Menu Planning Guide 4/28/13 | My Clean Cutting Board

This week’s food guide I focused on giving you ideas with as little grains as possible. I feel amazing when I give my insides a break from all grains for at least a week. That means I eat no oats, corn, rice, wheat, quinoa, couscous, etc. There are many more but these are the most popular ones. Avoiding grains is not easy to do because everything has some type of grain in it. OK not everything, but seriously most things do. Although it is difficult, it is possible.

I spent an entire month (under a holistic medicine doctor’s care) cleaning my system. Cleaning my system meant I had to avoid lots of my favorite foods. That included nuts, grains, sugars (maple syrup, honey, agave, etc), dairy, eggs, beans, potatoes, bananas, pineapples, and other fruits. That helped me clean my system to start healing my gut. Most of the foods on the list today are foods I was able to eat when I began to clean my system. I added some foods that contain grains but they are minimal.  I will mark the meals that contain grains with an asterisk.

There may also be some foods on this list that don’t make you feel good. If so, stop eating it. Just because the food is healthy doesn’t always make it healthy for you. There are certain healthy foods that physically make me sick. Learn to read your body.

Disclaimer: I am NOT a nutritionist. I am simply a normal girl learning about food through my own experiences. I want to show you what I go through when planning my meals. Many people have asked for some kind of help to learn to eat clean and I found this is the easiest way to spread the word. As always be careful with what you read on the internet. We are all different and not everything is made for every body.

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Breakfast

  1. Vegetable juice
  2. Fruit Plate
  3. Steamed veggies
  4. Carrot juice, turkey sausage, strawberries
  5. Thin sliced sirloin steak, steamed broccoli, nectarine
  6. *Oatmeal (made with coconut milk, honey)*

Lunch

  1. Steamed sweet potatoes, pan-fried chicken
  2. Steamed veggies, roasted chicken
  3. Steamed salmon, green salad with olive oil, lime juice
  4. Chicken salad with olive oil and raw apple cider vinegar, avocado slices
  5. Fish Soup, kombucha tea
  6. *Brown rice, sautéed greens*

Dinner

  1. *Lentil Soup*, avocado
  2. Roasted lamb, sauerkraut
  3. Pan-fried red snapper, fermented veggies
  4. Roasted chicken, mashed sweet potatoes, green salad
  5. Lamb, mixed veggies, sauerkraut
  6. Turkey/Chicken lettuce wraps
  7. Large green salad (black olives, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt and pepper), pan-fried red snapper
  8. Grilled turkey patty, steamed artichoke
  9. Pan-fried trout, steamed asparagus
  10. Coconut curry fish/chicken

Snacks

  1. Cucumbers
  2. Herbal tea
  3. Carrot sticks
  4. Celery sticks
  5. Kombucha tea
  6. Apples
  7. Berries
  8. Grapes
  9. Fresh squeezed orange juice

If you or your kids need milk drink coconut milk (NO SOY MILK!!!)

For pan-frying use coconut oil (no vegetable, corn, canola, grapeseed, or olive oil should be used in cooking)

Download printable meal planning guide here Front of Planning Guide and Back of Planning Guide

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Get Healthy! Stay Healthy! xoxo, Janeris

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