some of these books i am on the waiting list for and others are waiting on me. in my quest to eat healthier and overcome my autoimmune disorder, psoriasis, i check out lots of books on eating healthy and a more plant based diet. i have to realize that these things take time. my psoriasis did not come up over night therefore will not go away over night. but with studying, learning and a bit of creativity i feel i have a symptom free future.
learn to let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food ~Hippocrates
this does not mean getting the low fat stuff. it is a whole diet change and a tough one to stick to. i already feel better. i am more conscious of what goes in to my body, i am becoming a label reader, i am a daily green smoothie drinker, i sprinkle flax seed on my whole grain cereal. this may not sound strange to some but it is strange to the way i learned to eat. not that it is wrong, it is just hard to get away from. i don't know where i will land, be it vegan, vegetarian or raw. there is a difference you know between vegan and vegetarian. i didn't know that before... see how much i'm learning?
anyone else have a total change in eating? do you want to or need to?
a support system wouldn't be bad either. i will be yours if you will be mine!
also another really good book on smoothies that i also checked out from the library is
by Kathy Patalsky of Healthy-Happy-Life.com
this book not only has tons of smoothie recipes, it also gives you the low down on different ingredients further than oranges are full of vitamin c. awesome book.
i am also wondering, can you freeze smoothies for later? like a couple of days later? like if you were going camping you could stick the frozen smoothie in a cooler later?