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Meal Plan June 5

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Breakfast: 2 organic eggs with 2 slices turkey bacon and cantaloupe

Lunch: black bean and turkey chili and bowl of mexican veggie soup

Snack: stevia sweetened berry and yogurt bowl

Dinner: Salad with diced chicken breast cooked in buffalo sauce, light ranch, grilled onions, tomato, on mix of spinach and romaine

If needed small protein shake during the day (lately I have been very hungry... so upping protein

  
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TRACYZABELLE 7/5/2013 3:16AM

    Looks like you are on a rolL!

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Menu Plan 6/3

Monday, June 03, 2013

Breakfast: 2 organic free range eggs, turkey bacon, and a cup of mixed berries

Lunch: whole grain sourdough bread with turkey, sprouts, tomato, avocado, and mustard, with a serving of roasted veggies

Snack: yogurt mixed with berries

Dinner: turkey and black bean chili and a cup of mexican veggie soup

  
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FITLIKENIC 6/3/2013 3:02PM

    I want to come eat at your house! emoticon

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Meal Plan June 1 and 2

Friday, May 31, 2013

Saturday
Breakfast: local free range organic eggs and raw cheddar served with a side of mixed berries

Snack: probiotic veggies

Lunch: low cal mexican soup (made with squash, zucchini, fire roasted tomatoes, cilantro, cumin, jalapenos, and home made broth) served with a side of low carb whole grain tortilla with one piece of laughing cow queso cheese

Snack: greek yogurt mixed with frozen berries

Dinner: turkey burger with whole grain bun, topped with tzatziki and served with a salad


Sunday
Breakfast: whole grain sourdough pancakes topped with berries and greek yogurt

Lunch: chicken breast grilled and topped with cheese and turkey bacon, served with large salad with olive garden dressing, tomatoes, pepperocini

Snack: leftover soup from Saturday

Dinner: 4 oz of steak on top of large salad with light chipotle ranch and homemade probiotic salsa (AVOID POTATO)

  
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SEANDA 5/31/2013 11:14PM

    Probiotic veggies are fermented veggies. Traditional kosher deli pickles and traditional sauerkraut were not made with vinegar but fermented through lacto fermentation making them full of healthy bacteria and NOT the bad kind. It is how they were preserved until the last century. This would also include traditional pickled beets and Korean kimchi. :) I made fermented carrots, pickles, and others.

Probiotic salsa is also just lacto fermented... usually using whey as a starter.. sometimes a purchased starter.

I am currently loving the home made pickles. If you ever had true deli pickles they have a slightly different flavor, tart, but SO good. :) Modern methods are used because of the long term storage done today.

Like yogurt or kefir or kombucha these are great for boosting your immune system and helping digestion and have the added benefit of K2.

I am trying to eat 2-3 servings of probiotic foods daily and I am doing more in the form of fermented veggies because the calories are lower. :)

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HOLISTIC5 5/31/2013 10:02PM

    SEANDA, what are probiotic veggies?

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Meal Plan 5-30

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Ooops missed a day...

Breakfast: scrambled eggs with turkey sausage and laughing cow cheese, kombucha, sliced tomatoes

Lunch: turkey burger topped with salsa, with a salad with light chipotle ranch

Snack: yogurt mixed with berries

Dinner: Fish tacos on low carb tortillas with chipotle slaw and a bit of lime juice and cilantro

  


Menu Plan 5-28

Monday, May 27, 2013

Breakfast: kefir smoothie, whole grain toast with sliced tomato and dill

Lunch: chipotle light chicken salad on a bed of spinach and baby romaine with red onions and tomato

Snack: yogurt and frozen berries

Dinner: cajun sausage (one link) with dirty rice and mixed grilled veggies with cajun seasoning, kombucha lemonade

I need to start tracking calories again... but at least I am planning healthy meals and watching portions.

To work on: drinking calories... between kefir and kombucha and sometimes coffee with half and half and fresh veggie/fruit mix juices, I am averaging 200-300 calories a day in beverages. Need to work on this. But I am trying to make sure that any calories I drink are nutritionally dense and not empty calories.

  
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SEANDA 5/28/2013 12:41PM

    Kombucha lemonade is really just lemon flavored kombucha :) I call it kombucha lemonade. Kombucha (in case you did not know) is a type of fermented beverage that is from Russia and China. As I am trying to include more probiotics in my food in a wide range of types, I am drinking kombucha a few times a week. Not a LOT.. but some. :) And a wide range of flavors is available at our local health food store as the owner makes some. I am going to buy another bottle today... I am leaning towards blueberry pomegranate. :) I am still learning to appreciate the tartness of kombucha and earlier this week I was blending it, 2/3 kombucha to 1/3 juice. I am liking it more and more. (Kinda like I used to only like highly sweetened yogurts but my palate is changing.)

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TINAKATRINA1 5/28/2013 10:53AM

    Sounds like very healthy and interesting menus lately! Kombucha lemonade? What exactly is that? emoticon

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WATCHMEGO! 5/28/2013 6:12AM

    I like that you started with planning healthy meals, then identifying an area for improvement. Great strategy!

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