This faux-ridge or noatmeal or whatever name floats your 🚣♀️. 🍚🥛☕️ 🥥 made with flax, chia, hemp, coconut, nuts and topped with nut butter 🥜. Soooo good and kept me full for hours. A great alternative if you get bloated from oats like I do 🤰🏽and hungry a couple hours later once the initial bloating subsides.
I ate this #epic#vegan#caesarsalad that had edible #flowers on it at an actual restaurant near me @freshrestaurants and I don't feel much worse lol. I also get to shower now in this beautiful #accessible shower so that is how my day is going. 👌👌👌 ** How are you? -Bev 💛💜💚
For people with endometriosis, the lining tissue grows outside of the uterus. The misplaced tissue responds to the hormones by thickening and shedding with every menstrual cycle; however, the thick tissue is outside of the uterus and is unable to pass through the vagina and out of the body. The endometrial flow is then trapped and may cause inflammation and pain. Adhesions, or scar tissue, may form and stick to one organ to another. It can even cause the fallopian tubes to close, which is a dangerous endometriosis symptom because it can lead to infertility. If you are suffering still from Endometriosis, there are strategies and protocols available that can have a huge impact on your way of living! 💛 Stay positive and know that there is hope... Oh ya, and eat your greens 👩🏼🌾
Flare favourite 💕 Every single mammal on the planet will naturally do a fast when they become sick or injured. A deer that breaks his leg will find a stream or somewhere with water and simply lay down and drink water until that leg is healed. They do this because fasting saves energy that can then be channelled into the repair of their wounds. The body also proliferates stem cells during a fast that have the ability to regenerate damaged and weak tissue anywhere in the body, according to USC (University of Southern California). ••• When I have an Endo flare I usually try my best to fast on juice, or if I am feeling like I need a little more I’ll have some fruit or a smoothie. The most important thing is not to be hard on yourself no matter how you choose to cope with a flare, and I’m certainly not perfect with my diet especially when I am in pain, but if you’ve never tried to give your digestive system a rest during an Endo flare it could just be worth it ✨ 📷 @elsas_wholesomelife