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An NHS nutritionist has shared her top tips to help you save at the supermarket. Watch here:
Nichola Ludlam-Raine, based near Leeds, has worked for the NHS for more than 10 years and has amassed more than 35,000 followers on Instagram, where she shares nutrition advice.
With many of us feeling the pinch at the moment, she's imparted some of her wisdom to help you save money and time in the supermarket, while also cutting down on food waste and plastic packaging.
A rundown of the 34-year-old's twelve top tips reads as follows:
Hopefully those pointers come in handy.
But if you're looking to spend more time and money at the supermarket, all you have to do is the exact opposite of what Nichola advises - only buy premium and fresh produce, do not plan and make sure you're starving, ideally drunk too.
But yes, Nichola's way is ultimately more sensible and sustainable, so perhaps just follow her advice.
You can find more of her nutrition advice here.
It's small savings like these which helped young couple Callie O'Grady, 23, and Karl, 28, save £20,000 to put towards their mortgage deposit last year.
Earlier this month they shared some saving tips.
Callie said: "I would budget at the start of every month how much I could save from my salary and then put this into a locked savings account each month, so I could not touch it, unless absolutely necessary.
"Thanks to my money-saving swaps, I've saved £10,000 in just 12 months, and so has my partner."
Another of their tips was to cut down on trips to coffee shops.
Callie - who used to go to her local coffee shop three times a week - said: "I bought my favourite coffee syrup from Amazon and began making my iced lattes from home.
"This saved me £10.50 per week, totalling £550 over 12 months."
Find out more of their tips here.
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