Yesterday I was feeling hungry but not wanting to actually make something, so I headed over to a vegan bakery and cafe called Wildflour Bakery. It’s located on the Pawtucket/Providence line near Blackstone Boulevard.
I ordered 2 juices, one for lunch and the other for Saturday’s breakfast since I was supposed to be out for the day. Lunch was the Alkalizer with plenty of ginger for some zip and I enjoyed it.
Kermit the Green Juice
This morning’s treat was this very very green Kermit juice. No fruit at all and very, hmmm, what’s a good word? Green and grassy! Not as tasty as I would have liked but healthy for sure with kale, spinach, celery, cucumber and can’t remember what else. I got it down but will not order that one again.
Will try a smoothie next time.
Clean is going well and released another pound or so, for a grand total so far of 3.3 pounds. I’m not starving, and even though I have to think a bit more about what I should be eating, my body is liking it so far.
I have just begun my online training for the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, or IIN, and I have already learned and absorbed so much information. Sometimes it is actually overwhelming. There are so many experienced and opinionated people posting in our FaceBook group, that it can be distracting, to say the least.
Eat meat and dairy. Only veganism will do. Vegetarian with fish and eggs, raw dairy products, paleo diets, whole grains, no grains, gluten-free… Are you kidding? After reading just a handful of posts anyone who eats would be confused.
I agree that we should eat more fruits and veggies, and get our foods as naturally as possible, including organic. I have decided to not spend too much time on the larger FaceBook group and pay more attention to the smaller group connected to my coaching circle.
Healthy Mediterranean Plate from Angelos
This is an amazing journey already, and I have just begun. More to come as I learn.