Saturday, 2 February 2019

God Knows

God Knows What I'll be Doing Tomorrow

Aah, the sunshine in Sweden
Actually, He’s normally ahead of me on most of the important things, which is comforting. I say ‘He’ because I feel it’s a Fatherly energy, though I do know it is a Universal Spirit Energy.

The beginning of January saw our son and his fiancée, returning to the UK after celebrating the New Year with us. Sad to see them go but we’d been boosted by their company, as always
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So far we’re lucky with the weather here in Cantoria although it’s very cold most nights. The sun shines on us a lot here during the day, and it can be warm enough to sit out in the porch, but there’s nothing like toasting ourselves in front of the log fire during chilly evenings.

We recently went shopping to Albox and it’s funny when you see people in shorts and tee shirts in the middle of January, while we’re in fleeces and thick trousers. You immediately think ‘Mm….they’re visitors from the UK or northern Europe. We were the same when we first moved here, but gradually acclimatised.

Well it’s been 3 ½ years since we moved here, and Mike and I have actually chosen a name for our house. We had lots of suggestions given to us, but nothing seemed right. So what did we settle on? Casa Blanca. Yes we have a white house, and also Casablanca is my all-time favourite film. Couldn’t be better. I think it’s the longest time we’ve taken over any decision! It only took us 8 months to meet and marry and that was 43 years ago. Ah well….!

I’m revising the manuscript for my proposed new book on God and life. It’s called ’The Unwritten Contract’ and I’ve been taking it a bit at a time. The end of 2018 set me back a bit, but I do love to prepare for Christmas properly, and God understands just as long as I don’t lose sight of my work.
I hope to find a publisher over the coming months. This has been my spiritual work for 20 years now and there’s so much information to bring the reader, I have to get it out there, because I have other books to write, and people to talk to.

Friday, 1 February 2019

Fairies at the bottom of our garden


Fairies at the Bottom of our Garden

Actually they’re all around the garden and the surrounding countryside.

These little spirit energies are everywhere and come under the title of elementals or earth angels.
It was during my work with Jesus that he introduced me to the power of the elementals and told me of their important energies.

 I’ve probably now upset a few Christians as well as those who believe in the fairies folk but not God.But the truth is they belong in the same world, and if you can open your mind to that, life can be richer.

Jesus was a healer and leader without barriers, and he had far more wisdom to share than certainly I realised. He’s guided me since the 9th May 1999, and I’ve reaped a rich harvest of blessed information since then.

He also inspired me to produce the Woodland Wisdom Cards, providing a message and detailed descriptions of each character’s appearance and personality, and I think it brought them alive.

Inspirational Wisdom from Angels and Fairies
Cheerful angels and fairies deliver wisdom, healing energy and loving guidance to help you rediscover passion and joy in your life. You will find inspiration in the dreamy artwork with empowering exercises, prayers and affirmations. The illustrated booklet provides deeper insights for restoring mind/body/spirit balance. Includes 44 cards and 56-page illustrated booklet.

Available from Amazon and other booksellers




Joyful Inspirations
Featuring the dreamy artwork of Judy Mastrangelo, Joyful Inspirations cards invite you to join the caravan of flower fairies, dancing unicorns, friendly bunnies and a host of other joyful creatures who delight in spreading sunshine and rainbows. Children and people of all ages, especially those young at heart, will enjoy cricket concerts, carousels, and garden parties in this magical world of the imagination. Choose a card each day from the colourful 45-card deck for a joyful image and affirmation. Explore the 52-page booklet for delightful messages sure to energise and inspire you.

Available from Amazon and other bookstores


Fairies, Elves and many other elementals do exist. Don’t doubt it. They’re very capable of boosting your energies when you need it, and Elves help you to focus on important tasks. Zany? No, these little Earth Angels were created by the Angels, and their energies are powerful and can help you a great deal. They’re a beautiful part of God’s team, and I often ask for their help.

As well as helping us directly, fairies also care for areas of wildlife and the health of pastures, cultivated fields and everywhere there is life or a need for it, so the more organic we become and natural in our production in our husbandry of plant life and animals, the more we can help them and reap the reward for ourselves. You may see small coloured orbs, you can even find these lovely balls of energy on photographs, so get snapping.

On a Helpful Note
If you have a garden, you’ll have fairies there as well as in your home. Ask them for a bit of help when you have a boring job to do. With me it’s the ironing. Also, ensure there’s some water for the fairies outside and some shelter. They do need a place to rest, and a refuge in bad weather. They also need water to refresh them so that insects and birds can see them. Fairies work closely with angels and they help the Earth’s energies too.

Welcome the fairies to your garden.

Thursday, 31 January 2019

Potassium Points Chart

Potassium Chart

If you are on a restricted potassium intake because your kidney does not process this properly then you will find this chart useful. Over 400 foods are listed. As a guidance some foods are really high in potassium, despite being healthy - tomatoes (any style), potatoes (any style), nectarines, bananas, beetroot, spinach, melon, trout, multigrain bread....and so on.

There are many different ways of measuring potassium and they are often calculated on different weights of food. This makes it incredibly difficult to calculate just how much you should be taking if you are on restricted amounts. To make it easy to understand and calculate I have taken the time to bring everything to a similar level and convert it to a points system. This means that it will be easy to work out how much you are taking throughout the day. Points are generally worked out on a 100gms of food or liquid. If it is different then it will say at the top of the relevant column.

It is usual for people who have a problem processing potassium to work at a points level of less than 50 points a day (this equates to less than 2000mg potassium per day - and for example, normal consumption for a healthy adult is around 4500mg daily, which is around 112 points).

Also note that these figures are not taking into account any calorie count, although if you are restricting the amount of potassium intake, you will also probably be reducing the amount of calories too. Just be aware that the two don't necessarily go hand in hand.

Potassium Chart Sections

Alcohol and Mixers             Section 1                    Bread and Pastry                   Section 2
Breakfast Cereals                 Section 3                    Butter and Margarine            Section 4
Cheeses                                Section 5                    Dairy and Non Dairy             Section 6
Hot Drinks                           Section 7                    Eggs                                       Section 8
Fish                                      Section 9                    Fruit                                       Section 10
Juices                                   Section 11                  Cooked Meat (inc meatless)  Section 12
Popular Dishes                     Section 13                  Potato                                    Section 14
Pulses and Beans                  Section 15                 Salad Dressings                     Section 16
Spices and Fresh Herbs        Section 17                 Store Cupboard                      Section 18
Sweet Foods                         Section 19                 Tomato                                   Section 20
Vegetables                            Section 21                  Yoghurt                                  Section 22


Alcohol and Mixers 1 Amount  Points
Beer 240ml 1
Cider Dry/Sweet 180ml 2
Cola 240ml 0
Cordial Diluted 280ml 0
Lemonade  240ml 0
Port 60ml 2.5
Sherry Dry 60ml 1.5
Sherry Medium 60ml 2.5
Sherry Sweet 60ml 3
Spirits: Gin, Rum, Vodka, Whisky 100ml 0
Tonic Water 100ml 0
Wine Red 100ml 3.5
Wine Dry White 100ml 1.5
Wine Medium White 100ml 2.5
Wine Sweet White 100ml 3
Wine Sparkling 100ml 1.5
Bread and Pastry 2 Amount Points
Bread White 100g 3
Bread White 20g slice 0.5
Bread Rye 100g  4
Bread Brown/Wholemeal 25g slice 5
Bread Roll Brown 35g 6
Bread Roll White 1 Med 2
Bread Whole wheat 100g 6.5
Bread Multi grain 100g 6
Croissant 67g 2
Crumpet White 1 1
Muffin (English) Plain 1 2
Potato Bread  100g 18
Pita Bread 100g 3
Pumpernickel Bread 100g 5
Pumpernickel Bread 1 slice 3
Scone Plain 35g 2
Scone Fruit 34g 2
Corn Tortillas 100g 5
Flour Tortillas 100g 3
Pancake 13cm 1
Shortcrust Pastry 100g 3
Flaky Pastry 100g 2.5
Breakfast Cereals Amount  Points
All Bran 1/2 cup 8
Corn Flakes 3/4 cup 1
Grape Nuts 50g 4.5
Puffed Rice 3/4 cup 1
Shredded Wheat 2 biscuits 4
Red Berry Special K 50g 3
Raisin Bran Dry 1 cup 9.5
Puffed Corn Cereal 1.5 cups 1
Special K 50g 1
Oatmeal Cooked 1/2 cup 2
Oats Cooked 1/2 cup 1
Wheatgerm 3 tbsps 6
Sultana Bran 1 cup 7
Weetabix 3 biscuits 4
Butter and Margarine 4 Amount  Points
Butter 1 teasp 0
Butter 100g 0.5
Margarine 1 teasp 0
Cheese 5 Amount Points
Blue Cheese 30g 2
Cheddar Cheese 100g/ 3oz 1.5 to 2.5
Cottage Cheese 100g 3
Goat's Cheese Semi Soft 100g 4
Goat's Cheese Hard 100g 1
Gouda Cheese 100g 3
Swiss Cheese 3 oz 1.5 to 2.5
Dairy and Non Dairy Milk 6 Amount Points
Milk Whole/ Low Fat/ Fat Free 1 cup/ 240ml/ 8oz 9
Goat's Milk 230ml 4.5
Rice Milk 1 cup/ 240ml/ 8oz 2
Almond Milk Unsweetened 1 cup/ 240ml/ 8oz 5
Soy milk 1 cup/8oz  7.5
Coconut Milk 1 cup/240ml 12
Coconut Water 1 cup/240ml 10
Chocolate Milk 1 cup/240ml 10.5
Rice Drink 8 fl oz 2
Condensed Milk 1/2 cup 18
Evaporated Milk 1/2 cup 13
Buttermilk 1/2 cup 7
Milk Powder Whole dry 1/4 cup 8
Cream 2 tblsp 1
Sour Cream 2 tblsp 1
Drinks Hot 7 Amount  Points
Green Tea 8 oz cup 0.5
Tea 8oz cup 2
Coffee   Cappuccino, Latte, Espresso 180 mls 5
Coffee Instant 180 mls 2
Coffee from Ground, Regular or Decaf 180mls 3
Iced Coffee 250 mls 12
Eggs 8 Amount Points
Poached Egg 55g 3
Boiled Egg 55g 3.5
Fried Egg  60g 4.5
Egg Whites 2 whites 2.5
Fish 9 Amount  Points
Atlantic Salmon Cooked 100mg 10
Cod Poached 100g 8.5
Fish Fingers/ Cakes 100g 6.5
Haddock 100mg 9
Haddock Steamed 100mg 8
Hake 100g 7
Halibut 100mg 7
Herring Pickled 100mg 1.5
King Crab 100mg 5
Lobster 100mg 5
Mussels 100mg 7
Ocean Perch Fillet 3
Pangasius Fillet 1 11.5
Pangasius Fillet 100g 7.5
Pollock/ Abadejo de Alaska 100g 9
Prawns 100mg 4.5
Prawns Boiled (6) 120 g 6.5
Sardines 100mg 10
Scallops 6 7.5
Trout 100g 9.5
Tuna 100mg 8.5
Canned Fish    
Canned Salmon 100g 7.5
Canned Sardines 60g 9
Canned Sardines in oil 100g 10
Canned Shrimp 100mg 2
Canned Tuna in oil 6 oz/170g 14
Canned Tuna 120g  7
Canned Light Tuna 6oz/170g 9
Canned White Tuna in Oil 6oz/170g 14
Canned White Tuna in Water 6oz/170g 10
Fruit 10 Amount Points
Apple Raw/ Cooked 1 medium 5
Apples Cooked 100g 2.5
Apple Sauce 1/2 cup 2.5
Apricot  1 Whole 5
Apricot Dried 4 pieces 5
Bananas 100g 9
Bananas 1 medium 10.5
Blackberries Raw/ Canned 1/2 cup 3
Blueberries Raw/ Canned 1/2 cup 2
Canned Fruit Cocktail (no juice) 1/2 cup 1.5
Cantaloupe Melon Raw 1/4 cup 10
Cherries Raw/ Canned (no juice) 100g 3
Cranberries Dried 1/2 cup 0.5
Cranberry Raw/ Sauce 1 cup 2
Custard Apple 1/2 a fruit 10
Dates Dried 2 medium 2
Figs Raw 100g 3
Figs Canned  3 fruit 4
Figs Dried 2 Fruit 6.5
Grapefruit Canned 1/2 cup 4
Grapefruit Raw 1/2 small 3
Grapes Raw (20) 1/2 cup 4
Honeydew Melon 1/8 (7" dia) 10
Kiwi Raw I medium 6
Lemons Raw 1 fruit 2
Limes Raw 1 fruit 2
Mandarin Orange 1 medium fruit 3
Mandarin Oranges Canned (no juice) 1/2 cup 2.5
Mango Raw 1 fruit 8
Nectarine Raw 1 fruit 7
Oranges Raw 1 fruit 6
Papaya  1/3 medium 6
Peaches Canned (no juice) 1/2 cup 3
Peach Raw 1 fruit 5
Pear Raw/Cooked 1 fruit 5
Pears Canned (no juice) 1/2 cup 3
Pineapple Raw/ Canned (no juice) 1 med slice 3
Plum Raw/Cooked 1 fruit 3
Pomegranate Raw 1 fruit 10
Raisins 1/4 cup 7
Raspberries Raw 1/2 cup 3
Rhubarb Stewed 1/2 cup 2
Strawberries Raw 5 2
Tangerine Raw  1 large 3.5
Watermelon Raw 1/2 cup 2
Dried Fruit (Not Soaked) Amount Points
Apricots 100g 29
Raisins 100g 19
Prunes 100g 18
Dates 100g 17.5
Figs 100g 17
Coconut 100g 9
Kiwi 100g 8
Peaches 100g 5
Juices 11 Amount Points
Apple unsweetened 3/4 cup 5
Cranberry  unsweetened 3/4 cup 4
Grape 3/4 cup 5
Grapefruit 1/2 cup 5
Lemon 1/4  cup 2
Lime 1/4 cup 2
Orange  3/4 cup 7.5
Pineapple  3/4 cup 7.5
Clementine  3/4 cup 6.75
Tomato  3/4 cup 10.5
Cooked Meat 12 Amount  Points
Beef Rump Steak Fried 150 g 9
Beefburger Fried 170g/ 1 burger 8.5
Chicken Breast. No skin 4 oz/114g 7
Chicken Roast 130g 7
Chicken quarter with bone 130 g 5
Chicken Thigh/Drumstick 1 unit      3 to 4
Corned Beef Canned 100g 4
Roast Duck 100g 5.5
Frankfurter (typically 45g to 57g) 2 sausages approx  
Frankfurter Meat and Poultry Low Fat 100g 6.5
Frankfurter Beef Pork Turkey Fat Free 100g 5.5
Frankfurter Turkey 100g 10
Frankfurter Beef Unheated 100g 7
Frankfurter Pork 100g 6.5
Frankfurter Beef Heated 100g 6.5
Frankfurter Beef and Pork Low Fat 100g 4
Frankfurter Beef Low Fat  100g 3.5
Lamb with bone 120g 6
Luncheon Meat I sm slice 2
Liver/ Sweetbreads 1 oz/28g 3
Meat Paste 5g 4.5
Pastie 160g 5
Pork Bacon Listings    
*Canadian style cured in brine/similar to ham    
Pork Bacon Cooked  100g 14
Pork Bacon Baked 100g 13.5
Pork Bacon Baked 8.1g/ 1 slice 1
Pork Bacon Microwaved 100g 13
Pork Bacon Microwaved 9.1g/1 slice 1.5
Pork Bacon Cured Sliced Pan Fried 100g 12.5
Pork Bacon Cured Sliced Pan Fried 11.5g/1 slice 1.5
Pork Bacon * Cured Canadian Style Grilled 100g 10
Pork Bacon *Cured Canadian Style Grilled 47g/2 slice 4.5
Pork Bacon Grilled 40g 7.5
Pork Sausage Fried 120g/ 2 saus.  5
Pork Grilled 100g 7.5
Salami (3 slices) 90g 4
Turkey Breast 3 oz/85g 6
Turkey Roast 120g 7
Meatless Protein    
Tofu 90 g 1
Quorn 100g 2.5
Frankfurter Meatless 100g 2.5
Popular Dishes 13 Amount Points
Baked Beans 1/3 cup 7
Chili Con Carne with Beans 1 cup/246g 16.5
Fruit Pie 150g 3
Jam Tart 35g 3
Macaroni Cheese 180g 3
Meat Pie Individual 170 g 5
Pizza with Pepperoni Topping 100g 5
Pizza with Mushroom Topping 83g 4.5
Pizza Cheese Regular Crust Frozen Cooked 146g 6
Pizza sauce 100g 9
Quiche Lorraine 150g 5
Sausage Roll 1 roll 6
Spaghetti Bolognese 100g 3.5
Potato (Assorted Options) 14 Amount Points
* FF = Full Fat Milk    
Potatoes White Baked with Skin 1 medium 23
Potatoes White Boiled 1/2 cup 6.5
Potatoes White Mashed 1/2 cup 8.5
Potatoes French Fries sm/ 3oz 12
Potatoes Crisps/ Chips 1 oz 11.5
Potatoes Microwaved in Skin 100g 16
Hash Browns Home Prepared 100g 14.5
Potatoes Red Flesh and Skin 100g 14
Potatoes Russet Flesh and Skin 100g 14
Potatoes White Flesh and Skin 100g 14
French Fries/Par fried Oven Chips 100g 12
Oven Cooked Steak Chips 100g 11.5
Potatoes Boiled No Skin 100g 8
Potatoes Mashed with Milk FF* & Butter 100g 8
Potatoes Mashed with Milk FF* 100g 7.5
Potatoes Canned and Drained 100g 6
Sweet Potato Boiled 1/2 cup pieces 6
 Pulses and Beans 15 Amount Points
*RIW = Rinsed in Water    
Black Beans Raw  100g  37
Black Beans Cooked and Drained 100g 9
Garbanzos/ Chickpeas Raw 100g 22
Garbanzos/ Chickpeas Cooked and Drained 100g 7.5
Garbanzos/ Chickpeas Canned, Drained, RIW* 100g 2.5
Hummus Bought 100g 5.5
Hummus Homemade 100g 4.5
Kidney Beans All Types Dry 100g 35
Kidney Beans Cooked and Drained 100g 10
Kidney Beans Canned, Drained, RIW* 100g 6
Lentils Raw 100g 25
Lentils Pink Raw 100g 15
Lentils Cooked/ Boiled 100g 9.5
Pinto Beans Cooked Boiled Drained 100g 11
Pinto Beans Canned Drained RIW* 100g 6
Salad Dressings 16 Amount Points
French Dressing 2 tbsps 0
Mayonnaise 1 tbsp 0
Salad Dressing 1 tbsp 0.5
Spices &  Fresh Herbs  17 Amount Points
Basil 5g 0.5
Bay Leaf Fresh or Dry 5g 1
Coriander Leaf 5g 1
Cumin 5g 2.5
Dill 5g 1.5
Marjoram 5g 2
Paprika 5g 2.5
Parsley 5g 1
Tarragon 5g 4
Thyme 5g 1
Turmeric 5g 3.5
Store Cupboard Random 18 Amount Points
Branston Pickle   0
Bouillon Cube 1 3
Bulgur Dry 100g 10
Catsup/ Ketchup 6 tbsps 9
Cocoa Dry 2 tbsps 5
Corn Popped & Unbuttered 1 cup 0
Chocolate  1 sq/1 oz 2
Flour White Plain 1/2 cup 3
Flour Self Raising  1 tbsp 0
Flour White Self Raising  1/2 cup 3
Flour Wholemeal Plain 1/2 cup 6
Flour Cornflour 2 teasp 0
Flour Arrowroot 1/2 cup 0
Gelatin Unflavoured Any Amount  0
Honey 2.5 Tbsp 0.5
Jam 2.5 Tbsp 1
Malted Mild Powder 1 tbsp 2
Molasses Blackstrap 1 tbsp 15
Molasses Light 1 tbsp 8
Mustard Prepared 1 tbsp 1
Nori Seaweed 3g per sheet 10g 1
Oil/ Fat for Cooking 1 teasp 0
Olives 5 1
Peanut Butter Smooth 1 tbsp 2.5
Pickle Dill 1 lg 5
Quinoa Cooked 90g/ 1/2 cup 3
Rice White Cooked 1/2 cup 1
Soup Homemade or Canned 1 cup 15
Worcester Sauce 1 tblsp 7
Marmite and Vegemite 1 teasp 4
Tomato Sauce 1 tblsp 2
Barbeque Sauce 1 tblsp 1
Gravy Powder 25g 1
Oyster Sauce 1 tblsp 1
Soy Sauce 1 tblsp 1
Sugar Brown 2 tbsps 2
Sugar White 2 tbsps 0
Syrup Corn 2 tbsps 0
Syrup Maple 1 tbsp 1
Tomato Puree 6 tbsps 11
Treacle 1 teasp 3
Vinegar 2 tbsps 1
Sweet Foods 19 Amount  Points
Fruit and Nut Biscuit 2 biscuits 4
Cheesecake 60g 3
Muesli Bar Chocolate Coated 1 bar 32 g 3
Muesli Bar Plain 1 bar 28 g 2
Chocolate Cake 1 slice 40 g 2
Chocolate Biscuit with Cream Filling 2 biscuits 2
Carrot Cake  1 slice 40 g 1
Sponge Cake 1 slice 40 g 1
Swiss Roll Small Individual 1 1
Fruit Cake 1 slice 40 g 2
Shortbread, Jam Filled, Oatmeal, Cream Filled Biscuits 2 biscuits 1
Chocolate White and Dark 4 squares 2
Tomato (Assorted Options) 20 Amount Points
Tomato Cherry 1 tom 1
Tomato Small 1 tom 5.5
Tomato Medium 1 tom 7.5
Tomato Large 1 tom 10
Tomato Orange Raw 100g 5.5
Tomato Raw 30g 2
Tomato Raw 120g  5.5
Tomato Raw Plum/Pera 1 tom/ 62g 4
Tomato  Sliced 1 slice 1
Tomato Yellow Raw 100g 8.5
Tomato Sauce Canned 100g 8.5
Tomato Cooked 1/2 cup 6
Tomato Sun Dried 10g 9
Tomato Sun Dried in Oil 10g 4
Tomato Paste 1/2 cup 31
Tomato Puree 1/2 cup 13.5
Tomatoes Red Ripe canned in Juice 100g 5
Tomatoes Green Raw 100g 5
Vegetables 21 Amount Points
Alfalfa Sprouts 100g 2
Asparagus Sm.Spears Cooked 6 Spears 4
Asparagus Canned 2 Spears 1
Artichoke Cooked 1 medium 8.5
Aubergine/ Eggplant 100g 5
Aubergine/ Eggplant Cooked 1/2 cup 4
Avocado Raw 1/4 pear 6
Beans Baked 1/3 cup 7
Beans French 100g 5
Beans Broad 100g 8
Beets Cooked 1/2 cup 5
Bok Choy Cooked 1/2 cup 8
Broccoli 100g 5.5
Brussel Sprouts Boiled 70g 6
Cabbage cooked 1/2 cup 4
Cabbage Raw Shredded 1 cup 6
Carrots Boiled 50g 2.5
Carrots Raw 50g 5.5
Carrot Baby 1 unit 0.5
Cauliflower Raw 1/2 cup 4
Celery Raw 50g 7
Celery Raw 1 lg stalk 4
Cucumber Raw or Cooked 1/2 cup 2
Escarole/Broad Leaf Endive Raw 4 lg leaves 8
Garlic 1 clove 0.5
Green Beans Cooked 1/2 cup 2.5
Chard/Collards/Dandelion/Kale 1/2 cup 7
Leeks 100g 7
Lettuce All Types Raw 1 cup 2.5
Canned Mixed Vegetables Drained 1/2 cup 3
Mushrooms Raw 1/2 cup 5
Mushrooms Raw 5 small 5.5
Okra Cooked 1/2 cup 3
Onions Raw 1/2 cup 3
Onions Cooked 1/2 cup 3
Parsnip Boiled  60g  7.5
Peas Green Frozen 1/2 cup 2.5
Peas Boiled from Frozen 60g 3.5
Peas (Dried) Cooked 1/2 cup 8
Peppers Green/ Red 1/2 cup 2
Peppers Raw All Colours 30g 1.5
Pumpkin Canned 1/2 cup 6.5
Pumpkin Cooked 1/2 cup 6
Radishes Raw 1/2 cup 3.5
Radishes Raw 4 or 5 4
Sauerkraut (S) 1/3 cup 2
Soy Beans 1/2 cup 8
Spinach Raw 100g  14
Spinach Boiled 100g  12
Spinach Frozen & Boiled 100g  8.5
Squash Summer Cooked 1/2 cup 4
Squash Winter Cooked 1/2 cup 12
Sweet Potatoes Baked with Skin  1 medium 5.5
Swede / Rutabaga Cooked 80g 5.5
Swede / Rutabaga Cooked 1/2 cup 4
Corn Canned 1/2 cup 2
Corn Canned 80g 5.5
Sweetcorn Cooked 1 ear 5.5
Sweetcorn Cooked 1/2 cup 5.5
Turnips Cooked 1/2 cup 7
Winter Squash Cooked 1/2 cup 5.5
Zuchini / Courgette/ Calabacin Cooked 1/2 cup 5.5
Yoghurt 22 Amount Points
Fruit Yoghurt  200g 4.5
Fruit Yoghurt 150g 4
Fruit Yoghurt 125g 3.5
Plain Yoghurt 150g 3.5
Plain Yoghurt 125g 3



God Knows

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