A week off (and a scary-looking gold bunny)

IMG_5420Is it ok for (MS-y) me to have a week off being as healthy as possible?

Apparently not.

Every Christmas, Easter, birthday or occasion-of-any-sort equals more sugar, wine (I can feel hungover after a small glass, so I’m not talking a lot of booze here), less helpful food choices and uncomfortably NOT doing yoga (I start to feel uneasy by day 2 of not yoga-ing).

During these times, I end up gradually ignoring everything I know about how to take care of myself and eating myself into a state of headachey-fatigue.

So here I am.  All slumped and exhausted. My rubbish bin full of Easter egg foil.

Apparently some mice with autoimmune disease have been seen to increase levels of myelin through fasting, and in some cases have completely reversed the disease process. I am currently way too foggy and auto-immuney to work out how the hell they know this about these tiny little creatures with their tiny little myelin sheaths.

I wish they would put me on a fasting experiment. It might sort out my unstoppable sweet tooth.

So here we go again. Back to the beginning. Back to cutting down on all those delicious energy -sapping culprits.

See you on the other side.

Lynne x

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2 comments

  1. myfamilyhomeblog · 27 Days Ago

    I’m feeling very sluggish at the moment, Easter hols were exhausting but also wondering if I need more of something in my diet … I think once the sun comes back we will all start feeling a bit better xx

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    • Lynne Jarrett · 27 Days Ago

      I agree about the weather! It’s going to make such a difference once I can finally put my winter coat away! more water, less caffeine and sugar, more veg, less wheat and dairy. That’s usually what makes a difference for me if I feel a bit low on energy x

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