Our CEO's Tips For Making Your Shopping Trips Healthier

If you find you have all the good intentions of eating healthy but still end up leaving the supermarket with that extra few treats like ice cream, a bag of lollies and a block of chocolate, then it’s time you revaluate your shopping habits.

I know first hand it can be difficult to avoid temptation while doing the your shopping, especially when your favourite snack food has an eye catching half price sticker calling your name, but it’s possible!

Find out my top tips for making your shopping trips healthier so you can keep your diet on track.



The aisles of the supermarket are where the high sugar, high sodium and high calorie food items hide. By avoiding the aisles of the supermarket and sticking to shopping around the edges you immediately eliminate that temptation.

Shop for your fresh produce, meat and dairy products in the outer ring of the store and only venture into the aisles when you need something specific.



You’ve probably heard this one before but it’s true!

Never go shopping on an empty stomach, you’re more likely to pick up those quick energy release foods and snacks which do no favours for your waistline.

If you’re hungry and about to head out the door, grab a piece of fruit with your reusable bags.

Trust me, it makes a difference.



We know there are hundreds of products claiming to be healthy options or to help you lose weight but are they truly good options?

The answer is unfortunately usually no.

A lot of packaged products that claim to be “light” or “fat-free” actually contain more sugar than the standard product. This is because by removing the fat, you remove a lot of the flavour which then has to be replaced with sugar. 

Just because its in the "healthy" section does not mean its good for you!



When you’re looking to decide which product is a healthier option, don’t just compare calories, compare ingredients.

So much food is packed with saturated fats and sugars which don’t provide your body with the nutrients it needs to perform its best. So, when you’re choosing a food item, make sure you take a second look. 



Although checking ingredients is important, checking calorie content still has its place in making healthier shopping choices.

So, if you’re comparing the calorie content between brands, compare the “per 100g” calories or kilojoules as servings sizes do vary from brand to brand, this goes for food and protein shakes.

Factor this in with the number of ingredients and total sugar content in order to find the healthier choice.



Eat healthier and feel your best with Shredders Nutrition.

Shredders Nutrition has a range of super delicious whey and vegan protein powders that can be used as a high protein snack, post workout shake and for cooking. On top of the shakes we also have a variety of super yummy bake at home mixes from brownies, a delicious choc mud cake and Reese's inspired cup cakes and juicy collagen loaded gummy bears each with the nutrition your body needs and your cravings desire.


Very helpful tips that actually make sense

Rebecca August 19, 2021

When you read it all it all sounds so basic but it’s so true

Tayla August 19, 2021

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