How to swap for better, healthier food options
2. Swap a sugar-coated breakfast cereal for a wholegrain breakfast cereal such as porridge or shredded wholegrain wheat cereal with no added sugar
It’s always in the best interest of yourself to try and eat healthier, while not sacrificing the enjoyment and pleasure from meal time. While we’re all interested in fatty, tasty options, the truth is it’s simply not healthy to always eat those types of foods. With a few simple trades and swaps, it could make all the difference to your health, waistline and more. For example, rather than full-fat/whole milk, you could try a semi/skinny fat milk. The same goes for wholemeal bread, rather than a loath of plain white. These options are readily available in all supermarkets and groceries, and they will usually cost the same as it’s equivalent. Here are some recommendations for healthier food swap options.