The choc fest is almost upon us and many I know will be visiting or hosting friends and family over this holiday time. Our latest Easter Newsletter (see here) will have given many of you some ideas for everyday and special eating as well as tips for making the most of this special time but
GUEST POST: The truth is that protein is the number 1 essential to our bariatric diet. But how much should you be consuming? And what foods should you eat to get your optimum protein intake? Here’s a list that’ll answer some of these questions, and a few more besides.
I’ve been away from home for the last week and boy have I noticed the difference with my eating. I have always maintained that with planning and resourcefulness you can find things and places to eat on the road. I still think so for a limited time … but it becomes trying after day
Lots of people seemed to enjoy my posting on sweet potato toast (see here) which is good because this latest nutritional trend means you can have your old bread favourites in a new healthier fashion. Many are not just tinkering with it for breakfast but also having it for lunch or dinner. Here it’s
PETRIFYING PUMPKINS! The clock is ticking and Hallow’een is slowly creeping closer. So too are those sweet/candy treats …. STEP AWAY! I don’t want to be a fun-stripper, party-pooper or worse, but trust me … once the sampling begins it’s hard to stop. From now until Christmas there will be a whole