When I tell people that I have autoimmune disorders, this is a common response. I'm sure if you are living with autoimmune you have heard it too. What in the world should we look like? Should we walk around looking like someone killed our dog? Should we look like we are on death's door? Maybe we should look like we have given up. I say, first of all, look at the person who is making this comment. Do they look like they are all put together. Do they look like the picture of perfect health. Probably not. When you hear that comment, come right out and ask, "What should I look like?" Hopefully that will catch them off guard and make them think about what they have said. Whatever their answer is, your response should be, I don't believe in letting my autoimmune disorder get the best of me. It is common knowledge that if you make yourself look better, you feel better.
This week I prepared a recipe for my husband. This immediately became a favorite meal for him. This is super easy and the kitchen smells wonderful while this meal is cooking. Ingredients Boneless, skinless chicken thighs 2 cups chicken broth 1 pound mushrooms Garlic powder with parsley - to taste Paprika - to taste 1/4 … Continue reading Foodie Friday! Chicken & Mushroom Rice
The dictionary says that fatigued means: tired; wearied. The definition of tired is: exhausted, as by exertion; fatigued or sleepy. So how do we know when we are tired, fatigued or chronically fatigued?