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Lately with all the medicine I’ve been taking and all the random meal times, nutrition has taken a back seat. Some medicines make me queasy and I don’t feel like eating. Other medicines change the way foods taste. Usually most foods have a bitter taste except salty foods. I’ve been eating a lot of salty soups and laying the salt on vegetables.

Also, with most of my energy being saved for throwing on clothes and driving to school, I haven’t been taking my own food. I eat the vegetables or salad off the cafeteria line, but the salt comes in to play there, especially. And by 3:00, all I can do is sit and fight off a nap. I won’t discuss how many soft drinks (ie..caffeine!) I have been drinking. It’s a vicious cycle with salt, carbonation, and sugar.

I’ve had just about all I can take. I’m almost to the point of giving up all the medicines and seeking better health with nutrition. Tonight, I’m roasting a pan of vegetables to mix with French lentils. One big pot of clean food.

No salt here.

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Just some vegetable seasoning and olive oil.

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Easy, simple, but so much better than a handful of white chalky pills that I’ve been taking for 7 weeks.

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To roast the vegetables, I make sure the pieces are uniform size. Drizzle with 1 Tablespoon of garlic-infused oil. Or use plain olive oil. Roast at 450* for 20 minutes. Stir pan at 10 minutes.

To make the lentils, I use 2 cups of broth for 1 cup of lentils. Simmer 20-30 minutes. I like mine with a little bite left to them.

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