Well done (y)
I didn’t say I loaded up on carbs and I haven’t said all the other foods I eat.. Each meal is meant to consist of a third of speed food which is your fruit/salad. Also I got protein from more than just 1 burger, I get it from other foods I eat, which is in balance. As I was saying in my post it’s about what you choose to eat and sw helps that. I’ve had a terrible diet since I was old enough to say I didn’t like textures, meat etc and despite having that diet for the past 24 years I haven’t had any health problems. Since starting sw I’ve eaten more healthy meals, eating more salad, fruit and veg and I’m making a healthy choice each meal time, something I didn’t bother about doing before. My diet is much better and balanced than 2 years ago and that is better for my health.
Btw the NHS have a free weight loss app. Had some useful information.
I think it's all down to education and unfortunately NHS don't have the funds for it. Having said that they could save alot of money each time a person is diagnosed with diabetes to actually take the time and really explain what types of food to eat rather than just sending ppl off with a prescription for life. Surely it's better in the long run? I think schools should make it a compulsory item to teach kids how to eat healthy. People have to resort to companies like this who educate us when it should never get to that stage. It can really add up when you join a club but then people can put weight back on when they leave so it's a tricky one. What ever makes ppl happy
Thanks for posting (y)