Appointment with my CPN working on diet and making some changes to my eating habits

I had my appointment with Sarah this afternoon.

We talked about my eating habits. And I am going to work on changing some of them.

For one thing, we discussed my meals, and it turns out I am not eating enough.

And sometimes, I am skipping meals, which isn’t good since I am diabetic

My breakfast is good, I usually eat serial, or toast, or eggs and toast, or fruit and yogurt.

I don’t normally snack in between breakfast and lunch, so for this week I am going to try eating at least one snack per day.

I found out that I am not eating a substantial lunch, so I am going to try to have a more filling lunch, where I eat some protein.

Those are the main changes I am making this week.

I am also going to exercise a few times a week, and drink plenty of water.

I am allowing myself one food treat this week.

We are working our way through some print outs on nutrition that Sarah printed off for us to work on each week.

This week we worked on food swaps.

And I got a recipe from Sarah to make home made pizza, so I am going to try that at the weekend also.

It was a good appointment!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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