Old-timers to the website will know that I often suggest a low-fat cooking spray in my recipes for spritzing or spraying cookware or food prior to cooking or baking. I have often in the past used a ready-made spray (like Frylight or Pam) but now often use one that I make myself. Why? well it’s
GUEST POST: Many of us have been swerving the bread basket for years under the misguided belief that we’re doing our waistlines a favour. Registered dietitian, Sue Baic takes a look at the humble loaf and its much maligned nutritional status. It may surprise you but bread is the most popular food in the UK.
Our dietitian friends Lisa & Monica at Bariatric Surgery Nutrition who have contributed frequently to bariatriccookery.com are about to publish their new book that covers a multitude of questions relating to weight-loss surgery. I have been fortunate enough to see it in advance and can say without hesitation it will be so valuable to both
Which one of these is you? Do you pile your plate high – or go for modest helpings? Chances are your portion sizes are less to do with your actual hunger – and more about your habits. GUEST POST: Many of us routinely eat far too much. We look at the big issue of portion
GUEST POST: Laughing Cow spreadable cheese triangles versus Philadelphia cream cheese? Is there really a difference? What about harder cheeses? Many of our patients seem to often choose the creamier spreadable cheeses after WLS or bariatric surgery. But are they the best options? Let’s go through the nutrition facts together. We’ve also added in