Fitness coach Sophie Guidolin shares her go-to KFC order and diet approach she follows

A leading fitness trainer has revealed his favorite KFC order under 400 calories, and all you have to do to replicate it is leave out one condiment from your order.

Mother-of-four Sophie Guidolin, 33, from the Gold Coast, said she ordered the Zinger burger without mayo, cutting the dish from 408 calories to 380.

Bod’s founder says the healthy takeaway is a calorie-smart way to satisfy cravings, and fits the ‘flexible diet’ lifestyle he endorses.

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Fitness trainer Sophie Guidolin reveals her order when she wants to shoot, but doesn't want to 'blow her macros'

Fitness trainer Sophie Guidolin reveals her order when she wants to shoot, but doesn’t want to ‘blow her macros’

The mother-of-four ordered a Zinger burger without the mayo

The dish has only 380 calories and is a healthy choice

The mother-of-four ordered a Zinger burger without the mayo. The dish has only 380 calories and is a healthy choice

‘Ever get stuck going out and crave takeaway?’ maybe he said when he shared his top tip to satisfy cravings ‘without blowing your macros’.

‘Today I want to show you what I ordered at KFC, my favorite burger under 400 calories.’

‘The order was the Zinger burger without the mayo, it was delicious. It contains only 380 calories. This is a cheap option for KFC.’

The $6.45 spicy KFC burger usually consists of chicken breast fillets topped with Zinger relish, lettuce and mayo.

Sophie advocates a 'flexible diet' in her own life as well as fitness plans for others, rather than a strict approach.

Sophie advocates a ‘flexible diet’ in her own life as well as fitness plans for others, rather than a strict approach.

The fitness trainer says adopting a flexible diet ‘really changed’ his life and he now puts together a fitness plan designed for others.

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Flexible diets allow people to have more freedom in their food choices while still meeting their personalized macronutrient targets, which should encourage a more sustainable weight loss routine and a healthier attitude to dieting.

Their followers love the takeaway hack and ask for more ordering tips for their favorite restaurants

Their followers love the takeaway hack and ask for more ordering tips for their favorite restaurants

Fans loved the advice and immediately asked for more tips on how to hack takeaway and make it healthy, requesting orders for Subway, Nando’s, McDonald’s, Guzman y Gomez, and sushi.

But not everyone was impressed by the fact Sophie took the mayo from her order.

‘I’d rather eat a dry wall thanks,’ one man said.

But another woman said she ‘always’ orders a burger without mayo and then adds her own mayo and siracha at home.

What is a fitness trainer’s favorite healthy ‘fakeaway’ recipe?

Healthier McChicken Aioli Wrap (283 Calories)

* To make the sauce, mix 15g mayonnaise, 15g plain Greek yogurt and 1/2 tsp Garlic Lovers seasoning.

* Cook chicken breast in airfryer

* Add the sauce to the whole meal wrap with the lettuce, then add the chicken and tomatoes

Dominos Burger Pizza dupe (529 Calories)

* Using Lebanese bread as a pizza base, add 50g of pasta sauce, 30g of grated cheese, 100% 5 percent beef mince fat, 30g of pickles, one slice of smoky cheese and bake for 10 minutes at 180 degrees.

* Make a secret burger sauce using 20g mayo, 10g ketchup, 5g American Mustard, 5g Pickle Relish and white vinegar, drizzle over cooked pizza.

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Bacon & Egg McGriddle Fakeaway (419 Calories)

* Mix 60 ml of sugar-free pancake mix with 50 ml of buttermilk and 1/2 cup of water.

* Fry the dough in a round mold, add two drops of maple syrup to each pan

* Grill 40g of short cut pork

* Mix one whole egg, and one egg white and fry it like an omelette

* Put one pan on a plate, fold the egg and add it, add bacon and one slice of smokey cheese, then top the dish with the second pan.

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Earlier, the Australian health coach revealed exactly how to make KFC supercharged sliders at home using frozen chicken from Woolies and homemade sauce.

Brisbane’s Bec Hardgrave discovered that Tegel Takeouts Louisiana-style chicken burgers were the perfect dupe for KFC’s chicken, but the product has become hard to find since the secret got out.

They add chicken burgers, shredded lettuce and KFC DIY supercharged sauce to mini wraps to create the popular sliders.

A Brisbane-based health coach has created a version

A Brisbane-based health coach has created an “unreal” version of KFC’s popular supercharged sliders (pictured)

Fitness trainer Bec Hardgrave uses Tegel Takeouts Louisiana-style chicken burgers that are popular for $14

He adds a slice of burger to a white mini wrap with a slice of lettuce and a house-made supercharged sauce.

Fitness trainer Bec Hardgrave uses Tegel Takeouts Louisiana-style chicken burgers that are popular for $14.

To make an ‘unreal’ 223 calorie fakeaway, first cook the Tegel chicken in the airfryer then mix 15 grams of light mayo and 5 grams of chilli sauce and add it to the mini white wrap.

Then add the lettuce, cut the cooked chicken into tenders and put 70 grams into the package. Get involved and enjoy.

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The original supercharged slider costs $2.95 and contains chicken tenders, lettuce and supercharged sauce wrapped in warm flatbread. The product contains 269 calories.

KFC dishes also have BBQ flavor and mayo flavor.

The burger costs $14 for 600 grams, but is almost impossible to find in Woolworths stores or online.

The burger costs $14 for 600 grams, but is almost impossible to find in Woolworths stores or online.

‘If you guys have had this fillet at Woolworths that tastes exactly like KFC, then I’ve got another fakeaway menu item for you,’ the health coach said.

Bec previously said the burger ‘tastes like KFC, but better,’ giving it a 20/10 rating.

Tegel Takeouts’ Louisiana-style chicken burger has been a cult favorite since it came out as a KFC chicken dupe, and The $14 New Zealand product is currently popular and out of stock online and in many Woolworths.

Bec’s followers were eager to try the dish but were frustrated by the burger’s unavailability.

‘These burgers are hard to find! Sold out north of Melbourne,’ one woman said.

‘Patty is amazing. Everyone is in them though and with them half price last week they are very hard to find,’ people commented.

‘My husband and I have been trying for 4 weeks to get this locally and it’s either sold out or out of stock,’ said the frustrated woman.

But shoppers who have been able to find the burger have been impressed.

‘I’m having a burger tonight! It tastes exactly like KFC,” said a woman.



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