Stacie, it's going real well. I feel so good now and am getting back to myself. I've even had my hair cut so I look like my old self again, have lost 13 pounds, shopped for a few new outfits which makes me feel even better, and am getting around a lot more. Yesterday I stopped by the health food store and picked up a few more things and am enjoying cooking. I make a lot of soups like lentil soup, and bake four or five sweet potatoes at a time so I can pull one out whenever I want one. We don't have kids at home so if my hubby likes what I've cooked he'll eat it and if not he'll make something for himself that is on his weight watcher's diet. When the grandkids come over I'll make them something and eat my food because they're not into the stuff I like. So it's working well. Most of the things I make can be refrigerated so I just have to pull out something and heat it up when dinner time come. So even if I were cooking for a family it wouldn't be hard to incorporate this kind of diet. It would be good for anyone but kids take a time to re-train.
Thanks for the website. I'm sure I'll enjoy the recipes. I didn't know you were gluten intolerant. Are you? How do you deal with cooking for your family?
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