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CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
4/30/13 5:51 A

Best wishes.
I hope that person can help you develop a menu that is just right for you.

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4/29/13 11:55 P

I didn't even think about a dietician...and my work benefits will cover at least some of the cost!

I went to the Dieticians of Canada site and found 3 that on the surface look like they can help. Will do some research on them tomorrow.

Thanks!

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4/29/13 10:34 P

Because you're on these diets for medical reasons, it might be best for you to consult a registered dietician familiar with your issues. They can help you design a plan that meets your minimum calorie needs while respecting your dietary limitations.

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4/29/13 10:14 P

Hey Everyone,

I'm on a GFLF diet for medical reasons. I've always been LF, but the GF just started within the last 6 to 8 months or so.

I'm just starting to get serious about tracking my food and I noticed that while I'm eating "healthy" foods, I'm not getting the proper caloric intake.

I'm supposed to be getting around 1,200/day to get to my goal weight by my goal date, but for example, tomorrow my intake has worked out to just under 800 calories, which I know isn't healthy.

Thanks in advance!

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