What I Ate Wednesday 5/18/16

In an effort to show you all more of what I eat as a primarily plant-based, active adult, I'm starting a new series here on the blog - "What I Ate Wednesday."  Every other Wednesday (or so) I'll snap a picture of everything I eat and post the pictures plus descriptions here on the blog.  I'll share helpful information on what I'm eating and why.

PLEASE, please, please do not think that your food choices should directly mirror mine - we are all different and what works for my body may not work for your body, and vice versa.  I'm still figuring out what works best for me and guess what?  It's changing all the time.  I'm simply sharing my choices with the hopes to give you more ideas when it comes to plant based foods and meals.

Here's what I ate this Wednesday:

Upon waking: Water with lemon essential oil. Bulletproof matcha tea (SO GOOD!) - get the recipe here!

Breakfast: 2 eggs + LOTS of veggies at Hu Kitchen. Brought by own sauerkraut to add on top!

Lunch: Veggie noodles, spicy mushroom salad more kraut + turmeric kombucha. I usually try not to eat out 2 meals in a day, but Wednesdays have turned into crazy teaching days where I'm running all over the city, so I rely on my favorite Hu Kitchen to fuel me well!

Snack: Watermelon + raw fennel - yummy combo! Super hydrating after reaching a bunch of classes!

Dinner: Sheep's milk yogurt + Parsley chocolate protein + 1/2 banana, walnuts, shredded coconut. Quick tip: Did you know that sheep's milk is more easily digested than cow's? Plus, its usually way less processed. I'm experimenting with how it works with my gut (cow's dairy is a no-no) and so far, so good!!

 

Like I mentioned, I'm always looking to find what foods work best for me through experimentation, and trial and error. Hey, I never thought I would eat dairy again and here I am, trying it out and doing just fine! Want some help in finding what foods work best for your body and LIFE? Schedule a complementary strategy session with me!

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