It’s the start of half-term here in the UK which means I shall have a number of visitors over the coming two weeks (often with little ones in tow) who will, if previous years have anything to go by, welcome a biscuit or cookie during their stay. I have a cat-shaped (don’t ask!) cookie jar
Further to my blog yesterday, saying we’d take a look at some other dietary regimes out there that may (or may not) help WLS patients, here’s a resumé of one that may have caught your eye. My son-in-law (not a wls patient) has enjoyed particular success with the Bulletproof Diet and so I have been
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I have little trouble with breakfast – weekday or weekend, early rise or late slumber – I’m ready to eat! I often have eggs, sometimes porridge/oatmeal, occasionally cereal and now and again go for the ‘Full English’. More often than not I root around the refrigerator and look at what dairy I have and then
I have been away from home the last few days staying in a different location to one I am familiar with – this brought some unexpected new experiences of food choice when you live nearer to a lively urban environment. I enjoyed some fabulous Indian tiffin-box food; a few slices of artisan bread baked with