Fried Egg on Parmesan Crisp ‘Toast’ served on Bariatric Portion Plate with Bariatric Portion Control Cutlery Who doesn’t like egg on toast? Not many since it’s a surprisingly great match made-in-heaven for an instant breakfast, brunch or dinner meal. But post-WLS many shun or can’t tolerate the bread or toast element and so feel confined
The pic above is how I imagine my Bank Holiday might be – the reality is somewhat different! I do have a soft-top car but that’s where the similarities end … (actually I do have a rug, radio, pair of wellies and hamper but they don’t generally have an outing all together – maybe they
Left or right? Chocolate or natural? Treat or main-stay? Your choice … You won’t find us saying yeah or nay, nor offer any judgemental high-handed notion about abstaining from or foregoing these holiday time edible pleasures. We realise that you’re grown up and can make ‘adulty’ decisions! But
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.