Time for a detox

I couldn’t find the PDF version- but I found this on a blog: http://todetox.blogspot.my/2008/03/juvanex-7-day-eating-plan.html?m=1

Day 1-2 :
Fruits
Choose from apple, watermelon, grapes, honeydew, mango, pear, papaya or pineapple. Avoid citrus fruits (acidic) & bananas (high potassium starch content).

Menu Suggestions:
Fruits
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of fruit
Lunch
1 piece of fruit every 2 hours
Some raw almonds or sunflower/pumpkin seeds
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
Steamed vegetables or vegetable soup with a small amount of brown rice


Day 3-4 : Add Vegetables
Have Veggies steamed, lightly stir-fried, baked or juiced. Avoid tomato & corn (common allergens).

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of fruit with low-fat live yoghurt
Lunch
Large salad bowl of fresh vegetables with some raisins OR
2 pieces of baked sweet potatoes
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
Lightly stir-fried vegetables or plain tofu dish with a small amount of brown rice


Day 5-6 : Add fish & chicken
Gradually bring in small amounts of fish, chicken & eggs to your diet. The bulk of your diet should continue to be fruits & veggies.

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of baked sweet potato OR
1 piece of fruit
Lunch
1 boiled egg with vegetable salad OR
2 pieces of vegetable popia, wrapped in a snug blanket of raw lettuce leaves.
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
a small serving of steamed fish & vegetables with a small amount of brown rice OR
lean chicken salad


Day 7 : Add wheat & diary
Introduce wheat in the form of wholemeal bread & diary products but in moderation.

Menu Suggestions:
Breakfast
2 scoops of Juvanex
1 piece of wholemeal bread toast with light margarine topping
LunchLean chicken salad with a piece of wholemeal bread toast
Dinner
2 scoops of Juvanex
a small serving of steamed fish & vegetables with a small amount of brown rice


Resources taken from Guardian - The one you trust

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World Autism Awareness Day

As I was listening to the radio this morning, I said my thanks and prayers for the improvement we see in DD1.
Speech and social skills were the red flags of her developmental milestones, mainly the former. Early intervention as advised by developmental paediatrician and speech therapist probably the best move we did for her.
DD1 is now in primary 1. Time had flown by, and I hope her speech/social development will finally be at par.

OMG the previous post was in 2014, unpublished!

Fast forward to 2017:
DD1 is in standard 4
DD2 is in kindergarten

Time flew by. I am mini blogging on IG, less so FB. And more privately, on another less used social media platform.

And I almost forgot about my blog 😝

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It's the year end

Been a challenging year. Blog neglected for more than a year. kids are getting bigger. time to regroup and prioritise.

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Baby with bronchiolitis

AS2 is hovering around 9+kg. She was 9.45kg pre Raya and 9.75kg last night (different scale though). The Saturday- a day before Raya, following Saturday and Monday, she was seen by Dr.Eric for her cough. Nebuliser of Pulmicort and Ventolin/or Combivent was the mainstay. Pretty lucky she did not spike fever. Unfortunately here we are 2 weeks later- baby begins coughing again, no thanks to big sis.

Big sis on the other hand is spiking temperature up till 40C. This is going to be the third day of fever. Coughing with runny nose is slightly longer. Oh, she can take meds with less resistance! That's a huge a achievement for a feisty girl who previously had to be restrained for her meds.

I have managed syrup Zyrtec, Durotuss and Zithromax. I'm still relying on suppositories of diclofenac 12.5mg and paracetamol 250mg. With very high temperature- we cannot afford dosage reduction (ie by her spitting out). I am starting her on Singulair as her MDI Alvesco has run out. She has the similar nebuliser regime as lil sis.

Disclaimer: Meds are as per paediatrician's prescription with mommy-doc-dispenser nursing her.

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fidyah links

http://www.e-zakat.com.my/kalkulator-zakat/fidyah/

https://zakatsel.com.my/secure/baru/Ibadah/index3.asp

Ramadhan is approaching soon. Reasons for fidyah includes pregnancy, breastfeeding, ill etc. Just a gentle reminder for those who have not paid the fidyah. You can pay via maybank2u.com. No need to go through the hassle of finding a PPZ, circling for parking.

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