Today Brandon and I had a chance to share the most recent events in our lives with our church community. Brandon meets with our pastor once a week to hang out, have breakfast and talk about life together. During this time he had been sharing our “Living life with margin” and our pastor asked us to speak this morning at church to share with people about how we make finances, time and emotions work for us.
It was really cool talking to everyone about the things God has done in our lives. Being able to share that helped us to analyze a lot of the different ways that God has touched our lives these past few months. After service, I had several people approach us and ask about our eating and recent healthy lifestyle changes.
Brandon and I learned today that we really enjoy sharing healthy eating habits and healthier lifestyles with people. It is feels great to be able to give back and help people.
I have been really interested in learning the health benefits through the foods people eat. Inflammation, aches and pains, back pains, Parkinson’s, infections, degenerative disease, auto-immune disorders, cancers, thyroid diseases, etc all linked to food? Crazy how what we eat effects us that much. I’ve been researching the science behind what to eat and why. Today I listened to two interviews on health and wellness through Sean Croxton‘s Pod-casts. One was by Diane Sanfilippo and the other by Mark Sisson.
I will be blogging about some of the things I learned later this week! Very cool stuff.
After a nice walk and all of this new knowledge, I sure was hungry- tonight I made breakfast for dinner. Brandon’s choice!
Apple Cinnamon Pancakes
1 cup milk (raw milk or coconut)
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 tsp Cinnamon
1 tsp Honey
3 cup Apple Sauce
|Should be thick and fluffy
Beat eggs in a bowl until well blended
Add in Vanilla and Milk, mix well
Add in the rest of the ingredients, mix until no lumps are left.
Grease a skillet with butter and pour pancakes in (these flip well). Cook on medium-low heat until
browned. These are good and with the butter there is a nice crisp around the edges. Allow them to
cook until you start to see some bubbles in the batter.
|Drizzle with some Maple Syrup!