How's everyone doing?

Me, I am still job hunting. I can't believe the state of things!

So is anyone else stepping up their nutritional learning and eating better? I'd love to know how it's going.
I am tired all the time. I think part of it is depression...I am not familiar with being so poor. I was accustomed to buying good food, and fresh fruit...my budget doesn't allow it now. The level and intensity of the fatigue is debilitating. Is anyone else experiencing this? So tired you nap often? It's difficult to snack on Parsley, Kale, and Spinach....but it's what we need. Homemade hummus seems to work well. It has so much goodness and freedom of ingredients. You can add lots of onions and garlic, fresh basil, and spicy ingredients...all tremendously healthy for us....in a base of protein!

As much as I try, my message of nutrition and whole food goodness falls on deaf ears. I believe that we can stop disease and ill health with fresh and raw foods, and I am determined to tell people, needlessly suffering...about it.

My heart goes out to those suffering in natural disasters....my HIV is small and insignificant compared to the horrors inflicted upon so many.

Please, those of you who can afford to feed yourself well...do so....and share your findings.....The medical community might catch up to us someday!

Eat to Live!
do your research!

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Hey Linda

I can relate to what you are saying, I'm at the brink of depression myself and my Dr won't understand why I refuse anti depressants. I rather eat that dope myself with drugs. I'm losing my job end of Dec and only God knows how I will afford my medicine and food as if that's not enough I just lost a friend to the virus. But I learned a beautiful art that elevates my mood even if its just for one day, meditation. We are survivors and we always find away... Always.

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