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Sue3 8 years ago

Thanks Linda I did do that but now I am stuck with the same menu for Monday through to Thursday of the same meals Friday, Saturday, & Sunday is different. I find it harder now to force myself to eat 6 times I like you can handle the breakfast and snacks its the lunch & dinner that really frustrates me but I am keeping at it as I desperately want to loose weight for health reasons

Linda 8 years ago

I have the same problem, eating 6 times a day and too much food. I am just not hungry that often. If it was 6 snacks per day then I could manage that amount of food. But to help with this problem of cooking, I went back into the menu planner and took out as many recipes as they would allow and choose mostly whole foods. That helped cut down all the cooking and made the menu a lot simpler. Hope this helps.

Ossie-Sharon 8 years ago

Hi, Sue. Note that many of the items in the Menu Planner don’t necessarily require cooking – nuts, seeds, cheese, yogurt, bread, fruits, vegetables. These are portable and especially good for snacks, but can also be included in main meals. It is definitely not recommended to skip major meals.
As for finding foods in the UK, below is a list of resources:
Grocery Shop Chains

ASDA – Carries organic foods, dairy alternatives, wholemeal breads and grain products
http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/index.jsp?nf=%2Fasda-estore%2F
Online and shops

Ocado – Carries organic foods, dairy alternatives, wholemeal breads and grain products
http://www.ocado.com/webshop/getCategories.do?tags=&fromLoggedOutHome=yes
Online and shops

Sainsbury’s – Carries organic foods, dairy alternatives, wholemeal breads and grain products
http://www.breadlink.co.uk/
Online and shops

Tesco – Carries organic foods, dairy alternatives, wholemeal breads and grain products
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/
Online and shops

Waitrose – Carries organic foods, raw dairy and dairy alternatives, wholemeal breads and grain products
http://www.waitrose.com/shop/BrowseCmdInHeader-Groceries
Online and shops

Health Food Shops

Dove’s Farm – Organic, wholemeal products
http://www.dovesfarm.co.uk/
Online and available in shops such as Tesco

Breadlink – The Home of Organic Sprouted Flours
http://www.breadlink.co.uk/
Online

Goodness Direct – “Shop By Aisle”
http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-local/frameset/script/home.html
Online

Healthy Supplies
http://www.healthysupplies.co.uk/
Online

Natural Food Finder
http://www.naturalfoodfinder.co.uk/
Links (including to raw dairy suppliers)

Real Foods
http://www.realfoods.co.uk/
Shops, online, links

Whole Foods Market
http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/list
Shops and online

Grass-Fed Meats & Eggs

Athleat
http://www.athleat.co.uk/
Grass-fed meats (including some out-of-the-ordinary)

Eatwild – The #1 Site for Grass-fed Food & Facts (Global)
http://www.eatwild.com/products/
Links

Grass-Fed Beef Now
http://www.grassfedbeefnow.com/
Links

Grass-Fed Meats
http://paleohacks.com/questions/36288/grass-fed-meat-in-central-london-uk#axzz23tpC0WCE
List and links

Green Pasture Farms
http://www.greenpasturefarms.co.uk/
Grass-fed/free-range meats

Seeds of Health
http://www.seedsofhealth.co.uk/resources/
Links

Whitfield Farm Organics
http://www.whitfieldfarmorganics.co.uk/
Grass-fed/organic meats; online

Raw dairy
Supermarkets – Most supermarkets, i.e. Waitrose, sell raw milk cheeses.
London Chapter Resource List: Raw milk directory with listings of other foods, compiled by London Chapter Leader of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Philip Ridley, at http://www.meetup.com/westonaprice-london/about/.
Natural Food Finder: http://www.naturalfoodfinder.co.uk/unpasteurised-raw-milk-uk.
Seeds of Health
http://www.seedsofhealth.co.uk/resources/
Links
Delivery Service: Hook & Son offers a nationwide delivery of raw organic milk, http://www.hookandson.co.uk/

Sue3 8 years ago

Hi
I only started my diet yesterday after having a great deal of problems finding most of the ingredients for your recipes. I live in GB it looks like this diet is meant for USA I am having a terrible problem with having to eat 6 times a day. By the time I have prepared my meals it is time for the next. I have a very hectic life as I look after my grandchildren also I have a 93 year old mother, so I am not always able to be at home to eat. Also all the cooking is tiring me out. Can anyone tell me how to manage this diet if I can not be at home to cook or eat. Would it be possible to cut out some meals I can manage breakfast and maybe dinner but can not do lunch as well. What do you suggest?

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