For any male readers, you may want to just leave now. Or perhaps read on …. if you’ve a hankerin’ to learn how these things work. 😉
So at age 52.5 I believed that I had finally reached the “M” word. Menopause. There are certain attributes of the “M” word that are fantastic …. the absence of “my friend” is the bomb. And then it happened. A little over a week ago “my friend” returned. And with a vengeance. What the hell?? And from what I hear, if that happens, the 12 month no friend clock starts all over again, before you can say you are in menopause. Get the calendar out.
But then other bad things happen. Tired all the time, fuzzy brain, bloated, weight gain, terribly achy joints, etc, etc. These achy joints are what spurred me back into action on the eating clean path again.
I found that the last time I cleaned up my eating ways, I not only felt better in general, but my aches and pains went away as well. We truly are what we eat! And being I’ve been feeling like a 150 year old woman of late, it’s time. Time to kick the salt and sugar to the curb. Trash the processed and trade it in for fresh, homemade goodness.
After much research I’ve added Vit b6 and b12 to my daily routine. Along with some calcium (which I was supposed to start taking about 5 years ago, but never did). I also started back with Natural Progesterone Cream. I had a bad bought of Pre”M” back when I was 38. Used the Progesterone Cream back then and it did wonders. Truly. Totally balances out the estrogen in your body. I just started using it again a few days ago. Can’t WAIT for it to kick in so I can be balanced again. Between the cream, the vitamins, clean eating and walking I should feel 35 again in no time!!
If you need more info on Natural Progesterone Cream pick up one of Dr. John R. Lee’s books: “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About PreMenopause” and “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause”. I have them both and they are so helpful.
So, made The Pioneer Woman’s Chicken Florentine Pasta last night and it was deeeelicious! Probably just having left overs and salad tonight.
Making homemade granola today. Best granola on the planet! You should try it. Here’s the recipe.
Apparently the deep freeze is coming. I believe it’s supposed to get down to the teens for a couple of days. Brrrrrr! So glad I don’t live in Minnesota anymore! Hope everyone stays warm and toasty. Good days for homemade soups and stews for sure!