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Dieticians, menu planning?

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Does anyone have leads on Dieticians for menu planning. At some point I will have to return to work once my ob is clear, I have a demanding schedule, hubby and three kids. All supportive, but I am not supper woman, we are just a blue collar family trying to keep up with the pace. Is there a service out there that knows all this stuff, and can provide a menu and shopping lists. I am thinking it may be worth the investment.I have no problem learning as I go, but my family and career inhibbit me from becomming my own certified dietician.

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You might be able to find a "shopper" for you - like a personal errand-runner. A lot of times stay at home moms do stuff like that. She could then grocery shop for you. You might have to plan and cook.

There are also places that will make dinners for you that you just put in the freezer. My Girlfriend's Kitchen and Dream Dinners are the ones we have here. Usually you come in and make it there, but for a bit extra, they'll make it for you and you just pick it up. You throw them all in the freezer and thaw and heat them when you're ready.

Not all of that is the most nutritious thing ever, but it might be worth it to free up some time.

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3 kids, a job and a hubby to all take care of?

You are a super woman =)

Under the "fight back" section, there is a link called "lysine food chart".

This should show you the best food groups to stick to in your shopping.

Also make sure you boost your immune system daily with good does of vitamin c. As needed for those hectic lives.

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Oh yeah and add some zinc citrate in there as well.

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Try a Lysine supplement for cold sores

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