Wouldn’t you love to walk around the corner to this wonderful little market to pick out your fresh local organic food for your meals each day? My school (just as a reminder, I’m a middle school environmental science teacher, working on my doctorate in leadership and technology) is in the beginning stages of creating a fully organic and sustainable garden to supply a daily salad bar at lunchtime for it’s one plant-based meal a day initiative starting in 2020-2021. This is an absolutely amazing idea, And I can’t wait to be a part of it.￼
With as busy as it gets every day I feel like I run out of time to cook and my body is telling me that it’s time to really buckle down and work on a whole food plant based diet (wfpb). So, now I am focusing on only a small amount of fruits and mostly vegetables and carbohydrates like rice and potatoes we are the flourless gluten-free sprouted bread for breakfast. I’m listening to my body and I know that I can no longer handle sugar, soy, wheat, and gluten. That’s what you need to do to, listen to your body.
Take it for me, Dr. McDougall has helped so many people. You can download or order a copy of his book and learn how to start feeling better too. Here’s a link to check it out: https://amzn.to/2H9aUj1
If you feel like you’re eating something that’s healthy but then not feeling so good afterward, there are plenty of ways to remedy the situation. I am going to try to heal my body by going back to the ground and removing some problematic foods that don’t seem to bother everyone in my house, but definitely cause a reaction for me. Do you have any of those sorts of foods?
Please leave me a comment or any questions if you need any help or suggestions during your journey. I am always here if you need some friendly advice. As always, 🌱❤️, forever. ￼￼￼