"If you're trying to lose weight and live in Australia, what I'm about to show you is going to be an absolute game changer," the Gold Coast trainer who goes by therealfreezma began the video telling his 55,500 followers.
Watch the video above.
The fitness guru then revealed the secret snack in question is Woolworths' Yum Cha Japanese Pork Gyoza, which you can buy for $6 for a packet of ten.
In the clip, Freezma showed the nutritional label on the back of the product as he explained the gyozas are high in protein and low in calories.
"You can eat this whole pack of gyozas – all ten of them – for only 320 calories and hit 28 grams of protein!" he shared in the video that has now gathered 1.4 million views.
The personal trainer then shared his recommendations for when Aussies looking to lose weight can eat the delicious, affordable snack.
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"Great for a snack or even a lunch meal," he wrote in the video caption. "You'd be shocked how filling these are!"
"Sometimes if I want to save more calories for my evenings/dinner I will have these lunch and be left with so many calories for the rest of the day."
The video has gathered almost 800 comments, with some Aussies sharing how they have now incorporated the product into their diet.
"I have started eating these every day now," one person shared.
"Love my gyozas staple in my diet. lost 15 kg so far," another revealed. "I add them in low sodium broth with heaps of green leafy veg for a longer fuller feeling."
However, not everyone was in agreement that the Woolies gyozas are the 'healthiest' snack to be eating on the daily.
Many were quick to point out the gyozas are high in sodium so should only be eaten "in moderation."
According to the nutritional label, the Yum Cha Japanese Pork Gyoza contain 875 milligrams of sodium per 100 grams and 218.8 milligrams per serving.
A student dietitian commented on the video, warning the gyozas are "incredibly dangerous for those with hypertension."
The student explained the daily recommended intake of sodium is 2000 milligrams, adding that "1 packet and that's your days max intake."
Another user shared a dietary warning for Aussies considering buying the gyozas that "'flavour enhancer 621' is rebranded MSG which some may be intolerant to."