This little chap looks a sweetie but I am aware even now he has his dark side. It doesn’t take much to turn him into a huge and fire breathing monster.
I am always being asked if pulp is useful or even edible? Of course it is. Vegetable fibre is good for the digestive system including the bowel and in any event, I have always taken the view that my juicer does not extract all of the nutrients from the pulp -” there’s more in them there veggies”.
I drink vegetable juice to get more nutrients than I can eat in a day but I try to use the pulp as much as possible depending on what it is. Read more
… and create new blood, renew your bone marrow, fuel your brain, ease your mind, make your lungs work, support your immune system, heal your skin (including that tattoo you had done yesterday), keep your digestive system working smoothly, lubricate your joints, repair and build your muscles. What will you eat to do all that?”
Green smoothie for my breakfast in my garden.
Green smoothie for my breakfast of celery, kale, lambs lettuce, cucumber, some mixed bean sprouts, a small banana and some water. Actually delicious! If you want it sweeter try adding some fresh pineapple!
(Or the day that my life as I knew it came to an abrupt end……)
Scenario : Consulting room. Me and Consultant Biochemist: Me on a voyage of discovery as to why I was putting on weight at a rate of knots but, by accident, who was actually more interested in the plethora of things going wrong with my body. Things to which I had largely given up trying to find any answers. He was convinced that all my symptoms were linked. I had never been told this before and had consulted specialists for different symptoms. Having sent bits of me away for lab testing (blood, urine, faeces, skin..) and duly having received the results …
“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
Written a few years ago when I was first diagnosed……
“Come to the edge.
We might fall.
Come to the edge.
It’s too high!
COME TO THE EDGE!
And they came,
and he pushed,
and they flew.”
– Christopher Logue
We create our bodies every day by what we put into them. I do not think I really thought about this over much until things started going very wrong with my body and this simple fact was pointed out to me by my then consultant.