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Eat, Shop, Save

  • Episode: 

    3 of 4

  • Transmission (TX): 

    Thu 09 Aug 2018
  • TX Confirmed: 

    Yes
  • Time: 

    7.30pm - 8.00pm
  • Week: 

    Week 32 2018 : Sat 04 Aug - Fri 10 Aug
  • Channel: 

    ITV
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Series overview
 
Consumer advice series Eat, Shop, Save returns to ITV for a brand new series with presenter Ranvir Singh joined by chef and nutritionist Dale Pinnock, savvy shopper Kate Hardcastle MBE and fitness consultant Tom Pitfield.
 
The Eat, Shop, Save team will once again offer families around the UK advice on how to change their lifestyle to help get them fitter, eat better and save money on their shopping.
 
At a time of rising inflation, with families feeling burned out, when weekly grocery budgets are being stretched by high prices at the checkouts, and with the UK being the most overweight country in Western Europe, Ranvir and her team of experts meet a new family each week, who are facing a range of issues. 
 
In each half-hour episode, Ranvir sets the families an eight-week challenge, with the experts on hand to offer tips along the way. The first series saw an average of three million people tune in hoping to gain useful tips to improve their lifestyles.
 
The second series features a family living off ultra-processed food, a dad hooked on sugary energy drinks, an overweight single mum worried her bad habits will affect her children’s health, and a family afraid of using their freezer.
 
Episode 3
 
As family budgets (and waistbands) get tighter, this is the series that sets families an eight week challenge to eat better, get fitter and save money. 
 
This week presenter Ranvir Singh and her team of experts are in the North West with the Green family. Mum Beccy is worried the food she’s giving her kids could be doing some serious long term damage and she also needs help to cut down on her five-times-a-week supermarket habit.