Archives for: November 2005, 12
I think it's safe to say that the natural protocols are helping. My A has dealt with minor allergies as well as what look likes the common cold, and yet it has not developed into another ear infection. We were so close to sticking tubes in his ears!
He is not very happy with the lemon flavored cod oil, but one way or another I get it down him. My O seems pretty hardy, as he has not missed even one day of school this year. I have to attribute that to his naturally sturdy immune system. Both Dad and grandma still pump him full of wheat, but I do my best when I am feeding him.
There are so many minor differences between an A non-seceretor and an A secretor. For example, I just discovered that coconut milk is a neutral for my little guy. Thai cooking methods just became a little easier!
I haven't had much luck with my rice paper rolls. I think I will work on baking with them next. Frying them worked for me, but both boys do not like all of Mom's hidden veggies on the inside. Try, try, try again.
Gluten free Swedish pancakes are the popular breakfast choice for the moment. I still prefer lots of grilled veggies in my eggs. I had one great morning this week when I make scrambled eggs with grilled onion, kale, sea salt, and goat cheese. Serve it up with a side of strawberries and a slice of pumpkin raisin bread! I had energy for hours!
Speaking of energy, I was really low on energy yesterday - which puzzled me because I had all of the essentials in place - i.e my vitamins, plenty of sleep, really good food, and exercise the day before. I wish I could figure it out.
Good eats, everyone.