Obviously I am becoming very aware of what I am eating - although I have been advised that a little of what I fancy is the way to go. Eating 'clean' means no take-aways, no salad have haven't washed myself, no soft cheeses or pates, no seafood - to keep the risk of infection down to a minimum really.
I was delighted when I was bought as a gift from a very kind friend, the new Hemsley & Hemsley cookbook from sisters who are as clever as they are beautiful. All round a bit sickening really but we will forgive them as they really do talk absolute sense in terms of eating and cooking that is actually easy to follow. First things are to use your beautiful vegetable oils like olive and rape seed for salad dressings and not for cooking. They are actually not doing you any good and really replacing with virgin coconut oil, butter or ghee (yes really) is a much much wiser option. They also look at replacing a lot of carbs with other alternatives like cauliflower that can be make into a 'rice' and courgette pasta.
Chicken Soup is good for the soul and I will be adding this one to my repertoire soon...
The Art of Eating Well, Hemsley & Hemsley