What Are Your Thoughts?

I’m always trying to improve Dietriffic, to make it a better place for my readers. Until now you’ve all been relatively quiet on this front, and so I’d like to extend an invitation for you to make a few suggestions:

  • What topics would you like to read more about?
  • How can we encourage readers to be more involved in discussions?
  • What about you budding writers out there? Would you like to contribute to Dietriffic?
  • What don’t you like? Be honest!!
  • How many posts would you like to read each week?
  • Any other comments or suggestions

I’d really love to hear from all of you, after all this website is for you guys, so what are your thoughts?

Please leave your comments in the section below, or alternatively email me using the contact form.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Side note

I moved back to Australia this week from the UK, hense my lack of posting. Hoping to get things back to normal next week. Thank you all for your patience!

Kind regards!

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Melanie is a Registered Dietitian who started Dietriffic in March 2007. Her aim is to make good health attainable and sustainable, without guilt and torture, making her approach popular with those who desire a level-headed approach to good health. Have you got your copy of her free book yet?

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Derek August 12, 2008 at 12:34 am

Since I’d been thinking of shooting you an email with this question, I will ask here.

As much as I love your posts about healthy recipes and meals, I often find that the wealth of options leads me down the wrong path. To get myself more into the mode of using food more for “fuel” as opposed to “enjoyment”, I have been wondering what would be a good, healthy meal that you could eat over and over (for nearly every meal) and get all of your nutrition and remain healthy?

It sounds crazy to think of eating the same meal over and over, but if I didn’t have the temptation of choice maybe I would make the wrong choice less often.

So…if you were to design the “perfect” meal that could be eaten all the time, what would it be?

Derek’s last blog post..Q&A Round 4 :: The Questions


Melanie August 13, 2008 at 1:44 pm

Hi Derek,

That’s an interesting question, maybe I’ll do a post on that soon. Did you check out Habit Guide?


LOL…it does sound like an advert, but that’s okay, Habit Guide really is a very helpful resource, I’m sure my readers would find it extremely useful!!


Derek August 13, 2008 at 2:37 pm

Mel, I have not checked out the guide yet as I am hesitant to spend the money even though there is the money back guarantee. I’ll have to give it some thought but it helps knowing that you think it is helpful.

Derek’s last blog post..The Winner Of The BlogWorldExpo Pass


Habit Guide August 13, 2008 at 6:13 am

Hi Derek,

I was stunned when I read your comment. I don’t want this to look like a blatant advert, but you’ve basically just described the Habit Guide diet.

The diet has a very solid structure, that provides all the nutrition you need, and you really you just tweak elements, if you wish.

You can download Habit Guide at http://www.habitguide.com/dietriffic

Ok, this really does sound like an advert doesn’t it? But honestly, I think you’ll be amazed — I think this is exactly what you’re looking for. ~ James


Habit Guide August 13, 2008 at 10:58 pm

Thanks Mel — I wouldn’t usually do that as you know, it was just Derek’s question clicked so much with us. :-)


No worries — please feel free to ask if you have any queries about Habit Guide.

Take care all! :-)
~ James


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