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WILDFIT Substitutions List


WILDFIT is ultimately a few principals that you can use to guide you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle.

We don’t want to suffocate you with a bunch of rules that make it difficult for you to succeed.

Sometimes you just need a simple key to help make these healthier decisions a reality.

Which is why we created a WILDFIT substitution list for you. If there’s something you want to eat, that’s not “good for you”, we have an alternative.

You can find links to the resources and recipes for almost all of the items on the list.

P.S. Craving pizza? See point 15!

WILDFIT Substitution List:

  1. Rice: Cauliflower rice
  2. Noodles and pasta: Zucchini noodles, carrot noodles, kelp noodles, sweet potato noodles, cabbage noodles, butternut squash noodles, shirataki noodles, spaghetti squash
  3. Ketchup: Homemade ketchup
  4. Chips and dip: Sliced vegetables with hummus or guacamole
  5. Bread: Nuts and seeds bread
  6. Milk: Unsweetened coconut milk and almond milk
  7. Refined sugar: Honey, dates
  8. Cookies: Oatmeal cookies and shortbread cookies
  9. Oils: Coconut oil, olive oil
  10. Pancakes: Banana pancakes
  11. Buns: Cauliflower buns
  12. Tortillas: Cauliflower tortillas and lettuce wraps
  13. Toast: Sweet potato toast
  14. Chips: Kale chips and cucumber chips
  15. Pizza crust: Cauliflower pizza crust
  16. Ice cream: Coconut ice cream

Anything we’re missing? Comment below!

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15 thoughts on “WILDFIT Substitutions List”

  1. For chips and dip, I have found that cucumbers and salsa really does the trick (peppers are even better but they are more of a treat than a regular thing.

    1. Not the ones I’ve seen, usually coconut yoghurts should just be made of coconut milk and fermenting cultures, which are natural.

      There are also yoghurts made of cashew, almond and oat milk (but not sure if oat milk qualifies for WF)

    1. Hi, Helend! Just seeing this.. there is a brand called Nutiva that makes an organic, butter-flavored coconut oil.. it’s quite lovely..

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