Our expert says:
If you click on 'Diet 'n Food' at the top of this page and then on Tools, you will find a calorie counter to help you work out your energy intake from the various meals you prepare each day. Your diet sounds very reasonable - I would just add 2-3 servings of fat-free milk, yoghurt or maas to your intake to provide calcium. Seeing that your BMI = 41,8, it would be good if you can lose some weight. Once you start losing and get more mobile, also add some daily exercise to your regimen, like going for walks for 30 min a day. Start very gently and then increase how fast and far you walk as you lose weight and get fitter.
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