Save Money Lose Weight Episode 5 | ITV | Thurs 20 Feb 2020


Save Money Lose Weight returns with a new six-part series testing the very latest new diets and health trends for 2020.

In the fifth episode, the programme examines portion sizes. Over the last 25 years portions have increased by 100 per cent, as well as plate sizes. Dr Ranj checks out a breakfast buffet to see whether we really know how many calories we’re piling on our plates, while Sian looks at off-the-shelf portion control gadgets, including miniature cutlery to make us eat more slowly.

And two more dieters are nearing the end of their 28-day value for money trial as two more diets are put through their paces £ for lb. This week, The Metabolism Reset Diet, which claims that a detox for the liver can also help you lose weight, and Bosh! Healthy Vegan, which means ditching junk food and cooking from scratch, go under the microscope. With an enormous weight loss for one dieter, how will these two newcomers rank on the programme’s leaderboard?

After the nation’s festive blowout on food, drink and money, this series, presented by journalist Sian Williams and Dr Ranj Singh aims to help people achieve their New Year’s resolutions pound by pound, so they can shift the extra weight in lb – without shelling out too much in £.

This year 29 million people will be going on a diet – and the team road-tests 12 of the latest to see which will top the show’s leaderboard on value for money and weight loss.

The programme will again put the hottest diets of the moment through its ultimate value for money road test. This time 12 dieters will be put through their paces and matched to a different popular diet based on lifestyle and eating habits.

At the end of their 28-day trial the programme will reveal how much the dieters have lost and divide that into the total cost of their plan to reveal the pound-for-pound price for each diet. Then, in the series finale, all diets will be ranked on the programme’s Save Money leaderboard to find out which is the best at beating the bulge – without breaking the bank.

This is a Twofour production for ITV

Episode 5

Airdate: Thursday 20 February 2020 at 8.30pm on ITV.


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Episode 4

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July 2 @ 20:00
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