Thursday, March 8, 2012

Eat More Kale

Today I wore my t-shirt my nieces gave me at Christmas.  I love it.  It says "Eat More Kale".
Here I am posing with the melons and papaya in my Eat More Kale t-shirt.
I operated in slow gear all day today.  The coffee I drank last night kept me up until after 1:00 a.m. this morning.  It definitely operated as a stimulant.  I don't need to do that again.

Lunch today was grapefruit with honey, avocado, and trail mix.  The trail mix is really good.

Dinner was salad (romaine, mushrooms, sprouts, and tomatoes) dressed with olive oil, lemon juice, Bragg's seasoning and a tiny bit of sea salt; avocado, sauerkraut, banana chips, and trail mix.

Tomorrow will be a busy day.  Our annual meeting starts at our church tomorrow evening and goes through Sunday.  We will be hosting people in our home and feeding the people that attend the meeting.  It will be a lovely week-end, I'm sure, even though it is raining.

More from Quintessence about surgery:  Surgery has become a way of suppressing disease symptoms without addressing the causes.  Organs are removed to "cure" disease.  Surgeries have become routine and popular.  Millions of people elect to have surgery rather than to change their lifestyle.  Millions of tonsils, adenoid and appendices have been removed.  These are important lymphoid tissues.  The body's line of defense is left weaker.  There is a higher likelihood of chronic disease later in life.  Removing the gall bladder and ulcers does not remove the cause of the problem.

To health and happiness.

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