My eating has been a bit over the place.
I try to eat 1 healthy meal at least once a day. With lots of vegetables. But I have needed to make changes as my jaw sometimes aches from all the chewing of raw vegetables. (having some teeth issues) Especially raw cabbage etc.
Yesterday I made a large salad with handfuls of cos lettuce, tomato, cucumber, finely grated carrot and finely grated beetroot. Then poured over this homemade ranch dressing. I so much liked the dressing and it was the first time making it.
I also ate grapes and 2 juicy plums. But then ate a box of TV snacks (chocolate biscuits) later.
I made homemade baked beans the other day. Very yummy and I froze the remainder for another day.
I have also made falafels.
And one night just ate a plateful of an assortment of vegetables with mushroom gravy on them. I do like simple meals like that. Baked potato, baked pumpkin, green beans, cauliflower and carrot.
Some days I won't eat a lot at all. I don't really have any appetite. Though I have had cravings for junk at times. That is not true hunger though.
I do drink plenty of water. And drink a green powder drink most days. I also make a turmeric, ginger, vitamin C, vitamin B's concoction and drink that throughout the day.
I have eaten hot chips a few times, smiths chips and I have eaten 2 Easter egg bunnies.
I made a toasted wrap the other day. It had cashew cheese, tomato and chopped up baby spinach. Super yummy.
I also had my vitamin D levels checked. I needed to ask for the blood test. The GP wanted to know why I wanted it. I just was curious as low levels can be linked to depression, anxiety and whether your body absorbs calcium and delivers it to your teeth and bones. So yeah I was low. And even though I do get sunshine. I am very interested to see whether I am different after I get the levels up into the healthy range.
So anyone reading this and especially if you don't get outside in the sun. Please consider getting your levels checked as well.