Toast and yogurt, mac and cheese, and burgers
Egg muffins, soup and grilled cheese, and pancakes
Oatmeal, turkey sandwiches, and chicken in the crockpot
Oatmeal, turkey rolls, and ordered pizza
Waffles, leftovers and salmon
Toast, mac and cheese, and grilled chicken
So, there it is! Again, our goals for our children lately have included increasing our colorful vegetable intake, having meal times that are delicious, easy, kid friendly and fun, as well as being able to maintain a budget. Keep in mind that our family is at a point where we are choosing mostly, but not always: organic foods, whole wheat grains, grass-fed and wild-caught meats, pasture raised dairy and eggs, to increase health value, but that these choices must be made based on your own family principle. If you’re interested in the daily recommendations, see the charts and notes attached! Check out the daily links for details on each day and to see how I eat an anti-inflammatory diet alongside my family’s meals. For more of an intro to our whole eating journey click here.
If you have any questions or would like any further information please don’t hesitate to hit up my contact page!
He who has health, has hope. And he who has hope, has everything else.