Nutrition

Friday

Don’t forget to check out the info on our Real Food Journey if you’d like the details of what we strive for in our home. There are links to each day and a printable PDF of the week as a whole.

 

Breakfast

We woke up on the later side today, and didn’t have time for a cook-your-own-breakfast, so we always try to have a decent store bought frozen set of waffles in the freezer. Accompanied by a pick your favorite fruit (apple, banana, tangerine) from the basket and we are set for a quick, filling, easy breakfast (pictured above).

Lunch

Last night’s leftovers. Once again we had a veggie start and then a slice of leftover pizza!

Dinner

Since we’ve been indulging on the pizza, I decided to keep it ultra healthy and anti-inflammatory with salmon and zuchinni, squash, mushroom, onion, garlic, and oil stir fry. (I usually buy a large chunk of wild-caught frozen salmon at Target and just keep it in the freezer for nights like these. Bake it in the oven with a squeezed lemon, salt and pepper for an easy and healthful meal.)

 

 


 

Notes

Our family mostly drinks water. You’ll notice these menus are usually a little lighter on dairy based on the government recommendations, but if you add in a glass of milk you should meet those requirements if they are important to you.

You’ll notice the menus are light on fruit as well, and that’s because grabbing a piece of fruit, especially apples, is a common snack occurrence in our household.  My kids would snack all day if allowed, but at least twice a day is normal. Typical snacks for the kids include: salami, cheese sticks, fruit (apples, oranges, bananas, grapes, berries), veggies (carrots, peppers, cucumbers, celery) and hummus or guacamole, crackers/pretzels/popcorn, Lara Bars, applesauce, raisins, greek yogurt & berries, or trail mix.

I am working on using The Wahls Protocol, along with other research, to follow an anti-inflammatory and nutrient enriching diet for someone diagnosed with MS. I am not a doctor and am in no way providing this as anything other than a documentation of what I am eating and how I eat this way alongside my children. Typical snack items for me include Suja green juice, kombucha, tea, raw nuts/trail mixes, popcorn, tortilla chips/veggies and guac. You can also find my husband with an old fashioned, and me with a glass of red wine or a Glutenburg with lime later on in the evening.

 


 

My Breakfast

Hot Water with Lemon and Cayenne 

Suja Uber Greens Juice (There are lots of options for green juice, even within Suja. I try to find the one with the least fruit and most veggies.)

 

My Lunch

Smoothie – raspberries, pineapple, 1/2 banana, baby kale, flaxseed, water, lions mane

 

My Dinner

Same as the family – salmon and sauté

 

This was a pretty light day for me, but I didn’t work out besides some stretching and I like to give my body a light day after I indulge in something.

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