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5 healthy swaps to try

22nd January 2018 by Sophie

Add some of these low key healthy swaps to your daily routine to make a positive change in 2018!

honey tea

tea instead of lattes

Many people don’t realise how many calories and how much refined sugar is in their daily drinks.

Enjoy all of the flavour of a chai latte but with less calories by brewing your own chai tea and adding a splash of milk.

Even better, swap to herbal teas like green to hydrate and boost your metabolism!

beets dip

dried instead of fried

Swap out the greasy potato crisps for a lighter alternative like veggie crisps.

Our beetroot and carrot crisps are dried not fried, making them a great low-calorie snack! They are also more abundant in vitamins and minerals than potato crisps.

Not a fan of veggie crisps? Popcorn is also a great low calorie snack to satisfy salty cravings.

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boring cauliflower

cauliflower instead of potatoes

Have you ever had mashed cauliflower? It's a great substitute for potatoes – similar in flavour, texture and colour making it the perfect healthy swap!

Make mashed cauliflower instead of mashed potatoes by grating the cauliflower, boiling it and draining it well before mashing.

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protein bites

protein bites instead of chocolate bars

Trying to eat healthier but still need a sweet fix? Try our new protein bites instead of buying store bought chocolate.

As a source of protein and fibre, protein bites are more nutrient dense than chocolate and contain healthy fats from the nuts which help to keep you more satiated, so you’ll be satisfied with less.

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Jess protein bites

These swaps will allow you to still enjoy your favourite flavours but with countless added benefits – your body will thank you for it!

Jess, graze nutritionist
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By Sophie, graze blogger.

Sophie is our London-based blogger, queen of content and all things writing at graze HQ! She loves working with the taste expert team to bring their recipes out into the world.

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