My father-in-law is 84 years old and a colon cancer survivor. Unfortunately he has had bowel obstructions...
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My father-in-law is 84 years old and a colon cancer survivor. Unfortunately he has had bowel obstructions every couple of years. He is told to eat low fiber. When researching I find a lot of high fiber information. I would love to have a food chart that shows what is Low fiber and is user friendly for elderly. Does anyone have information on this?View Thread
I am a 24 year old female and i am severely overweight. I am 5'1 and weigh about 230 lbs. One of my biggest issues is that I never learned how to cook, so the only things that I CAN cook is anything in a box which is mostly carbs and full of sodium. No one in my family cooks and I live in the middle of nowhere so there isn't the option of a cooking class or anything like that. I really need some tips on how to get my life straight and start losing weight because I get out of breath just walking up the stairs and I don't want to live my life this way anymore!View Thread
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