10 cal fruit jelly one of the snack lowest in sugar and calories, also suitable for vegetarian

One of the first snack alternative I usually discuss with patients is this one:

The low sugar Jelly


  • Suitable for vegetarian, which means is suitable for lot of different dietary choices that could be due to religion or ethic reasons, but I would recommend to always double check the label to confirm this.

  • Flexible to mix with other products like yogurt or even ice cream, to still have something that you like but with a considerable reduced amount of sugars and calories

  • Easy to transport as a snack when you are out to avoid a high in calories snacks from the shop

  •  Doesn't require any preparation at all


There are different brands let's see the differences:

  1. Hartley's 10 cal jelly:
Calories: between 5 and 10 calories depending on the flavour

Sugar: 0.1 gr

Fat:  0.1 gr

Protein: 0.1 gr

- Lime
- Mango
- Orange
- Blueberry
- Cranberry
- Raspberry
- Strawberry
- Watermelon
- Lemon Cheesecake

Extra tip: just pay attention to not confuse with the 50 calories or over made by the same brand 

    2.  Asda low cal jelly:

Calories: between ZERO and 5 calories, so even lower than the branded one!

Sugar: between ZERO and 0.5 gr depending on the flavour

Fat:  none

Protein: none

- Orange
- Raspberry
- Strawberry
- Blackcurrant 

Extra tip: there are less flavour choices but if you are fine with that this option is cheaper as a own groceries brand and also lower in calories 


Popular posts from this blog

Bulgur, what is it, where to use it and nutritional value

Comparison between different type of milk: Cow's, A2, B.O.B. Hemp, Soya, Almond, Oat and Rice

How to reduce Fructose in your daily intake if needed (due to intolerance or restrictions for instance) and fruit naturally high and low in fructose