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Fitness Minutes: (5,215) Posts: 8 4/14/12 9:35 A
I like the plan so far. Interesting meals! They also take in to account what items will be on sale for the week at the local store. Unfortunately, they only use Walmart for the GF and I don't have one near me to benefit from the sales, but I think just cooking at home will save me a bundle and I try to eat organic anyway.
You might want to eat more vegetables and some protein to fill your plate. I find that most grains give me trouble.
current weight: 224.0
Posts: 1,928 4/12/12 8:48 P
You'll have to share how that site is. Spark doesn't offer a GF meal plan and has no plans on making one since their dietician has them snowed that they can't make a balanced GF meal plan.
current weight: 230.0
Fitness Minutes: (5,215) Posts: 8 4/12/12 10:31 A
I don't know if this has been posted before or not but I'm so excited! One of my only frustrations with this website is that the meal planner doesn't offer specialty menus for me (at least not that I've found). I really dislike cooking and planning gluten free meals has been difficult for me. I found this subscription site that offers healthy gluten free meals, weekly. It's emeals.com. I'm trying it out. They even provide a categorized shopping list.
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