*** This blog is not to be prescriptive nor give you advice, merely to show you my way of navigating true health in a jungle of advice and pharmaceutical pressure. Please do your own research, ask your own specialists or contact those I have used if you wish to find out more about your personal condition and symptoms. To your very best health. ***
Doesn’t time fly when you’re getting on with life?
This has been the last few weeks, months.
I’ve been keeping to my regime. Doing my exercises, mostly, and accepting what has now become normal with regards to erratic sleep, cold extremities and a strange metabolism.
You may be wondering what Christmas was like? It was pretty good and as far as being ‘on-plan’ goes I had already decided what I was OK with and what I wasn’t.
I had a few glasses of wine. But no sweets, cakes or puds. And really kept pretty much to plan, maybe just had a bit more of it.
I made my own grain free pastry for some mince pies. I think I made six in all. They weren’t too bad, they weren’t like normal pastry but they weren’t terrible and I’d definitely make it again. The recipe is here.
Felt a few low moments in December, but nothing I could really lay my finger on.
I also started to see again that my body didn’t really know what to do with what I was eating and I could feel and see my clothes getting tighter for some weeks and then loosening off again without any change in diet or intake.
Other than that life continued as normal as it has for the last few months, it’s certainly become a pattern and habit that I have adopted as my own now.
Onwards and upwards into the New Year. I have an event to run and my next appointment with Annette the Kinesiologist.