Simplifying Your Shopping List

May 5, 2020 at 1:23 am by

When you walk into a supermarket, it can feel overwhelming; especially if you’re trying to introduce more nutritious foods into your diet. From the moment you walk through the supermarket doors you are bombarded by choice, which can make it difficult to understand which brands and food choices are best for you and your goals. 

We have helped to cut down your core food selection by creating a product database to help you shop, below we provide a list of nutrient dense staple food items for your household. These selections are merely a suggestion and should not be chosen if you have any specific requirements, health concerns, illnesses or intolerances. 


Milk: Dairy Farmers Skim milk – 85 Cals per 250mL 

Yoghurt: Chobani Greek yoghurt- 57 Cals per 100g 

Peanut Butter: Mayvers Protein Peanut Butter- 111 Cals per tbsp

Rye Mountain Bread Wraps (for Females) – 69 Cals ea
Helga’s Traditional Wholemeal Wraps (for Males) – 203 Cals ea

Burgen Wholegrain & Oats Bread – 165 Cals for 2 Slices
OR Soy and Linseed Bread – 179 Cals for 2 Slices  

Cheese: Bega Tasty Cheese – 69 Cals per 25g 

Falafel: Yumi’s Classic Falafels – 175 Cals per Serve

Chocolate: Green and Blacks 85% Dark Chocolate – 190 Cals per Serve

Tomato Sauce: Rosella Tomato Sauce – 32 Cals per Serve