calorie sausages and these Outdoor Bred Skinny Sausages from Marks and Spencer have only 78 calories each and are gluten free.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Weetabix Additions New Coconut, Apple & Raisin

Weetabix already have a wide variety of breakfast cereals, including their Original (and best) Weetabix, Banana Weetabix, Golden Syrup Weetabix, High Protein Weetabix, Organic Weetabix and the popular Weetabix Minis.

But it seems those behind the scenes at Weetabix have decided we need more choice. So, if you haven’t seen them yet, Weetabix have introduced two new varieties of Weetabix under the 'Additions' range. These are: Coconut & Raisin and Apple & Raisin.

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Marks & Spencer Madagascan Vanilla Iced Dessert

Marks and Spencer count on us vanilla ice creamWhile wondering around the M&S food hall a few weeks ago, I found myself in front of the freezer section. I don’t usually make it this far as I spend so long drooling over the delights in the fridge section.

But here I was and I immediately noticed these tubs of Count on Us Madagascan Vanilla Iced Dessert. Just 85 calories per 1/8th of the tub, which is 63g or about 2 ice cream scoops. After a quick scan of the ingredients, I decided this was worth trying out.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Sainsbury’s Noodles, Chips and Pasta Vegetables

If you’ve been following the latest trends in food whereby you substitute noodles for courgetti (courgette noodles), you may be interested to see the range of ready prepared vegetables in Sainsbury’s.

It’s no longer just courgettes or spiralised veggies. Sainsbury’s have come up with ready prepared alternatives to crinkle cut chips, as well as lasagne sheets and rice.

They are a dieters dream!

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Vita Coco Coconut Milk Drink Review

Vita Coco, makers of the popular Vita Coco range of coconut waters, have created their own brand of coconut milk. Described as delicious, smooth & dairy free it can be found in the chilled milk section of larger supermarkets.

Vita Coco’s coconut milk drink has added calcium plus other vitamins and minerals and has just 30 calories per 100ml.

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Shredded Wheat Multigrain Rye & Quinoa Review

I’ve passed the new Shredded Wheat Multigrain Rye & Quinoa packs a few times in various supermarkets, but haven't bought them because I'm trying to retrain my kids into choosing porridge in the morning.

But I'm not having much luck as most often they just want cold, crunchy cereal.

However, on this particular shopping trip, I succumbed to price when I noticed them being sold in Poundland. So into the basket they went and home for review.

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Starbucks Almond Milk Calorie Comparison

I adore coffee. For me it’s a treat, everyday! While at home I use my lovely Nespresso machine, but whenever I’m out, it’s Starbucks every time. I just love it. I always make sure I’m armed with my Starbucks thermos flask as this means I get a discount for bringing my own cup.

While my drink of choice is a Soya latte, Starbucks have now increased their range of alternatives to dairy milk. Last year they introduced coconut milk and now from March, Almond milk is also on the menu. If you’re looking to save calories, choosing almond milk can help.

Monday, 3 April 2017

Hey Like Wow – Sugar Free Low Calorie Vitamin Drink

If you heard there was a new product called ‘Hey Like Wow’, would you have the slightest inkling as to what it could be? No? Me neither. In fact, it’s a new type of health drink currently available in branches of Tesco supermarkets.

In an almost saturated (excuse the pun) health water market, it seems there’s always room for one more brand. It has to be different and stand out, and this one certainly does that.

Hey Like Wow ‘a revolutionary new soft drink’ is a flavoured vitamin rich water. While there are other vitamin waters out there, this one is quite unique in that you dispense the vitamins into the drink yourself.

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