Good evening, hope everyone is feeling good and eating well.
Following on from last weeks post and some lovely comments I received I have decided to definitely continue with this sharing on a hopefully weekly basis! Exploring how to treat fibromyalgia by looking at the diet has become a big interest of mine and I enjoy sharing it with you.
I’ve still been focusing on eating organic, whole foods this past week, making food from scratch and monitoring what goes into my cooking. Not every single ingredient can be completely organic at this stage as I am still using up odds and end of ingredients from my pre-organic days.
Yesterday also saw me going to my long-awaited Naturopathic Nutrition appointment, a subject of which, yes you’ve guess it, I will give more detail on in an upcoming post. The main thing I wanted to share with you all is that following this appointment I am now going to be making two major changes to my diet, by going both gluten and dairy free. I will be exploring the potential benefits of this change as time goes on during this blogging journey, and my mind is completely awash with ideas for posts and sharing information, I now just have to find the time to write it all! My blog planning has gone completely bonkers this evening, it is all starting to make sense, feeling like it has more direction and a real purpose. Plus, after months of zero brain work and fibromyalgia fog, it feels good to be using the old noggin again (must watch not to overdo it though, post will come when I’m well enough!). However, for now, I leave you with the highlights of this weeks eating!
So that’s it. With 3 minutes to spare before winding down with good sleep hygiene and no screens. Tadaa! Just had another writing idea 😉
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