I'm going to be honest - I've fallen and I can't get up, but I'm trying. I'm talking about eating as clean as you can as often as you can. It's hard being a stone-cold fox with little ones at home but my dear friend Steph does it like a P.I.M.P. So after seeing her this weekend I renewed my vows to keep it clean (it's the afterwork part of the day that gets me) and already I've got more energy, I feel happy and strong like bull.
It's funny but we eat crap as a treat but it's no treat at all. You're left feeling bloated, burnt out and down. How is that a treat? Answer: It's not.So what am I having for dins tonight with the family... a little Asparagus Heaven.
I’ve been flirting with raw food and finding it very interesting. Something I was wondering was how you deal with going to dinner at friend’s/family’s houses? How do they handle your eating habits? Do you just go with the flow, eat what they make and then get back to the raw food when you’re back at home? Or are they on board with you? I think I would have a hard time getting my mother to wrap her head around raw food.Basically yes, I go with the flow when I'm at other people's houses while trying to make the best decisions I can. All my people know I don't eat meat, that's a hard rule, but it seems almost everyone these days is up for a vegan meal and it's been getting easier and easier. And my mother has totally come around and is enjoying the benefits of eating raw foods on the regular... it can happen! If I am concerned about there being nothing for me to eat, I bring something safe and delicious to share, then there's no getting stuck or feeling like a picky jerk. I usually have a green smoothie before I go out so I'm not tempted by an empty stomach (good trick, try it). And ultimatly it's more about how you eat most of the time. Whenever good food goes into your mouth you're that much better off. Have a super good weekend and thanks Beth.