Excuse my errors and use of the English language. it sort of "Southern Rock".. haha
Hippocrates: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” .
FOOD - does much more than simply provide your body and cells with fuel. It will promote or worsen health, depending on what you eat. Whole foods have been shown to prevent many chronic diseases and may help treat some conditions, such as fighting cancer, diabetes, arthritis, kidney stones, high blood pressure, etc.
Pesticide's build up in your food and are harmful to your health!
Since my liver transplant in 2019. The first year, I was having trouble digesting food because of no gallbladder and thick bile. When they do a partial liver transplant, the surgeon has to connect bile ducts, which cause a decrease in the size of the bile duct. This decrease in size and thick bile will cause a blockage. I was getting extremely sick every two weeks, almost to the day. So sick, that I would be rushed to the hospital for evaluation and testing. Then given antibiotics and other medication to remove infection from my blood and thin the bile. This medication made me a complete different person. My normal personality is, I try to inspire people, with humor, smiles and just loving life, being happy. Every day is a gift to me and I want to make it the best day possible for you and me, so why be glum and sad. I try to find happiness in every moment even adverse situations can give you education and there is a bright side, you just need to be open to it.
Well, the “OTHER GUY” taking the medication was very ANGRY – even yelling at people. Leave me alone. I’d fly off the handle at the least little irritant.
The good news – I realized this when I flew off the handle at my wife one day and then when I was speaking to my medical coordinator, and she notified my medical doctor. So, I stopped that day and told them there needs to be something else!
My wife started to research as she has done form the beginning of my cancer diagnosis. She started me on a diet of, a small amount Arugula, celery and red beets with sautéed beet greens prior to every meal. This remedy has stopped the thick bile and I have not been sick for over 6 months now. Thank goodness I love red beets and the sautéed greens. Even celery is starting to be tasty haha…
I hope this helps you in some way.
It's not gonna fill ya up but, it is tasty, healthy and a great snack to curve the appetite.
Pear and Arugula,
all ya need is some blueberries and pecans, YUM
Ham and Sweet potato's. Wash the sweet potato's take out any roots, cut them in chunks, cook them in coconut oil, maybe a little butter, add some water to help steam... Then through in no nitrate, no hormone, Ham. Call it Din Din!
You can buy prepacked salad greens at most grocery stores, ORGANIC is ALWAYS BEST.
Grab some carrots, avocado, hard boiled egg, Bolthouse salad dressing and LUNCH IS SERVED..
The egg is the most important, the egg helps your body take in all the nutrients of the greens.
This is a true Pennsylvania thing, a Pickled egg sandwich. I through away the bread, put the beets and egg on romaine lettuce with some organic mayo. YUM
Trader Joes, has some incredibly easy meals that are good for your health. Thank you Mr. Joe for searching the world for quality easy to make meals. The shrimp filled pot stickers, with shredded cabbage and the peanut sauce,
Well because I'm a guy with very little culinary experience, I can say that. It might be dome in 5 minutes but, it aint gonna look pretty!
Cut the top off a tomato, cook Aldi's 90 second grains (yes done in 90 seconds, just add water and heat) Add some peppers, and avocado.
BOOM tasty Lunch.. You gotta agree Guy Fieri
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