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The Healthy Food Swap Bundle includes 20 beautiful pieces of visual content:
- Past <> Spaghetti Squash, Spiralized Zucchini. Skip the heavy high-carb meal and sub in spaghetti squash or zucchini linguine for a guilt-free pasta dish!
- Mayo <> Avocado. Sub out mayo for avocado in chicken salads and egg salads to add some healthy fats to your diet!
- French Fries <> Baked Sweet Potato Fries. Sweet potatoes are a great and healthy option for a side dish.
- Mashed Potatoes <> Cauliflower Mash. Ditch the heavy cream and potatoes, and sub it for a cauliflower mash! You won’t miss those potatoes. Make it creamy with almond milk, grass-fed butter, and season it with Himalayan sea salt!
- Cow’s Milk <> Almond Milk. Dairy is often a trigger for an upset stomach. Sub your cow’s milk for a nut milk like almond milk or coconut milk.
- Cocoa Powder <> Cocao Powder. Cocoa powder is processed, stripped of nutrients, and contains low levels of cacao. Cacao is high in antioxidants and promotes healthy skin and a healthy heart.
- Fruit Juice <> Coconut Water. Many fruit juices have electrolytes, but they are also packed with sugar. Try natural coconut water loaded with potassium and electrolytes!
- Canola/Vegetable Oil <> Avocado oil, coconut oil, extra-virgin olive oil, ghee, grass-fed butter. t’s no secret that we should stay away from vegetable oils. Avocado, coconut, and olive oil are great oil swaps. Ghee (clarified butter) and grass-fed butter are also great alternatives!
- White Sugar <> Raw honey, pure maple syrup, coconut sugar. Stay away from refined white sugar! Go for a natural sweetener.
- Table Salt. Himalayan Sea Salt. Table salt is depleted of its natural minerals. Himalayan sea salt contains over 80 essential minerals needed for our body, and is a good source of magnesium!
- Ice Cream <> Banana Ice Cream. Ditch the sugar-packed ice cream for a frozen banana ice cream alternative. Simply blend a frozen banana in your high-speed blender until it reaches the texture of ice cream.
- White rice <> Cauliflower Rice. For a lighter meal, sub out white rice for cauliflower rice! Process cauliflower in your food processor until it becomes a rice texture.
- Crisps <> Kale Chips. Kale chips contain just 80 calories compared to 130 calories in the average packet of crisps. Plus, kale is full of vitamins A and C, folate and calcium.
- Sugar Coated Cereals <> Porridge Oats. Rolled oats are low in calories and rich in fiber to keep you feeling fuller for longer. They also promote weight loss around the belly area.
- Flavored yogurts <> Plain Yogurt with Fresh Fruit. Fruit flavoured yoghurts are often packed with sugar. Choosing plain yogurt saves you calories while fresh fruit adds antioxidants.
- Mashed Potato <> Mashed Cauliflower. Swap the carb-loaded mashed potato for lighter mashed cauliflower. This excellent source of vitamin C is delicious with a dollop of Greek yogurt.
- Sugar <> Cinnamon. Use cinnamon to spice up your morning coffee without adding calories. This healthy sugar alternative also balances blood sugar.
- A Bagel <> Brown Toast. One bagel can contain the caloric equivalent of five slices of brown toast! Opt for a slice of nutritious wholegrain toast to fill you up.
- Mayonnaise <> Mashed Avocado. Avocados contain half the calories and saturated fat content of mayonnaise. Plus, they are an excellent source of good omega-3 fats.
- A latte or Cappuccino <> An Americano. A simple Americano can save you hundreds of calories and provides more antioxidants. Add a small amount of low-fat milk if needed.