What foods to store from a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner's point of view

frustratedearthmother

Sustainability Master
Joined
Mar 11, 2012
Messages
15,926
Reaction score
8,697
Points
433
Location
USDA 9a
DH uses this and swears it's why, other than diabetes, he rarely gets ill. He mixes it with goat milk. He usually has it at night, but I think this would work for a breakfast drink. I've tried it - and besides tasting "green" it's not bad. I should probably start using it too....
upload_2017-6-3_9-18-59.png
 

frustratedearthmother

Sustainability Master
Joined
Mar 11, 2012
Messages
15,926
Reaction score
8,697
Points
433
Location
USDA 9a
I think it is... I used to take it, but it's kinda spendy so I started letting him have it. Think that's about to change - I deserve some too! :)
 

milkmansdaughter

Super Self-Sufficient
Joined
Jul 31, 2017
Messages
1,308
Reaction score
1,529
Points
217
Location
Alabama
Oh I hope we can get this thread going again! I've really been changing our foods the last few years, and am super interested in learning more. My husband and son are NOT on board, and neither are any of the doctors I've seen so far, but I know from experience that the better I eat, the better I feel. @freemotion do you have a regular menu you follow? Could you outline what a week's worth of meals looks like for you? Please DO pontificate! We're listening even if our habits don't change overnight... :clap
 

Miss Lydia

Almost Self-Reliant
Joined
Apr 25, 2011
Messages
183
Reaction score
112
Points
183
I'd like to see this start back up too.
 
Top