I'm very fussy when it comes to eating.
It's amazing how many of my friends love to make a joke of my eating habits (it truly is quite amusing... but I can't help it).
Anyway, it's always a bit nerve wracking having to tell a dietician what you eat, but it was one of the appointments on the pre-assessment list.
So for breakfast, I usually always have multigrain toast with vegemite, sometimes jam, a giant cup of coffee and a handful of tablets.
For lunch, I might have crackers with vegemite, or a sandwich, or I might go out and eat (bakery fare, toasted chicken wrap etc).
For dinner I usually have meat (chicken, beef, lamb, pork) with either potato, rice, or pasta.
For snacks I eat biscuits, cakes, chocolate muesli bars, and bananas (when they're not $15 a kg).
I also have at least one cappucino and one hot milo per day.
All of that may not seem very healthy for a normal individual, but the only problem was that I need to cut down on vegemite because of the salt content.
I'm in the perfect weight range for my height and medical condition.
I use supplements (mutivitamins) to make up for the lack of vegies and for the malabsorption issues that occur with hypogammaglobulinemia.
I have lots of problems due to taking prednisolone for twenty years which is why it's recommended to cut down on salt.
The osteopenia is also due to the prednisolone, so I have to take high dose calcium, vitamin D, and fosomax, and drink more milk via cappucino or milo.
I was quite happy with that report!