Vegetarian and Vegan eating has become something of a thing at the moment (or maybe you are are calling it the more trendy ‘plant-based’ eating?) I think it can at times be quite challenging. I especially think that trying to adhere to a Vegan diet in particular is more than trying. I therefore
Many of you old timers to Bariatric Cookery (and some of you new to the website) will know that I don’t make a fanfare of many products that come my way. Especially if they promise great taste with low calories, low fats, low sugar and ease of use (a very big ask). Coupled with
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: 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
Those of you who follow me on Facebook and Twitter will have noticed recently that I have been posting regularly on Instagram. I am loving this new social media vehicle and it gives me a great opportunity to show you the kind of foods that I eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack.