Tuesday, 18 November 2008

eat my cheese

We seem to be finding it very hard to eat healthily since hubby had his health scare. I have made the HUGE sacrifice of no longer keeping cheese in the house, as it is one of the worst things for high cholestoral. Those who know me will know that I suffer severe withdrawal symptoms on a daily basis without my beloved cheese. I must say it isn't easily replaced either. What else can I put on my toast in the morning (that isn't bad for someone with high cholestoral, risk for diabetes etc...) Jam? high in sugar. Honey? high in sugar. At the moment I am sticking with vegemite (the aussie version of marmite, for those of you not in the know). However it is high in salt and also someone elses property, as I just sneakily steal some from our aussie flatmates each morning. Suggestions welcome.

Since his health scare he seems to have gone the complete opposite way. Last night for example, he came home with beers, pepperoni pizza and sticky toffee pudding with custard for dessert. I mean, really! And on sunday night when some of our guests were smoking out the window he thought it seemed like a good idea to have a couple of fags himself! Cheeky bastard!

4 comments:

Madde said...

oj lät jobbigt det där med osten :S men det finns inte skinka då?

Nadja said...

jo men skinkan har kanns lite acklig, inte som svensk skinka. sen ar det mycket salt i skinka. Man far sluta ata toast helt enkelt!

ulrika said...

Eat your cheese nadja. För min del tror jag ostsuget är kroppens sätt säga att jag behöver kolestrolet, kalcium och andra nyttigheter som bara den besitter. Ska hubby röka och slarva med middagarna är det din fulla rätt hyvla pålägg till toasten ;-)

Nadja said...

ja, om inte annat far jag smyga in en ost i kylen och hoppas att han inte hittar den!