BII? 2 years and 3 months ago I thought breast implants would make me happier, more confident. I have started feeling terrible just few months after the surgery: * Muscle pain * Fatigue, all day every day * Joint pain (hip, hands, wrist) * Memory loss/forgetfulness, tripping on words, concentration problems * Dry mount, skin * Hormone imbalance * Inflammation * Tiredness * Weakness * Acne * Back pain * Dry skin * Loss of libido * Heat/cold * Headaches * Cold hand and feet And the worse of all I developed: * Hashimoto’s thyroiditis * Lekay gut * tones of food intolerances (dairy, potatoes, soy, egg whites, nut, seeds, paprika, eggplant...) I have tears in my eyes, as I am extremely happy to make this decision and have implants removed. I can’t wait! It’s 26 days until my breast explant surgery. I’ve learned that having “foreign object” in your body can cause autoimmune reaction can attack our body, causing in my case autoimmune disease and a lot of pain. I am really grateful that I was exposed to this information https://healingbreastimplantillness.com/breast-implant-symptoms/ @breast_implant_illness & Ellenie whom I met here on Instagram @the_lchf_lifestyle ❤️ _______________________________________________________________ #breastimplantillness#breastimplants#vegan#love#keto#ketogenic#ketosis#veganfood#food#foodie#foodblogger#healthy#healthyfood#healthylifestyle#healthyeating#lchf#fit#fitness#fitmom#fitspo#polishgirl#polish#poland#polska#lowcarbhighfat#cleaneating#sugarfree#amsterdam#auckland#london
Raspberry Chocolate Brownies by @whatluceeats Headover to her page for loads of deliciously healthy recipes! #recipe 👇 ➕➕INGREDIENTS 215g oats 70g cacao powder 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/4 teaspoon of salt 90ml of maple syrup 60ml of non-dairy milk 60ml of apple sauce 60ml coconut oil (melted) 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 100g blended raspberries 90g of whole raspberries 1 tablespoon of chia seeds 50g of dairy free dark chocolate chunks . ⏩⏩Instruction Preheat oven to 180°C/350°F. Grease a 8.5 x 8.5 inch (or 8 x 8 inch) tin with some coconut oil. 2. In one bowl, mix all of the dry ingredients. 3. In another bowl, mix all of the wet ingredients. This includes the chia seeds but not the blended or whole raspberries. 4. Combine wet and dry ingredients together by hand using a spoon or spatula. 5. Gently fold the blended raspberries and chocolate chunks into the mixture. 6. Fill the tin with the mixture. 7. Place the whole raspberries onto the mixture by gently pushing them into the surface. Display as you please. 8. Place into oven for 20 minutes. To check if they are cooked place a toothpick into the brownies and ensure it comes out clean. 9. Take out of oven and leave to cool for 30 minutes before cutting into squares. Brownies can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks (hats off to you if you can make them last that long) – or they can even be frozen. Enjoy! . 💥Follow, Tag & please include @deliciouslyhealthysweets #deliciouslyhealthysweets in the caption of your post to be featured 💥 . E N J O Y today and Expect an A B U N D A N C E ! .