Saturday, May 04, 2013
Well, I must bore you by planning tomorrow's meals. I'm not objecting because I haven't planned next week's meals yet. I usually do this right on the tracker,( in the notes section) where I have all the anti-angiogenic foods in my favorites, and can periodically check to see how I'm doing with reaching minimum goal calories.
I can't NOT do an assignment. Also, It's a good time to spend a little time with this because my calorie target range has just increased and I need to get used to these extra calories and making healthy choices with more calories available.
The numbers to the left of Breakfast, Dinner, Supper, and Snack are the totals for the meal of anti-angiogenic foods.
Nutribullet: spinach, frozen berries, banana, cinnamon, ginger, flax seed
1/2 sprouted grain English Muffin with almond butter
8 Dinner (family coming):
Slow cooker chicken, thighs stewed with onions, celery, pepper
Sugar snap peas
Bravelute's Holiday grains (baked grains with cinnamon, ginger, and dried cranberries)
Homemade honey lemon wheat bread with butter
Roast beef (leftovers)
Greek Yogurt, sundried tomatoes, garlic, avocado, white bean spread
5 Snack: Cocoa Yogurt with strawberries Tea
11 fruits and vegetables 1794 calories (almost at minimum)
26 anti-angiogenic ingredients
Okay. I'm off to do my prepping for tomorrow:
Grocery: buy avocado, spinach, apples (and pineapple for Monday), peeled garlic and fresh mushrooms
Defrost chicken for slowcooker.
Chop onion, celery, tomatoes
Roast carrots and garlic (and acorn squash for Monday),
Bake multigrains, and apples
Measure out morning berries
Prepare Yogurt/bean/tomato spread,
Prepare Bread Dough and place in Refrigerator to rise overnight
Slice roast beef.
Assemble grains with cranberries and almonds
Start slow cooker with chicken, celery, onion
Just before Sunday Dinner, I'll need to slice the bread, heat the carrots and apples, grains, and steam the snap peas