SAVE Money: Good Health continues tonight as the diet comparison show resumes its quest to make you lighter without doing the same to your bank account.
Here’s all you need to know about the novel healthy-eating series…
When does Save Money: Good Health start on ITV?
Save Money: Good Health continues at 7.30pm tonight (Tuesday October 10).
The show is preceded by Emmerdale at 7pm.
It lasts for 30 minutes and is followed by Robson Green’s Coastal Lives.
What is Save Money: Good Health all about?
Mixing factual analysis with a TV experiment, the show aims to find out which “off the shelf” diets are the best value for money.
Six overweight Brits will be put on six of these diets for a period of 28 days.
Then, the amount they spend will be compared to how much weight they lose, in order to work out which diet is the best deal – in terms of cash saved and weight lost.
The diets that will be tested in the show are Diet Book by Tom Kerridge, Slimming Club by Slimming World, the On-line Meal Replacement by Exante, the Weight Watchers diet, Juicing Reboot With Joe Cross and the Jane plan of Home Delivery Meals.
The results of the diets will be revealed in the show.
Who is hosting Save Money: Good Health?
The presenters in charge of finding out the truth behind the diet fads are Sian Williams and Dr Ranj Singh, the resident This Morning medic.
Welsh presenter Sian is known for her work presenting BBC news programmes including BBC Breakfast and Sunday Morning Live – plus Crimewatch and 5 News At 5.