Recently learned . . .
Lesson 1: Split up the CoQ-10 into 300 mg doses, one with breakfast and one with lunch. The latter will help me push through that post-lunch slump that so often recently devolves quickly into a nap I didn’t plan for nor wanted in the first place.
Lesson 2: Homogenized conventional cow’s milk makes my stomach sick. Non-homogenized and raw cow’s milk, sheep’s milk, and goat’s milk rock (as do their cheeses).
Lesson 3: Daughter has the same problem as in Lesson 2.
Lesson 4: There is nothing satisfying as being able to know for a fact that a given food substance is causing my body distress and being immediately able to address it. Having removed wheat, chicken eggs, and onions from my diet, my daily systemic inflammation no longer masks all the other things going on in this meat-bone package in which I am encased. Localized pains and discomforts now stand out and I can better identify target areas to work on with my health care providers (when I have money to see them).
Lesson 5: I’m still a procrastinator. Work on that . . . later.