GUEST POST: Food should be seen as fuel, but also a pleasure. And when is food a more essential part of our enjoyment and pleasure than over the festive season! So – the last thing you want to be doing is counting the calories in your Christmas dinner (not much pleasure in that). To help you,
GUEST POST: It is no secret that the holiday season revolves around food. Rich festive foods absolutely have their place during the holidays, but when it comes to host/hostess gifts this year, we want to challenge you to opt for gifts that are a bit more frugal in terms of calories! We all know that
Some say it with chocolates, some with champagne and yet both might not be quite right for the bariatric. Flowers always do it for me and I have enjoyed a day pass to a special spa with Mr B as a Valentine treat. This year I’m planning a special meal for both of us.
The scariest part of Hallowe’en isn’t the ghoulish masks and the frightening costumes, it’s the sweet and candy binge that often accompanies it! According to some new stats your kid’s trick-or-treat bag could now contain 4,800 calories with some 700 g/3 cups sugar in it! Now that is SCARY… So how about
We had great fun earlier in the month choosing small gifts for our Advent Calendar (see here) but there were a few that were deemed too large or a little too pricey to put behind closed doors. These we thought would be better suited to being stocking fillers or secret santa gifts. So here