Over 200 delicious GDA recipes are just a click away………
To help you enjoy great home cooked food the whole family will love to eat we’ve created over 200 recipes especially for GDAguru members,  and we’ve given them the GDA treatment so you know exactly how many calories and how many grams of fat, saturates, sugar and salt is in the food you cook at home.If you’re stuck for something to make for the kids tea tonight, looking for ...
About the GDA Diet book

It’s all in the planning

The GDA Diet is designed to be very flexible. There’s a plan for busy people who just don’t have the time or the inclination for cooking; a vegetarian plan for people who don’t want to eat meat; and a budget plan for people who are watching the pennies as well as their waistline. You can just opt in and out of whichever plan suits you.
If you know you’re pretty constant in your approach to food or you like the idea of a prescriptive eating plan, then pick a plan and follow it to the letter for a week to get into the swing of things. The scientific research behind GDAs tells me that the principles of the diet can be adapted to suit everyone. All I’ve done is taken those principles and made them work in a flexible format, to suit as many people as possible. It’s perfectly fine to choose a breakfast from the vegetarian plan, a lunch from the plan for busy people and have a budget dinner in the evening, if you want to; just make sure you stick to either the 2000-calorie plans or the 1700-calorie plans. Don’t mix the number of calories.
I have quite deliberately included a lot of convenience meals and snacks in all of the plans because I really want you to see how easy it is to follow the GDA Diet. However, if you’re like me, you probably use a mixture of meals cooked from scratch and convenience food throughout the week; and that’s OK too. If you decide you want to make your own Shepherd’s Pie or Spaghetti Bolognese go right ahead, but have a look at my healthy cooking tips in the book to help keep your home-cooked dishes GDA friendly.
There is no restrictive ‘start-up’ phase of the GDA Diet to leave you feeling hungry, deprived or miserable. These plans have been designed to give you results that are nutritionally balanced, so that once you start you can just keep on going.

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