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As a community, we rally around those we love. This will give us all an opportunity to lend a helping hand, share a meal, and provide support when Greg needs it most. Greg was hit and run on his motorcycle on March 14th. The crash and subsequent sliding of his bike caused severe damage to his right leg, which had to be quickly amputated from mid-thigh in order to save his life. He has had a fantastic team of doctors, and we have the most faith he WILL be able to walk again. As you can imagine, this will be a long road, with many months of healing, and years to learn how to navigate this new way of life. Our support means the world to him, and I know he is so grateful to have such an amazing community in this time of need. You can sign up here to bring a meal, share a laugh, give a ride, bring your pup over to lick Greg in the face, all sorts of things. Catie will be spending a lot of time by his side, so any and all extra support we can give her as well will be supreme, lunches to take to work, snacks, etc. can be so helpful!
Please let us know if you want to come on a day not listed, the schedule is pretty open, weekend's just seem more do-able for most people. On Greg's road to recovery, balanced nutrition is essential! When building, you need a strong foundation. Think of protein which helps to heal skin and tissue as the bricks. The vitamins, minerals, and carbohydrates serve as the mortar that helps hold the bricks in place making the structure strong again. Your meal will help make Greg's house strong AF so it has all the materials and tools it needs to get him back on life's dance floor. Neither Greg or Catie have any food allergies or restrictions - we eat the dairy, the meats, and gluten. Extra Important nutrients for healing: Protein: Organic meat (when possible), wild caught fish, eggs, beans, milk, yogurt, tofu, sweet potato, and other plant proteins. Zinc: Mollusks, seafood, red meat, eggs, whole grains, nuts, mushrooms, pumpkin & sunflower seeds. Vitamin A: Carrots, butternut squash, yam, mango, and other orange fruits and vegetables, dark green leafy greens, beet greens, fish, liver. Vitamin C: Guava, peppers, citrus fruits and juices, kiwi, tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, cabbage