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What's your biggest dinner challenge? (Comments & Reviews) (Page 1)


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I only eat breakfast cereal ( BARE NAKED) it is just oats barley low fat, low carbs one of the different kinds has 14g of protein and low sugars, lots of nuts and cranberries!! I eat just a little more than 1/4 cup with 2 cups skim milk, sometimes I may have a banana or a small hand full of grapes. I don't get hungry again til around 8 or 9 PM. I NEVER eat fast food, never drink pop, never junk food.. The deal is I have multiple sclerosis and the only symptom is severe burning on the soles of both feet. So working out is hard for me. Over the past 10 mo.'s I have lost 30 pounds and I needed to!!! And that was without any exercising. The other problem with MS comes fatigue. Don't know when to stop sometimes and I will have to pay for it. I lived in Denver for 25 years (married & divorced) He left me one day, all with no discussion, he grabbed his stuff and was gone to go live in the basement of his parents. He was 41 years old. SORRY, I did not mean to get so carried away. Where I was going with that is I thought I needed to be near family. So I had 3 states to choose from, I went to Texas the worst place to go, as heat is the worst for people with MS so some times I don't get out for days!! So, do you have any suggestions for me???
Thank you so very much!! Sincerely, Ronda (Oh, I am 58 years old) I feel like 26, when I'm pretty good. I am a registered nurse BSN. AND I CAN NOT WORK, THAT MAKES ME SAD. I AM VERY BLESSED!! And God bless you!

Anonymous

08/01/2010 - 9:08pm

Making recipes that watch the calories/fat/carbs for two. Mjost recipes are for large amounts.

Anonymous

08/01/2010 - 1:47pm

Not overeating.

Anonymous

08/01/2010 - 6:46am

My biggest dinner challenge is cooking dinner someone who's not watching their diet and wants unhealthy food.

Anonymous

07/30/2010 - 7:32pm

Having the energy to make it.

Anonymous

07/30/2010 - 2:45pm

MY MAIN CONCERN IS MONEY. I AM ON A VERY LIMITED BUDGET. THE SECOND CONCERN IS MY HEART. I JUST HAD OPEN HEART SURGERY AND NOW MUST CHANGE MY ENTIRE EATING PLAN. I HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING EATING WELL AND I FIND IT VERY HELPFUL. THANK YOU.

MJ312B

07/29/2010 - 6:54pm

I love the weeks that I actually -sit down on Saturday-make a menu - make a shopping list and go to the market. Coming home after work knowing there is food in the fridge and a menu already chosenmakes life so much easier. I would pay someone to send me a weeks menu of seasonal, healthy meals with recipes and a well organized shopping list.

Anonymous

07/29/2010 - 12:49pm

As a single person, I find it hard to devote a great deal of energy to a meal that I'll either make a small portion of or have to eat several times. Could you guys perhaps suggest some recipes that can have alterations made to the leftovers to spruce them up and make them different and enticing?

Anonymous

07/28/2010 - 1:24pm

I am not employed right now money is very tight.I do like to eat a healthy varied diet.

Anonymous

07/27/2010 - 7:08pm

Eating before 8pm. My husband gets home late, and I have to get the baby in bed around 7. I try to prep everything in advance so I just need 10 minutes or so to throw everything together in the end.

Anonymous

07/27/2010 - 11:45am

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