We'd bake a potato or sweet potato and top it off with a veggie stir LumaSlim Review fry, then adding salsa and a dash of unsweetened Greek yogurt in place of sour cream. It was delicious, and paired with fish, making a great meal! Juice: Stay away from most processed veggie juices, as well as sweet fruit juices. Instead, drink pure, fresh carrot juice! If you don't want to make it yourself, you can buy a jug of 100% Odwalla carrot juice, which is fresher than most processed juice.
For lunch I'd blend up some fresh spinach, carrot juice, hemp protein, and a bit of unsweetened almond milk for a tasty lunch drink. We'd try and have juice for lunch or breakfast 5-7 times a week. Lentils and beans: We ate lentils and beans instead of grains. They're all 'slow carbs', meaning they don't spike your insulin levels- so your liver doesn't store your meals as fat. You can top lentils off with salsa, too.
Get creative with your lentils and beans. Make a 3-bean salad, or a lentil soup — adding veggie broth, a few carrots and celery. Clean proteins such as fish and eggs: Wild caught fish is great for you, as it provides an excellent source of Omega 3 oils, as well as a clean protein that's easy to digest and use for fuel. We simply pan fried a white fish in oil, garlic, onion and hot peppers. Or, for a change we'd fry our white fish in coconut oil, adding coconut flakes, ginger and almond slivers. We also ate a few organic eggs every morning — with lentils, beans and a helping of salsa or a touch of freshly-made guacamole. Rich eats some meats, but tried to limit them to 2-3 times a week, as they're full of antibiotics and hormones.