Results will outweigh the pain (I think) . . .

It’s time. We’ve got to make some radical changes in the way we eat in our household. It’s not bad right now, actually. We eat out maybe twice per month, always wanting to make sure the boys have a homecooked meal with vegetables. We have a lot of fruit in the house, and often eat it as snacks. But … we also eat a lot of dairy (I love cheese), a lot of bread, and a lot of other snacks besides fruit … (borderline choco-holic, thank you very much). But some things have got to change….

I’m seeing more and more allergies crop up. And the doctor couldn’t diagnose the source of my son’s stomach pain… so he was given a prescription instead. I may not know the exact source, but I sure know a good place to start.

Pray for me. I love meat. And I really like sweets. Not going cold turkey. But something’s gotta give . . .

2 thoughts on “Results will outweigh the pain (I think) . . .

  1. I’ve been “true” vegan for 17 days and I can certainly tell a difference… I went “cold turkey” when I became a vegetarian in 2012… I mean, literally over night… Do I miss my favorite Big Mac meal – YESSSS… Do I miss Cheese, Eggs, Milk and Bacon – YESSSS!!!
    But, the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to “Eating to Live” vs. “Living to Eat”…
    Taking baby steps works for most people that I encounter, but my personality type is “ALL or none”…
    Good luck to you guys!!! 😉

  2. Wow, thanks so much for your encouraging words! I don’t know if I can do cold turkey, and the kids may revolt (lol), but I definitely am excited about doing SOMETHING.

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