GUEST POST: Any serial dieter will tell you to steer clear of the dairy cabinet. It’s full of saturated fat that will play havoc with heart and waistline. Opt instead for low-fat processed spreads,skimmed milks and fat-free cheeses. Big mistake. Fat is not the villain we once thought it was. There is no doubt
I often ask at Support Group meetings and also on Forums what kind of recipes you would like and the answer is often for something simple. Many newbies also say that the soft or puréed stage of eating is tricky and they would like more help with ideas and recipes for this ‘amber’ stage.
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 adore lamb, cooked pink, slow-cooked until tender, and grilled or barbecued until charred on the edges – in other words in all its guises! I frequently pop a boned piece of lamb or neck fillet in my shopping basket (and also freeze away some bargains whenever I see them). It means I can
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.