Weight loss: Fast food addict loses weight by cutting down on common food ‘you don’t want’

Nutritionist Kate Llewellyn-Waters advised Jackie to read what’s on the label and to check “if there’s any extra added sugar, any salt, trans fats… just check your labels”.

When looking at a package of pre-made potato mash Jackie had at home, Kate said: “It does have mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, which is a trans fat and these are processed fats you don’t want. And a lot of of countries have actually banned trans fats.”

One of the best ways to reduce processed fats and salt intake but also cut artificial flavours from your diet is by using natural herbs and spices.

This allowed her to flavour her food naturally.

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