eggs~~always eggs, i love them and was very happy that i could still eat them.
1% milk
old fashioned oatmeal
canadian bacon~~~one slice with oatmeal keeps my bs down.
walnuts and almonds
yogurt~~plain and cheese sticks
also low fat cheese slices.
splenda~~~it's great for everything, plus i also mix it with cinnamon. so i can have it in my oatmeal and in my yogurt. it is great for hiding the taste of some things that i don't like.
deli meat~~turkey breast, ham off the bone and roast beef
health nut whole grain wheat bread from arnold
berries~blue, rasp and black.
apples
produce varies at walmart~some looks really good and others i go to the local grocery store for.
the spray butter~~i can't believe it's not butter is great.
diet peach tea~~snapple
meats of course~~i buy it and separate in portion size packages and put them in the freezer.

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I love everything on your list! (except oatmeal). Have you ever tried Stoneyfield Farm yogurt? It's a little more expensive, but so worth it. I splash a little vanilla extract and a bag of equal on the plain lowfat, and it's SO good. put your berries in there too.

remind me to tell you sometime about my husband's company. they sell their stuff at walmart (salsas, dips, fresh prepared food) I don't want to get in trouble for selling on TuD!
sounds good to me. thanks. leave out the salsas though. i know it's good for me but i don't care for anything that burns my lips. if it burns my lips, it goes no further.
Love to see your list. You are lucky you live in a country where you find all this stuff under one roof. We have nice vegi and fruits in Pakistan. What is deli meat & health nut? We do not find diet peach tea here yet we can have Organic Tea with Ginseng, mint, cardamom and kiss of lemon which helops; in slowing aging process, controls blood pressure, cholesterol and uric acid, prevents the excessive body fats, tones up liver, purifies blood and fights against fatigue and sluggishness. If you like to have one pack of 50 I can send through courier free of any charge...Have a good health. Hashmi.

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