Coach shares her VERY simple ‘health hack’ for shaving 260 calories from a Guzman Y Gomez burrito: ‘You don’t even notice a difference’
- Health coach removes more than 200 calories from GYG burrito with one hack
- Bec Hardgrave substitutes rice for lettuce in her grilled chicken burrito order
- The ingredient swap results in a low carb meal that is packed with 42g of protein
- ‘It takes away 260 calories! Still just as delicious, packed with protein,’ Bec said
A health coach has revealed her favourite in-store ‘food hack’ that shaves more than 200 calories from a Guzman Y Gomez chicken burrito.
The ingredient swap eliminated 260 calories from the burrito.
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Bec Hardgrave , from Brisbane, simply substituted white rice for lettuce in her grilled chicken burrito order from the takeaway store and she instantly had a healthier alternative
The original burrito order contains more than 700 calories but with Bec’s order hack the meal is only 517 calories and comes packed with 42 grams of protein.
‘Order a grilled chicken burrito but sub the rice for lettuce, it takes away 260 calories, it’s still just as delicious and packed with protein,’ Bec said.
The health coach was ‘so full’ after eating the burrito and encouraged her huge following to test out the order hack.
Bec also told her followers that Guzman Y Gomez is her favourite takeaway of all time and that this order is her go-to.
She posted the calorie hack to TikTok and Instagram where many have left comments thanking her for the healthy order inspiration.
‘My lunch order! So bloody delicious,’ one follower wrote.
The original burrito order contains more than 700 calories but with Bec’s order hack the meal is only 517 calories and comes packed with 42 grams of protein
‘I do this and you can barley tell the difference! So good,’ another wrote.
‘Literally been obsessed with this since you first posted it! I get crazy cravings for it and have it like once a week,’ a foodie wrote.
‘I order this but in a bowl version and swap out the cheese. Helps lower the calorie count too,’ another suggested.