I agree with Stornfromeast, stick to the fresh food aisles and away from any ready meals or deserts - making meals from scratch will almost always be healthier and the fresh food will be the same in all supermarkets diet-wise (cost-wise some will be cheaper tho )
I think tesco just because the only diet product I buy is fat free dairy and their cottage cheese / yoghurt / fromage frais seems better than the others.
I agree stick to fresh food and making from scratch! Best dessert is some fat free greek yoghurt and some raspberries! If you must sweeten use (half) an ella's kitchen pouch or a tiny bit of algave nectar.
Am totally shocked by the idea of a diet where it might be encouraged to eat a meringue nest as its only 53 calories when its basically 53 calories of pure sugar with no nutrition, and where you might be put off eating oily fish as its too many points (on another thread about WW this evening).
I have calorie counted (am at target, am now maintaining) but even on WW or other calorie counting diet its naive to think that the quality of calories doesn't matter.
53 calories of sugar will stimulate an insulin response and encourage you to store fat. Of course the fromage frais and fruit has even more sugar. I don't really understand why you would eat that as a dessert rather than just have a smaller portion of something non diet like ben and jerrys frozen yoghurt.
Honestly what I think is that if you like ice cream or desserts then have some as a treat. When I was in the weight loss phase of my diet I saved calories for occasional treats. But I just had smaller portions of the things I really liked!
So if you really love meringue nests then fine, have them as your treat but don't eat them if you don't especially love them and justify it that its a good diet option, as it isn't. If you are going to eat something that's not good for your diet choose something you really love instead.
re: diet coke. Its not great for you, but if you need it to avoid eating something else then fine. But for some people it can stall weight loss.
re: obsessed, probably yes but I have come to realisation that my new way of eating has to be permanent, both to maintain my weight loss, but also the way I am eating now is best for my longer term health.