Healthiest cooking oil
Following the Government’s recent Better Health strategy encouraging the country to lose weight to help reduce the effects of coronavirus and protect the NHS, a switch from a poured oil to Frylight enables you to live a healthier life – with no compromise.
The British Heart Foundation advise replacing poured cooking oils with a spray oil alternative to help reduce saturated fat intake too.
A low calorie cooking spray is one of the healthiest cooking oils for you. When compared to a tablespoon of pouring oil, Frylight has 95% less fat and over 100 fewer calories*.
Enabling healthier eating conversations
Recommending a switch to Frylight for those trying to lose weight can be invaluable.
Our 1 calorie cooking sprays enable people to continue to cook the meals they love, avoiding difficult to follow or unpalatable diets.
The health benefits of using a spray oil such as Frylight as part of a sensible diet can be life-changing; it can help to prevent conditions like heart disease, cancer, and Type 2 diabetes too.
The Frylight expert panel
Frylight has recruited leading media medic Dr Sarah Jarvis and dietitian, consultant and nutritionist Helen Bond to compile easy-to-digest guidance and top tips sheets that can be downloaded and printed as handouts for your patients.
By working with our experts, we’re offering practical and consumer-friendly advice for making easy, low calorie swaps to reduce the fat and calorie content in everyday meals.
*Frylight contains at least 30% fewer calories and 30% less fat than regular oils and dispenses 1kcal/0.1g fat per spray. 5 sprays of Frylight (0.5g fat/5kcal) can replace 1 tablespoon of normal oil (15g fat/120kcal) in shallow frying.
Please select your area of work below to access material that enables healthier eating conversations.
Helen Bond, Dietician, Consultant Nutritionist BSc (Hons), SRD, MBDA
Helen, like the 19th century German philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach, truly believes that "You are what you eat".
Helen is passionate about food, home cooking (especially on her beloved Aga!), and the impact it can have on peoples' health, but Helen is also a realist and her philosophy is to provide nutritional advice that is based on sound science, yet is practical, simple and realistic for today's busy lifestyles.
Follow Helen on Twitter @helenbond1
Dr Sarah Jarvis MD
Dr Sarah Jarvis is a GP based in London who also works with the media to promote health generally. She is the health and medical reporter for The One Show, a regular guest on The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio Two and is a clinical consultant for health website Patient UK.
Follow Sarah on Twitter @DrSarahJarvis