Perk # 90: …….And To Adopt Some Good Habits

My son, Donovan, walked into the kitchen one morning and asked, “Mom, why does it smell like someone just mowed the lawn in here?”

“Well, son, that’s my breakfast,”  I replied.

Yes, my friends, I am doing grass; wheatgrass, that is.  In case you are wondering, it tastes every bit as good as it sounds.   However, along with kicking some old bad habits, cancer motivated me to adopt some new, healthy ones.  Juicing wheatgrass is one of them.

I have read a lot of good things about wheatgrass juice.  I am no medical expert, but taking living grass, squeezing the green “blood” from it, and then drinking it, has to be good for you.   The fact that it ranks right up there with broccoli and raw cabbage in taste tests, is further proof to me that it is healthy.   Therefore, while it takes a lot of work just to produce just one ounce of the juice, I plan to continue with this healthy habit.

Tip: Be open to trying new foods  for their health benefits.

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5 thoughts on “Perk # 90: …….And To Adopt Some Good Habits

  1. My husband was amused, years ago, when I taught myself to like liver. I was young; I needed the iron. I didn’t want to take supplements. Liver was cheap. So, I decided to get over the taste and start eating it. Now, I love it. If I ever start to bruise, I know it’s because I’m not eating enough iron and liver and greens make their way into my diet. Good for you!

  2. This is oh so true! Thank YOU!!! Check out my blog EveryDayIWillPraiseHim about my inspirational cancer journey yours was the only I’ve found so far but I’m not sure I know how to search 🙂 or even how to direct people to mine … Continued great health to you!

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