Make these simple diet swaps & save over 800 calories a day!

Make these simple diet swaps & save over 800 calories a day!

Nobody likes the idea of going on a diet, but if you need to cut back then consider making simple food swaps in your usual daily diet before doing anything drastic. You may find with a few alternative choices you could save enough calories to drop those unwanted lbs WITHOUT going on a traditional diet! uFit-Iced-LatteMorning - swap your morning large caramel macchiato for a UFIT iced latte. You‚Äôll keep the caffeine buzz you crave but will save 80 calories, not to mention a bucket load of sugar! Breakfast ‚Äì swap your usual bowl of granola with semi-skimmed milk for a bowl of porridge oats topped with a handful of fresh berries and save 150 calories. Morning snack ‚Äì swap your usual mid-morning snack of 2 digestive biscuits for an apple and you‚Äôll save 70 calories. Lunch ‚Äì swap your usual supermarket bought chicken pasta salad for a chicken salad sandwich and yourself save 195 calories. Afternoon snack ‚Äì swap your afternoon chocolate bar for a bottleChilliConCarne of chocolate UFIT and you‚Äôll save 130 calories, as well as feeling fuller for longer! Dinner ‚Äì Swap the rice with your chilli con carne for an equal amount of cauliflower rice and save 100 calories. Late night snack ‚Äì Swap your late-night chocolate fix for the snack size equivalent of the same bar and save 105 calories. That‚Äôs a total calorie saving of 830 calories over the course of just 1 day! If you were to make these changes for an entire week you could save a whopping 5,810 calories which equates to 1 ¬Ω lbs of body fat. Go, on ‚Äì give it a try!     **Notes** Caramel Macchiato ‚Äì Starbucks large. Granola ‚Äì Tesco classic granola based on a 40g portion Chicken pasta salad ‚Äì Tesco honey & mustard pasta salad 1 pot Chicken salad sandwich ‚Äì Tesco pre-packed Afternoon snack chocolate bar ‚Äì Yorkie Late night chocolate ‚Äì Full size Crunchie / Snack size Crunchie

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