Feeling good. Busy day.
Breakfast: organic eggs scrambled with grilled veggies from Sunday’s cookout.
Sweet treat smoothie: goat milk (sort of trying this out in preparation for embracing the Maker’s diet), cherries, banana, medjool dates, cocoa powder, and maca powder. Super rich. Almost couldn’t finish it because it was so sweet and filling. The goat milk made it really creamy compared to the almond milk I’m used to.
Also snacked on some roasted beets and 32 oz of coconut water.
Lunch: a smorgasbord from the buffet at Whole Foods- mashed sweet potatoes, spring mix salad with jicama and balsamic dressing, and some kind of exotic coconut soup.
Attended a seminar tonight on gastro-intestinal health. Snacked on hummus, gluten free crackers, pomegranate juice, and a fruit salad that they served as hors d’oeuvres.
Had a late, but delicious dinner of healing chicken soup.
Spent most of the day taking care of my “patients”. Baby girl’s ear infection is, as far as I can tell from her behavior, completely resolved. I’m still alternating between apple cider vinegar and garlic oil ear drops, giving her a vitamin c supplement, and slathering her with antimicrobial essential oils. She has a very mild and infrequent cough, and is a little grumpier and needier than usual- which tells me she’s not 100% better, but she has not complained about her ear at all and seems to feel much better than yesterday.
Patient #2 (the husband) had a pretty good day and seemed to be feeling marginally better until the sun started going down and his fever came back. Throughout the day, I gave him 1000 mg of vitamin C every hour until it started to bother his stomach (that didn’t happen until 8pm). He also drank several cups of mullein tea and took thieves oil with honey a few times. After his shower, I rubbed him down with essential oils again. And kept refilling his water glass, trying to keep him as hydrated as possible.
This is the breakfast I made for him. Lots of antioxidants, protein, and carbs.
This was my breakfast. I just really loved the soup from last night and this was easy since it was already made. I also snacked on lots of berries and avocado through the morning.
Awesome salad for lunch. Spring mix, yellow tomatoes, roasted red peppers, black beans, sauerkraut, and homemade dressing. Super delicious.
Smoothie time: macadamia nuts, almond milk, frozen bananas, pie spices, vanilla extract. Very good.
And dinner was mostly bread. That always happens when I bake a fresh loaf. Just can’t stop myself. This is the everyday sandwich bread from nourishing meals.