I know. What would you do if a doctor handed you a prescription for bacon? :nilly:
Glad to hear about your husband's arteries! I'm undoing 25 years of macaroni & cheese and kool-aid, so I can use all the encouragement I get.
Of all the major improvements I've made in the last few months of tweaking, it's a tie between eating one meal a day and having upped protein to about a pound a day.
Super excited to have done one-armed chin-ups , and now with better and better form!
Only supps are still vitamin D, occasionally molasses and baking soda to fight cramps, and magnesium pills which I probably don't need, but take when I know I might need the extra shove into sleepsville.
Gathering stinging nettle instead of buying spinach has become amazing. Superior flavor, nutrition and it's free. And I eat whatever else I find out there, like berries!
Eating a pound of liver once a week and feel amazing for two to three days every time I do. Lots of eggs, ground beef, duck, lamb neck, fish, avocados, coconut milk (in smaller containers than I used to drink!) and similar. Yeah, most weeks I'm breaking the 50 dollar mark, but I've also cornered the best deals in town and shop 'em all in a straight line.
Canned fish are cheapest at Big Lots.
Coconut milk and purple sweet potatoes are cheapest at the Ukraine market.
Weird meats and other veggies can be had at the Pacific Market on 4th and 99 in Everett.
Avocados, frozen salmon, canned fish, and more are at the Grocery Outlet.
Meat and green apples are at Trader Joe's
Central Market has crazy good deals on duck hindquarters and lamb neck, and more.
The Sno-isle Co-op has DUCK EGGS and they are AMAZING. Worth the money!
And I make my own kombucha now.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.