I decided to start with this post because its one of my favorites to read on others' blogs and watch on YouTube. It gives me some ideas and I just enjoy reading about it.
I should preface this by stating that I have been doing the Whole30 for the past 23 days. If you're unfamiliar with the Whole30 I encourage you to read about it here. I'm sure most of you have hard of pale before. Basically, no grains, sugar, dairy, gluten, refined anything, soy, or anything processed or from a package except a few random things. Everything all natural! I've mostly been eating meat, fish, veggies, eggs, and fruit. If you're interested in completing one I recommend the book- It Starts With Food. I've really enjoyed this way of eating. But it has really taken a lot of the enjoyment out of my meals. I've just been eating to nourish my body rather than eating for entertainment. I haven't eaten in a restaurant in several weeks other than the occasional Chipotle lunch in a pinch. I plan on doing a full post on the Whole30 and my experience once it is over this weekend.
So on to what my typical day looks like in food!
-2 fried eggs with fresh eggs from the farmers market cooked in ghee
-A side of green beans- so random- but I try to eat veggies at each meal. Usually for breakfast I just have whatever veggies are left from the night before
-a glass of ginger kombucha
I drink a ton of water all day. When I get to work I have either hot tea or coffee with coconut milk or homemade almond milk (tutorial coming).Solle Vital I will do a post on all of my herbal supplements soon
-salad with leftover chicken, avocado, strawberries, dill, and a boiled egg
-baked sweet potato with ghee
I had to run to Home Goods at lunch to return something and I found these snacks. I love stuff like this. I ended up eating this whole bag. Both have only fruit as the ingredients. No added sugar!
And 2 pieces of this:
Around 2:00 I got hungry and had this:
When I got home around 5 I was starving! I randomly ate a boiled egg and drank some water to hold me over. Then dinner was not my favorite. I actually ended up throwing half of it way because it just wasn't good.
-Tuna steak marinated in coconut aminos, ginger, cilantro, and green onion
- sautéed cabbage and sweet potatoes
Then after dinner I had a big spoonful of Sun Butter.
Not the most glorious or exciting meals but this is what a typical day looks like these days! Each meal I try to include protein, fat, and carb. Nothing fancy. On the weekends I will cook more elaborate meals that my husband and I can enjoy together. But for now- this works.
Hope you enjoyed a little sneak into my day:)