Hi Bell, welcome to the forum. There's lots of good info here so I hope you find a plan that suits you. I know another member posted notes / sample meal plan from a nutritionist which I thought was very helpful and generally how I tend to eat (or try to eat mostly!). If I was technical or clever, I could hyperlink it, but I'm not. Maybe someone else could do that for me
I think it's important to have 3 meals and 2 snacks (healthy ones like fruit, low fat youghurt, nuts etc) each day to keep your blood sugar and cravings under control and your metabolism humming (well, that's what I've found anyway!. I've also found that sticking clear of processed foods is best - ie if it grows and isn't manufactured and there's lots of work involved in preparing it and chewing - it's probably good for you. If it's processed, refined and wrapped in lots of packaging and quick and easy, not so good for you
Just some things that have helped me with my diet and nutrition.
Now that said, I'm quite good with the diet side of things but I'm terrible with the exercise side of things - what can you suggest for me
together we make a good pair