Let’s begin with a let down. What happens to me internally when someone misses the mark, and falls short of their promises? (We all do this sometimes, intentionally or not, don’t we?) How do I feel? What records do I play in my head about it? The owner of an expert blogging consultation business recently made …Continue reading "Day 24: One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Focus on gratitude"
On the autoimmune protocol I can feel deprived at times, when the restrictions of the elimination phase are pretty darn tight. BUT pie is good. And believe me you, this AIP friendly pie saved me many a time that I had a need for something sweet and comforting. A dollop of thick, full fat coconut …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 23: Sweet pear pie."
Hello, my name is Jessica and if you’ve been here before you know that I have an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s. For the past six weeks I’ve taken my first long term prescription of my entire life, Levothyroxine. That’s just the start, though, because during that time I’ve been preparing myself to start the Autoimmune …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 22: Before & In-Progress Photos"
His chair squeaked as he shifted the weight of his tall frame on the doctor’s stool. Sitting across from him and beside my baby girl who was in her carseat, I felt at ease about my appointment. It’s always conversational and comfortable there. “Medicine isn’t what you think it is, Jessica. It’s a business, nothing personal. Strictly business,” he conveyed. …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 21: Nothing personal"
In my last post I let you all in on a chicken deal I scored from Aldi’s. I got them 50% off and baptized those eight birds in rain barrel water in the backyard. One chicken headed straight for the roasting pan and the other seven had to “let it go” in the deep freeze…Because they were frozen…ahem. …Continue reading "One Hundred Days with Hashimoto’s. Day 20: Carcass = Bone Broth"