Chicken & Bacon Pesto served on the Bariatric Portion Plate with Bariatric Portion Cutlery This is a dish that I often make if dining alone (or don’t wish to eat what others are having) and there’s an even simpler version of it (minus the bacon) in my latest book ‘The Bariatric Bible’ (details here)
It’s rare to find anyone who didn’t enjoy a burger or meatloaf pre-op and, if they did, more unusual to find they don’t miss them post-op! I wasn’t a fast-food fan or should I say fast-food-outlet regular visitor, but I did prepare home-made burgers and meatloaves for a few family meals. I still do, but
Eggs are my go-to food for much of the day. I love them at breakfast time (scrambled or baked); fall back on them for a packed lunch (often as a salad mixture); frequently dine on them for a main meal (as a frittata or omelette); and are my fail-safe snack when hunger genuinely strikes.
Cold winds and searingly freezing temperatures are hitting both sides of the pond at the moment and many of us need to fashion a warm meal or two from our storecupboard standbys. This is something I often do at this time of the year – making meals out of the remnants of a New
It would appear that if you are on a calorie controlled diet that it might be best to have most of those calories at the start of the day. For scientists have found that obese women who had a big breakfast and a light dinner lost more weight than those who did the reverse.