I’ve met many a WLS patient who claims to have trouble tolerating bread but can manage a small wholemeal wrap or pitta pocket. Light on carbs and fats they are often the modern and versatile way to enjoy high protein fillings for those with a busy lifestyle or who need to take a packed lunch
Are your picnics all posh hampers and nutritious, meticulously prepared home-cooked food in sunny, flower-filled fields? Nope? Well join the Bariatric Cookery Club because it’s a rare day when ours are too. If we’ve got a time alert then maybe we’ll start a day ahead – we’ll have a go at curating
This last week life has been a picnic! I’ve been out and about quite a lot on the road for work; visiting some newsworthy attractions for inspiration; and generally taking some time out. I learnt the lesson again, and fairly quickly, that many venues and road-side stop-offs just don’t cut it for bariatric eating.
Am I the only person to stand in the supermarket aisle with little time to spare and not too much of an idea what to throw on the table for an evening meal after a busy day? Thought not … and yet I have to hand a plethora of recipes at my fingertips but they often
Cloud bread … something of a new internet sensation judging from the number of hits it has got and the flurry of emails I have seen about it. So what is it? Is it just a lot of hot air? Well, deemed a light fluffy bread made from just 3 ingredients, and definitely low