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5 healthy swaps

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Choosing healthier foods is easier than you might think.
By changing just a few eating habits, you can make a big difference to your diet.


Try these healthy swaps when you have your next meal, drink, or when you open the fridge looking for a snack!


Swap whole milk for a lower fat content, like semi-skimmed, 1% fat, or even skimmed milk.


Swap white bread, bagels and muffins for wholegrain varieties, they taste just as nice but are more nutritious!


Swap the frying pan for the grill when cooking meat.


Swap fizzy drinks with some 100% fruit juice and simply add soda water.


Swap salted nuts and snacks, for unsalted substitutes.

Want to learn more?

Here’s some useful resources:

Read more about Healthier food swaps on the Better Health website

Better Health has some really good tips and tricks for staying healthy and losing weight sensibly. From getting active to stopping smoking, find out what works for you.

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