Beans and greens are full of protein also. The darker the greens the better. Broccoli is great also. Of course nutrient values are always in the raw state - which isn't ever stated anywhere and people think that a can of peas on the shelf has the same nutrient value as picking peas off the vine. Silly humans! LOL
Your DH has a rough go of it. He's lucky to have you to help him.
Thank you for reading and your comment on my blog" accepting self and the solution. It may take sometime for me to accept but that's a part of process I guess. I just feel I need more strong determination to keep going and if I messed up a day or so, I need to forgive myself and get right back up. like a Daruma. " 七転び八起 12365;" fall seven get up eight.
Ps. I enjoy your blog so much. Thank you for sharing. Have a wonderful rest of your week.
In a given block of 40 houses, as an example, 39 are filthy. Of those 39, 36 owners of said houses could care less and are too lazy and cheap to hire help. Of the remaining 3, 2 have cleaners not doing their jobs and the remaining 1 has a cleaner that cleans well and then they trash it! LOL