Hopefully by now you’ve had a chance to clean out your pantry and fill your kitchen with super nutritious food. If not, what are you waiting for? Also, we hope you understand now why you need to end your abusive relationship with sugar and processed food that is beating you up on the inside. The list of simple swaps I gave you last week should help you form new, healthier relationships. If you haven’t downloaded it’s not too late.
Now I want to give you some take off tips and an example of what a typical day of food looks like for me. Here’s the truth about a typical day of food in my family’s house — we make it simple! I’m going to give you examples to show you how many possible options there are for you to eat. But truth be told, we don’t have time to do that much cooking. I don’t cook lunch or prepare fancy snacks. Part of our strategy is to make use of left overs and make sure we have lots of grab-&-go snacks prepped and packed.
6:30 am – Breakfast (Eat within one hour of waking up):
See recipes on www.TanaAmen.com or The Omni Diet
10:00 am – Mid-morning snack:
12-12:30 pm – Lunch:
3:30 pm – Late-afternoon snack:
Option 1: Apple Cinnamon Chicken Salad and water with lemon
Option 2: If I’m on the run, I have another “Brain Balancing Smoothie” with ½ apple, ½ grapefruit or pear, ½ carrot, ½ cucumber, one scoop of dried greens, 10-15 grams of protein powder, and 1 Tbsp. flax or pumpkin seeds; 16 ounces water with lemon
6:30-7:30 pm – Dinner:
Dessert: (small amounts):
Now that you know what to eat, try these simple tips to get started and help you stay on track. Keep these strategies in mind as you plan your meals each day:
Brain Warriors, to get you started check out some free recipes. You can find over 125 Brain Warrior recipes in The Omni Diet as well.
½ cup cacao butter
½ cup raw cashews, finely chopped
½ cup raw almonds, finely chopped
¼ cup mulberries
2 tablespoons hemp seeds or flax seeds
½ cup coconut butter
optional- 2 tablespoons lucuma powder
½ cup pea protein (sweetened with stevia)
1 teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon nutmeg
2 tablespoons raw, unfiltered honey
¼ cup goji berries
1 tablespoon maca root powder (optional)
Note: For chocolate protein bars, either use chocolate protein powder or add 2 tablespoons of cacao powder in step 5.
Nutritional Information Per Serving
189 calories 7.5g protein 8.8g carbohydrates 2.2g fiber 3.4g sugar 14.7g fat
7.8g saturated fat 0.0mg cholesterol 9.3mg sodium
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