(09-15-2016, 08:58 PM)Arcturian Wrote: I know you must be thoroughly fed up by now of so many people suggesting a head-spinning number of things: 'Do this! Use that! Eat this!' - but I had an idea. When you get home, how about having a biodynamic fruit + veg box delivered weekly??
There's supermarket food, then there's organic food, then there's biodynamic food. You can FEEL how much energy it's giving you, if you taste some, you'll see what I mean.
When I lived in London I used to go all the way to Hackney from Clapham to buy it from a little shop there (not that I could afford much more than a bag of apples and some carrots! :), it's the healthiest fresh food you can buy, and tastes wonderful. That shop closed down after a while. But, there are now veg box delivery schemes, you order a box online (contents vary with what's seasonal) and they deliver it next morning, most people order a box online once a week. It's only about £12 a box, delivery is free!
If you get a juicer (maybe out of your fund?), then even when you don't fancy eating or cooking, you can bung *anything* in a juicer.
This is definitely what I would do.
So, in case you're interested in that, I was looking up biodynamic veg box schemes, but realised that although the hospital's in Woolwich, I don't know what part of London you live in. Are you east, west, and north or south of the river? (Different outlying farms deliver to different areas). If you're interested, just tell me what borough, and I'll find a list of websites of biodynamic farms that deliver to your area. Even if you can't be bothered right now, you could just keep it for future reference?
Ilikethat idea. And yes I could get a juicer from the fund.
I am in South East London. The royal Borough of Greenwich.