Still alternating between the Migraine Blend and the Turmeric Milk. I plan to phase out the Turmeric Milk by the end of this month, depending on the weather. If it gets cold enough, I’ll bring it back. If not, I’ll be riding out on the Migraine Blend only come February 1 with the addition of turmeric to offset the turmeric I won’t be getting since I’ll be cutting out the milk. Apparently I did have a migraine last week? I
Got through my step down dosing of the acidophilus tablets. Noticed that with the Gluten Free Greens powder that I actually don’t have to keep taking the tablets every other day because the greens powder (GP) has it in there already. Same amount of units (3 billion per scoop), so win. Besides that, my stomach has tolerated the GP surprisingly well; no upset, no burning – this indeed is truly gluten free. Have also been alternating between the GP Blend
In my quest to keep with my regiment and also stay warm, I’ve discovered this yummy hot alternative to cold smoothies. It takes minutes to whip together, it tastes yummy and helps keep my migraines at bay. So win-win. (I also refer to this as Turmeric Milk in my upcoming posts) Makes 2 servings 2 cups Silk Coconut Milk 2 tsp. turmeric powder (or fresh grated turmeric root) 1 healthy knob fresh ginger (or 2 tsp. ground ginger) 1 tbsp.
Still on track, though I won’t be doing daily updates, just weekly ones. The blend will change for the coming week with the addition of a Gluten Free Greens powder, cause I think that would work better for my life. I will be switching from water to Silk coconut milk and adding chia seeds and turmeric powder. This will make the blend more of a migraine blend/meal replacement. Will be updating quantities on my next week’s update. I’ve also added
Didn’t have a blend today as I needed something warm. So I had some soup my sister made with spinach, watercress, celery, yucca, carrots, green plantains, onions, stew beef, seasonings and hella scotch bonnet. It’s literally 🔥 in the back of my throat. 😳 I think this could still count as a migraine aid since it does have greens/veggies (albeit cooked) and capsaicin (scotch bonnet). Nose is runny (from the soup), still feeling great. Noticed that my head/neck regions where