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RE: [IPk] Gluten free foods



I haven't got the foggiest idea what is in them, but what about those sesame
seed bars.

I sometimes have one as a treat.

Julian

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Diana Maynard [mailto:email @ redacted]
> Sent: 09 November 2001 16:55
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Gluten free foods
> 
> 
> Hi Jackie
> Here's most of us struggling with trying not to eat too much 
> fat and carbs 
> and you have the opposite problem :-)
> Actually Elizabeth had the same problem with not being able 
> to put on weight 
> for a while, so she might be able to help with this. I think 
> her solution was 
> to increase the fat, because she didn't want to increase the 
> carbs and wreck 
> her control.
> 
> Does Sasha like milk? That can be a good pre-sport snack as 
> it doesn't work 
> too fast (for most people) and full fat milk has a fair few 
> calories. Oh, and 
> how about the yogurt drinks? Some of them do have a lot of 
> sugar so they 
> might work too fast for her though. I can recommend the 
> 9-bars that Elizabeth 
> mentioned. They are very tasty - not like some of those 
> cereal bars - and 
> they work quite slowly. I find them very good at keeping me 
> going through 
> dancing.
> Di
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