More food swaps

The concept of food swapping is a great one to adopt into your daily life. It allows you to add foods into your diet that you mightn’t normally have, rather than taking things away.

The following food swap table adds in healthy wholefoods to your diet:

White sugar, lollies, chocolate, fake sugary syrups and toppings Coconut sugar, stevia, rapadura sugar, raw maple syrup, raw honey
White breads Rye and sourdough breads
White rice Brown rice, quinoa and buckwheat
Coffee, tea, energy drinks Water, herbal teas, freshly squeezed juices and smoothies
Processed meats – ham, salami, sausages Lean grass fed meats and free range eggs
Mashed potatoes Make mash from sweet potatoes, celeriac, cauliflower, turnips and swedes.
Roll ups, muesli bars, snack foods Fresh fruit with natural yogurt, veggie sticks with hummus or other dip.