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jladywildflower

3 6 days ago
help

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Patito

2 1 week ago
help

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Patito

2 1 week ago
That's alot of food :P

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ijparsons

2 1 month ago
My 1st Week in.

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amandaJ69

10 1 month ago
Milk for snacks

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lisamck

2 1 month ago
Total calories

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Paulao

2 4 months ago
Im confused

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DonnaLou80

4 4 months ago
help

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sallem41948

2 4 months ago
Grocery list

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Vanessa West

6 4 months ago
Feed a family

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jandmphillips

2 6 months ago
On the go

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spoitras09

2 6 months ago
Trim Down Club Program Guide.

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DonnaLou80

2 7 months ago
Tea/Coffee

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aamran2017

5 8 months ago
How do I make the grocery list?

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AyealSue

4 8 months ago

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  • Profile photo of schaffer1962 schaffer1962

    why would it matter nobody knows who you are !

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, Patito. Anti-inflammatory foods are generally good for arthritis. Exceptions are any foods to which you may be sensitive, such as "nightshade" fruits and vegetables (potato, tomato and tomatillo, red bell pepper, eggplant, goji or wolf berries, garden huckleberries, ground cherries, and cape gooseberries - but not regular gooseberries). Anti-inflammatory foods are generally fruits, vegetables, olive oil, legumes, flax seed, chia seed, salmon, and Brazil nuts - but you can get a better idea by seeing which foods are listed in the lightest blue shade in our Menu Planner food lists (you can see these by clicking on the "My Food Choices" icon in the toolbar above your menu).

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi Patito. Do you mean Trim Down Club recipes, or your own recipes? If you are referring to Trim Down Club recipes, there are a couple of options: If you use the personal version of the Menu Planner application (access it by clicking on the “My Food Choices” icon in the toolbar above your current menu), you will see some of our recipes in the "Recipes" subcategory of each major food group. For newer recipes that have not yet been added into the system, you can use them to substitute for the main ingredient in your meal. You can also match up the exchanges visible at the end of each recipe and when you click on "Exchange mode" in the toolbar above your menu. It doesn’t need to be a perfect match to work.

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  • Profile photo of ossie-sharon Ossie-Sharon

    Hi, jladywildflower. I understand your concern, but the Menu Planner menu-building application can only work if it has your data - it creates a framework on which to base your nutritional needs. That information isn't used for anything else, and certainly not sent anywhere.

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