Sunday spread it’s been a while since we’ve had a good solid Sunday cook up. Today on the menu was a BBQed leg of lamb raw slaw (a mix of red cabbage, carrot, parsley, dill, chili, green apple, celery & peanuts) with a lemon yogurt dressing green salad with feta & sweet potato flat breads and hummus (not pictured) it was pretty damn good! And lunches are set for the week with plenty of leftovers
Meal from yesterday salad, cucumber, carrots, sweet potato and chickpeas + ketchup
I have been pretty quiet as I haven't had pictures to post or anything to say. But I took this photo yesterday so I just thought to post it and tell I'm still here
I recently posted about eating for purpose rather than appearance..... While I wholeheartedly believe this to be true...... when making or ordering your food what colour really gets your juices flowing (pun intended) and why???
🧡 Purple for me as I think of my crown and third eye chakras being opened to receive. #valuehealthmore 🧠
Mix peppermint, eucalyptus and carrier oil in a small dish.
Apply to the forehead, back of the neck, tips of ears and bottoms of feet. Reapply every 15 minutes until the fever goes down.
Eucalyptus should not be used in children under 10. Peppermint should not be used in children under 6.
TOPICAL APPLICATION FOR FEVER IN BABIES AND SMALL CHILDREN
Combine lavender, lemon and carrier oil in a small dish.
Apply to the spine and bottom of the feet.
On babies and small children, it is important that they not touch areas where oils are applied and then rub their eyes. Always dilute to a ratio of 6 drops of essential oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil for babies and children.
What is you go to breakfast and why? I have to be honest I am a big fan of intermittent fasting and generally break my fast around 11am each day with a HFLC approach, typically:
Eggs in coconut oil with sauerkraut, smashed avo and copious veggies drizzled in olive oil and celtic salt and pepper. However I am also a big believer of honouring the natural cycles of mother nature; eating with the seasons and listening to what the body needs.
In this aspect I have been having waaaaaay more fruit than usual.
Smoothies, juices, wholefruits and fruit salads with some oats, nuts, seeds and co-yo have been what my body has been asking for.
I have not stopped training in the humidity of Bali so the copious amount of trace minerals lost with my high intensity training have been replenished and more with this approach.🛷♂️♂️♂️ Be less labelling and more mindful with your plate, eat what your body asks for not what is popular!🧘🏻♂️ Eating more plants is always a safe bet though #valuehealthmore 🧠