Just need some inspiration. I have to shift a stone and a half, while cutting down salt (and caffeine and alcohol as well ). I cook a lot using fresh or frozen ingredients. I thought I already ate reasonably healthily but my body disagrees.
Anyway, I need some tips.
Should I switch to brown rice and wholemeal pasta? What ticks the low fat box but also low sugar? Is there a handy guide online anywhere showing salt and sugar (and carb?) content of common foodstuffs?
I don't eat takeaways, crisps, fizzy drinks, so there's not a lot I can cut out -apart from cheese--. Help!
I had this problem, packets have labels but fruit and meat don't. I got some scales where you weigh your ingredients, enter a code and it gives you the value of fat, calories and ......... I forget what the others are.
They were not that expensive, £20 I think - let me do a quick google