I just returned from a visit with my daughter and two grandsons. Not only did I have a wonderful time with them, but also enjoyed my daughter's bee hives, garden and excellent cooking. I'm home now with renewed inspiration to prepare healthy foods and enjoy eating right with my family. I've been going through a book (called Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig., PHD) that my daughter gave me to find some new recipes, but I was a bit overwhelmed at the huge amount of information along with tasty dishes. So I decided to learn just one new thing at a time. I have chosen chicken stock which is used in many different things. It's incredibly nutritious.
At times I am tempted to think it's a waste of time for me to eat nutritiously, because I have already suffered much damage to my body with the Parkinson's Disease. What good is it going to do now? But I am going to throw that thought away. I believe that nourishing my body now can only fuel it to heal itself. It may slow or halt the progression of PD. It makes sense that it can only be beneficial for me AND my family.At the very worst, I will enjoy eating what I prepare with my family.
I have already found that I am energized as I put good things into my body. Join with me in this endeaver. Share with me any recipes made with organic foods that you have, and let's get to work getting healthy!