Originally Posted by Taedareth
Are you talking about the Blue Ice brand? We like the cinnamon flavor. And you can get it MUCH cheaper than on Dr. Ron's website. This is where I buy it
Wow, thanks for that link, those prices are amazing! I've just started dd1 on a clo, butter oil regimen because I noticed her enamel is weakening, and I see they carry all that stuff!
I guess I couldn't say I follow the WAPF diet, but I think what I do eat is close macronutrient-wise. Honestly, as long as I'm getting what makes me feel good, I'm not worrying about it either - I did start taking CLO and am getting a bit more creative with eating this pregnancy compared to before I found out I was pg though.
We do eat a few non-TF foods - pasta, white rice, annie's mac&cheese and I've bought a few Annie-O's and Wolfgang Puck canned soups because frankly, the kids need to eat something and if I'm not feeling up to anything else, at least I can boil water or open up a can
It's not ideal, but it's food, yk?
I'm trying to think ahead to the last couple months of pregnancy and the first couple months with baby. I'm not very organized (to say the least) and was never able to get it together enough to get enough food prepared to freeze with my last two pregnancies (rather, with #1, I didn't realize how necessary it would be, and with #2, I just didn't know how).
I'm always paranoid about making things too far in advance, etc.
So, anyone have any tips about feeding the freezer? I'm only (almost) 12 weeks, but I at least want to start planning - I don't want to go through the roller coaster I did with #2 - I had a week of staying with my parents at about 35 weeks, eating mostly organic but missing most of my good fats, and by the end of that had no energy whatsoever, wasn't able to get back to cooking for the remainder of my pregnancy, fell off the wagon, went through PPD, took MONTHS to start prepping again . . . and even at that, I've let my kefir grains and kombucha mushroom die and not replaced them yet
Anyway, I want to be much better prepared this time with a bunch of nutrient dense meals sitting in the freezer and perhaps instructions for dh on how to prepare fresh veggies and a dip or something.