A bag of Chips ‘n Chips snacks might sound like a pretty innocuous snack, but if you’re a bit overweight and unhealthy, you might find yourself taking it as a treat.
Here are the rules when it comes to snacks and chips, and the dangers that lie within.
When should I take a snack?
If you’re overweight and unhealthy and you can’t keep up with the food you’re eating, take a bite out of a snack, rather than a bag.
A bag will only contain a few bits of food, but it can contain a lot more than you think.
If a snack is filling and it’s a bit on the pricey side, consider taking a snack as a reward.
If you’re looking for a quick snack or a quick treat, take the chips and snack in the same amount of time you’d eat the whole bag.
What if I take too much?
You should only take a handful of chips and a few chips and one snack at a time, unless you’re at a restaurant.
It may seem like a good idea, but don’t be tempted to take too many of them at once.
You can always take a small portion or two, but you’ll probably need to keep a portion handy at all times.
The number of chips you need can also be a useful indicator of how much you need to eat to stay in shape.
Where to buy chips and snacks When to take them?
You can buy a bag or two of snacks for as little as £1.25.
It’s important to remember that you don’t need to buy a whole bag of snacks as this won’t necessarily be enough to satisfy your craving.
Instead, buy snacks in your favourite stores.
How to get around the rules of the road It’s perfectly fine to take any of the following actions while you’re in the shop: talking to other shoppers