I have always wondered if I could go vegan...meat isn’t my problem it’s fish! I love sushi 🍣 so much so that would be really hard to give up..I feel like I could probably be pescatarian though. As long as I can have my sushi I’d be good 😋. I just love all the veggies and am not afraid to try meat alternatives. Made this bowl with my fav veggies and tofu. Pretty happy about it cause it turned out pretty good! 🍚🥦🍅🥬🍠🌱
Could you go vegan
Fall comfort foods.... Paleo Meatloaf, roasted root vegetables and Brussel sprouts..💕 It’s all about the yummy herbs but did you know that’s herbs also have numerous health benefits I put Sage, Oregano, Thyme and Rosemary on the veggies.
Here’s a closer look at each of these stand-out aromatics:
Oregano: Amazing for killing off unproductive bacteria such as H. pylori, Streptococcus, and E. coli, which minimizes the possibility of SIBO, peptic ulcers, strep throat, ear infections, and sinusitis. Oregano oil is an incredible antibacterial, especially for killing off the E. coli that causes diverticulitis and diverticulosis. It’s also effective against ringworm.
Rosemary: Another antibacterial, rosemary specializes in fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as those that take hold in hospitals. Bringing this herb into your diet is a game changer if you’re dealing with the sorts of bacteria (such as C. difficile and multi-drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA) that can result in conditions such as megacolon, severe infection, and can even lead to death.
Sage: This herb’s nature is geared toward fighting fungus. Consuming sage is wonderful for healing fungal infections such as athlete’s foot and jock itch from the inside out, as well as tackling mutant strains of fungus in the intestinal tract. If you’ve been exposed to toxic mold, turn to sage to help detoxify. Also, sage helps remove toxic heavy metals from the intestinal tract.
Thyme: This antiviral’s main job is to destroy viruses such as the flu, enteroviruses, norovirus, and the whole gamut of herpetic viruses that are responsible for autoimmune disease and Lyme disease. (For more on Lyme, see the extensive chapter on the subject in my first book.) Thyme’s ability to cross the blood-brain barrier makes it a secret weapon against viruses that have started to attack the brain or spinal cord, resulting in neurological conditions.