Off the Eaten Path Review *

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At Yeah Lifestyle, we are are into health products, clean living and products which are not tested on animals. So, we’d like to share with you a new healthy snack called Off the Eaten Path. Their snacks are made with real vegetables with no artificial preservatives, no artificial colouring or flavours. These snacks are also suitable for vegetarians. These crisps come in various flavours such as Cream and Cracked Black Pepper Crispy Rice & Pea Chips, Salt Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks, Onion and Balsamic Vinegar Crunchy Pea & Pinto Bean Sticks but we are only reviewing the Salt Crispy Rice & Pea Chips as we were sent these.

We tasted the rice and pea chips and thought it tasted light and great when craving for non healthy food. It was not greasy and moreish…we could not stop ourselves. The best part? The chips did not taste salty at all and the kids enjoyed eating it. Here’s a close up photo of the chips.

The Company, Off the Eaten Path has teamed up with Fitness Guru, Chiara Pellegrino to encourage everyone to step away from the mundane treadmill and be adventurous with their exercise routine. So here are Chiara’s Top Tips for Adventuring into a New Fitness Routine:

1. Pick an activity you enjoy.

If you do not like the exercise you are doing, it is hard to keep it up. Think about the activities you enjoy the most, like walking, exercising with a video, dancing, biking, or taking a class. If you are already active, think about what types of activity sounds fun to experience. Kayaking or rock climbing … It’s time to let your adventurous self-come out!

2. Start slowly

If you have never been active and you want to start with 1 hour a day every day – It’s unlikely that will work and you will burn out very quickly.

Start with 30 minutes of exercise per day, 2/3 days a week. Make sure you warm up and cool down properly every time to avoid injuries that could lead you off track. Add a daily 15-minute walk during your lunch break or after dinner.

3. Be adventurous

Try a new activity each day, even things that you never considered you would be good at, like dancing or gardening to find out what you enjoy most. There are more and more fitness boutiques opening in London with new and fun class formats. Get adventurous and explore different things each week.

4. Make it social

You can make your fitness schedule an excuse to be more social! Involve your friends in physical activity to have fun, spend quality time together, and stay on track.

Meet a friend for workouts or to book together such as a charity walk or jog, that you need training for. Join a class or sports club where people count on you to show up.

5. Reward yourself

Set goals for yourself on a regular basis and reward yourself for hitting them! Think of rewards that may motivate you to do even more, like taking a relaxing hot bath or shower, enjoying a snack such as Off The Eaten Path, joining a new exercise class or getting yourself new active wear. Or just having tasty snacks to hand every time to refuel after your workout.

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About Off The Eaten Path:

The new snacks provide a source of fibre, contain no artificial colours or preservatives, and are made from ingredients such as rice, green peas, pinto beans and white beans. Every snack is then seasoned with either simple sea salt, sour cream and cracked black pepper, or caramelised onion and balsamic vinegar flavouring for a delicious snack.

 

How much are the chips sold for?

The recommended retail prices are £1 for individual packs and £2.25 for sharing packs.

 

Where can you purchase the crisps?

You can get them from the following stores:

  • Sainsbury’s
  • Ocado
  • WHS Smiths

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