Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!
I did manage to cut my bird in half with my old, dull knives (I’m saving up for some Wusthof)! It was a long and difficult attempt with the cutlery I did have.
It worked though! Now we have the other half in the freezer waiting for Xmas time.
Along with the turkey and yummy veggies that got to soak in the juices, we had mustard Brussels and sweet potato mash.
Keeping with our 21 Day Sugar Detox, we had apple crumble a la mode with banana “ice cream”!
Speaking of the 21DSD, today is day 7. I know it’s not about weight, but I have lost 2.8 lbs in a week. It’s incredible the effect sugar has on my weight. I also know that sugar is affecting my body in other ways. I suspect candida overgrowth and leaky gut based on symptoms and food intolerances. I’d love to go see Dr. Amy Myers right here in Austin, but in addition to new knives, that’s on my list of things to save up for.
As far as the detox itself, some mild headaches and cravings, but nothing too bad. I believe that it’s not so much will power as making a decision. Joey and I DECIDED that we needed to be better to our bodies. Sure we eat paleo, but sugar, even maple syrup and honey, isn’t good. My body is clear evidence of that and I am trying my best to help heal my body from things that have been wrong since my early teen years and that takes time.
Joey and I went for a walk with our dog, Darla, and our friends, Peter and Kelsi yesterday and asked them to take a picture for us. Reminds me that it’s been quite a while since Joey and I had any pictures taken. We are always so busy running around. It was nice to socialize a little bit yesterday and get out in the wonderful Texas December air to walk around in the pretty trails of Lady Bird Lake.
If you live in Austin and enjoy Paleo food, check out our Kickstarter for Kippin’ It Paleo! If you back us with $25 or more by 11:59pm CT tonight then we’ll throw in a pair of CrossFit socks!
Here’s to one week down on the 21 Day Sugar Detox! I look forward to checking in next week!