Loving Mother Nature…

Here is a peak of a typical day of my medicine of choice.  I have been loving playing with my food and veggie juices.  Yes, it involves time, however spending an entire day at the cancer clinic for treatment is worse.  Rick jokes and does the little body shake after he smells one of my green whoop-ass drinks and he tells me it smells like I am licking the bottom of my lawn mower.  My response?  Chemo tastes worse, and don’t even get me started about how the chemical warfare tathrows hen you repeatedly throw up?  I am so grateful that my body is responding to both the conventional and natural types of therapy. This green lifestyle is not a diet for me. It is simply a life plan.



Lunch:  Spaghetti squash with cherry tomatoes, asparagus, kale, with lemon and salt & pepper to taste.

Note the minimal dishes to clean?  Love the squash bowl.


Beverage:  Made with my favourite tool in my survivor’s tool box, my juicer.

Consists of:  1/2 lemon, one beet, two carrots, two green apples, one inch piece of ginger.








Dinner:  Salad of mixed field greens (arugula, kale, dandelion, lettuce), avocado, cherry tomato, cucumber, edamame, carrots, cashews.


Juice:  Kale, pea sprouts, cucumber, celery, ginger, lime, pear, mixed field greens.





Dessert;  a nice cup of green tea after cutting the lawn in the rain.  Why?  Because all of these veggies give me so much spunk and I am treating Mother Nature with the respect she deserves, plus it makes me feel really healthy. Sick people do not cut grass in the rain, silly.

Survivors do.