Breakfast

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Kinsley’s breakfast.

In an attempt to remove cereal from our diet, frozen blueberries and cream have become a breakfast staple for the children.

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Sophie’s breakfast.

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Truxton’s breakfast.

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Mama’s and Gillian’s joint breakfast. It looks so much more appetizing before Gilli gets her grubby hands on it!

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Oh, and did you notice the steam rising off my coffee?

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Oh, the joy!

Please feel free to ignore these meal posts… we are attempting a healthier diet these last couple of weeks and I have been chronicling our meals for my own amusement and because I told a friend that I would do so. We are basically trying to eat along the lines of the Primal diet as outlined by Mark Sisson, but I think that it also follows a lot of the same basic principles of the GAPS diet, Dr. Weston A Price, and the Paleo diet. Basically we have attempted to eliminate sugar and most carbs, and eat a lot more veggies, healthy fats, and whole milk products! The children are eating a lot more fruit, too.

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2 thoughts on “Breakfast

  1. I’m so proud of you Candace! This reminds me of myself once upon a time… You see, I have a big sweet tooth as well… and I love my sugar! However, one October morning (I was fourteen), my silly conscience realized I ate the most sweets during the Holiday season… So, in order to become a more healthier me, I decided to try to completely eliminate refined sugar from my diet until after the New Year. It was hard at first, but after two and a half months it was almost natural to refuse sweets, or anything with refined sugar. Well, with me being the stubborn being I am, I decided to see how long I could resist the temptation…Well it took me awhile, but I eventually found a good excuse… I was going to Europe. Four years later, yes, four whole years, I decided to break my fast so that I might indulge in some Belgium chocolate, Italian gelato, French pastries, and the many other treats one might find wondering the streets of Europe… and boy was it worth it! 🙂

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