Nutrition
 

Fresh, good quality and healthy

Introduction
Our food is healthy as standard

At Supper we know the importance of eating a healthy and balanced diet as part of your busy daily life, but also appreciate how difficult it is to know exactly what you are eating. That's why all the dishes our chefs cook must meet our strict nutritional thresholds and we show you all the nutritional content, so you can order whatever you wish, safe in the knowledge that it not only tastes great, but is good for your body too.

Our Harley Street based nutritionist, Rhiannon Lambert, ensures all of our dishes only contain a maximum amount of calories, fat, salt and sugar. An excess in any of these can be detrimental to your health and it's important to enjoy all your food in correct moderation.

Our nutrition
We work it out so you can simply enjoy the food

A maximum for calories, fat, salt and sugar

No dish can make it onto the menu before passing our strict nutritional testing. We know exactly what ingredients are used, the quantity and how they are cooked to ensure that you can pick anything from Supper safe in the knowledge that it is good for you.

A maximum for calories, fat, salt and sugar

Categories for even healthier dishes

If you are looking to be even healthier or are following a particular diet plan, our icon system shows you what the dish contains and also if there is a specific health benefit attached. See below for a list of our icons and nutritional based categories.

Categories for even healthier dishes

Backed up by our Nutritionist

Our nutritionist, Rhiannon Lambert, founder of Rhitrition has built upon a wealth of knowledge having worked at a number of London's most renowned eateries, health boutiques and NHS hospitals. Rhiannon's research and practice centres around weight management and she regularly provides comments for national press. For any nutritional guidance, you can e-mail Rhiannon at info@rhitrition.co.uk

Backed up by our Nutritionist
Nutritional Information
 
Our nutritional based categories
  • Vegetarian

    The dish contains no meat or fish

  • Low Cal

    The dish contains less than 550 calories per serving

  • Vegan

    The dish contains no animal products at all

  • Low Sugar

    The dish contains less than 5g of sugar per 100g

  • Low Fat

    The dish contains less than 3g of saturated fat per 100g

  • Low Salt

    The dish contains less than 0.1g of sodium per 100g

A selection of some of our ingredients.
  • Meat

    The dish contains meat

  • Cheese

    The dish contains cheese - please be careful if you have allergies

  • Fish

    The dish contains fish

  • Dairy

    The dish contains dairy products - please be careful if you have allergies

  • Shellfish

    The dish contains shellfish - please be careful if you have allergies

  • Nuts

    The dish contains nuts - please be careful if you have allergies

Our nutritional thresholds
 
Eating nutritional food is important which is why all our dishes must meet our thresholds
  • Less than 825kcal

    Calories represent the amount of energy that you find in the food you eat. Eating too many calories may result in weight gain and too few may result in weight loss. It is also important to bear in mind the type of calories you are consuming. Calories should not be used in isolation in deciding whether a dish is healthy as 100 calories of broccoli will have a different effect on our body compared with the same amount of chocolate. Though everyone is different, the recommended intake of calories in a day is around 2,000 so with all our dishes having a maximum of 825, this will mean your Supper forms part of a balanced 3 meal daily intake.

  • No more than 5g of saturated fat per 100g

    Our brains are comprised of 60% circulating fatty acids which affects our brains ability to perform. We need fat to function but we need to make sure we are eating the right type of fat. Some foods contain good fats, such as nuts and seeds, but other fats can have potentially dangerous consequences, particularly to your risk of diabetes and cardiovascular health. Eating meals that are low in saturated fats will help you avoid developing serious health conditions and keep your heart healthy for longer.

  • Less than 1.5g of salt per 100g

    The health dangers of salt have been in the public domain for many years now and interestingly 75% of the salt we eat is already in the food we buy from shop shelves meaning you really do need to be aware of what you are adding. A diet too high in salt can cause elevated blood pressure which currently affects more than a third of adults in the UK.

  • A maximum of 22.5g of sugar per 100g

    A diet high in sugar has been confirmed to contribute to obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and many others. Sugar even ages us and depletes our nutrients, undoing all the hard work you may have made to be healthy throughout your day. Cutting down on your sugar intake often results in weight loss too if this is desired!

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