I topped it with plain yogurt, wild, organic blueberries, and probably a sprinkling of stevia. After doing without wheat flour and maple syrup for months, I have almost entirely come to experience this plate of food as yummy.
I have been working hard to re-order my kitchen and my thinking to fit this new way of eating, because I can see that very little is going to change, as far as Dr. Dunn is concerned. One food or another may be reintroduced, but I think that she will never recommend that I return to wheat, corn, sugar, and so on.
So I am working to make changes to last a life time in the realm of food.
Our health comprises many areas. In my daughter's work as a nutritionist, she talks of primary and secondary foods. Primary foods are the relationships we have with our body, family, work, etc. Secondary foods refer to what we eat. I like that kind of framing of various dimensions of my life.
The obvious questions are: How do significant changes of diet affect our primary relationships? And do new behaviors enhance our spiritual well-being?
I am working at becoming aware of these things.