When I was stationed in George, my wife and I use to
buy peaches from the road side stands. I know from
where you speak. Store bought peaches are really
Cool. 17 grams of carbs for a large peach.
I could cut it in half and share the other half with my wife.
Hmmmm. I could ever mash it up, cook it in a ton of
butter and make a topping for my coconut pancakes.
Maybe mix it with a mashed apricot. It is all
about "carbohydrate rationing".
My stinking garlic from this year has yet to pop up.
Have three from last year going strong though.
Places to find all kinds of healing food and cooking information.
Specific stuff you have that may help with milk fat allergies.
Specific stuff you like to help you control your personal issues.
Not necessarily in that order.
I really only know about T2 Diabetes, because I have it. Here
is what I did to get my numbers down and to get drug free
Have you tried Goat's milk? The fat strands are shorter and
easier to digest. Plus, Goat's milk is missing some of
the allergens in Cow's milk. Here is a reference (warning, has
so many pictures of cute goats it may cause brain damage):
Meyenberg is the best in these parts.
Due to the Diabetes, I do not touch any milk because of the
carbs. But I do go for all kinds of cheese (bacteria has had
at the lactose). And, I use organic heavy whipping cream
By "personal issues", I do believe you mean my "health" and not my
sterling good looks and sense of humor.
This is pretty much what I do:
A great article on exercise:
Just a wild, wild guess, have you tried eating organic pumpkin
seeds? They are a great source of Magnesium that doesn't
make you run down the hall. And low Magnesium makes for
all kinds of havoc with your heart. Pumpkin seeds are
somewhat of a super food too. Yup, and they are low
You will know if you are low on magnesium if you have
trouble sleeping, have heart flutters, eye twitches,
and get a lot of cramps.
Pumpkin seeds are also the worlds yummiest sleeping pills.
(They taste like sunflower seeds with a touch of
pumpkin thrown in.)
I said organic as they usually compost. Now the mineral
content of any plant is dependent on what is in the
soil. And, my compost supplier certifies his mineral
content. If you go for conventional pumpkin seeds,
it is anyone's guess what the mineral content is, probably
pretty low if they are not nurturing the soil. Best
to go organic in this instance.
My favorite pumpkin seeds:
Add your own salt. (I prefer sea salt. Mineral salt tastes
bitter to me.)
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