Diet Features: Tannis' Diet

What additional weekly costs are involved? Cheap

Exercise level
What exercise recommendations are there? Moderate

Eating out
Is eating out an option? In moderation

Coffee / Tea
Are caffeinated drinks permitted? Restricted

Is alcohol permitted? Restricted

Other Resources
What other resource are available? Books
Support groups
Dietitians and professional counselors
Professional program

Preparing/Cooking Effort
What amount of effort is required? Moderate

Knowledge Required
What amount of nutritional knowledge is required? Minimal

Nutritional Supplements Recommended/Taken
Are any other nutritional supplements taken or recommended? Multivitamins

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zenwolf's top tips

1.Drink a glass of cold water as soon as you wake up to kick start your metabolism. Drink lots of water during the day and avoid all soda and sugared drinks
2.Eat often but small and nutritional - 5 times per day or every few hours. Chew your food and eat slowly.
3.Eat foods that satisfy you and that you like - taste helps stay on track and cuts down the cravings
4.No eating after 7pm. Brush your teeth after supper to ensure you don't keep munching.
5.Treat yourself every couple weeks to something you like such as chocolate or ice cream - enjoy!
6.Keep yourself busy and try not to eat if your bored