I'm planning a trip to London, and I'm a little worried about food. I'm a Type II diabetic. I control it with a low dose of Metformin, and keep a very low carb, low sugar diet. My breakfast consists of Fiber One cereal (made by Kelloggs) and a low-sugar or no-sugar-added soy milk, often with strawberries or nuts and Splenda on top.
I also snack several times a day, either mixed nuts or snack bars (mostly those made by the Adkins diet folks). I've also made my own little tuna sandwiches with flatbread/pita and these little pre-seasoned tuna packets you can get in the supermarket here.
So my question is: How easy will it be for me to find these foods in London? I'm hoping I can have a small refrigerator in my room, or that I can find soy milk in little disposable boxes (the size of those boxes children take to school w/juice in them). The last time I was there was 1987, and I understand things are very different now. I know there is Whole Foods in London as well.
I'm all for Rick's picnic ideas!