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Daily Meal Plan

Many people ask us what we do for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. After all, buying, preparing, eating, and cleaning meals for 4 is not easy.

There are countless books and websites dedicated to recipes. In fact, we are working on our cookbook as I type this post. But cooking healthy doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming.

Let’s discuss some options using the KISS principle…keep it simple stupid for our daily meal plan.

Remember, The Drs. Wolfson are always organic, always gluten-free, and always soy-free.

Breakfast:

Everyday, we start with a greens drink. The entire family does a combination of our Greens, Superfood, and Beetroot powder. Sometimes we make a fresh juice, which is no doubt the best way. But most days, it is our mixture of powders. Just add water and go.

After that, we have several different options. Of course, bacon and eggs are a favorite. Sometimes salmon and eggs. Quick, easy, and very nutritious.

Most days we do a homemade “cereal”. Mix coconut flakes, chia seeds, and homemade nut milk. You can also add any other nut or seed to this recipe. Raw cacao nibs give an extra kick. We sometimes add a little honey or pomegranate powder. Raisins or bananas are other popular options in the Wolfson household. Once or twice a week, we do gluten-free pancakes or even gluten-free oatmeal for the kids.

Disclaimer alert! If you drink coffee, please drink your greens juice first. I know it is difficult sometimes. Believe me I know, as I grew up drinking coffee. But the morning greens drink allows you to always start off the day on the right foot. Coffee to start the day leads to other cravings such as grains and sugar. Fill your belly with greens first, which along with your coffee, can be a satisfying breakfast. In my experience, if I drink coffee first, I am not in the mood for greens later. I am not condoning coffee, but if you drink it, make it organic and preferably decaf.

Lunch:

This meal for Heather and I is just about always the same….a big salad. Depending on what is in season at the local farmers market, you will find it in our salad. Add olive oil, lemon, and a little sea salt. That is the dressing. Mix in some anchovy and you have a well-balanced meal. Add ons include: olives, avocado, nuts, and seeds.

If there is left over meat from the night before such as burgers, chicken, or salmon, we add that too. We usually do not have much left over from dinner.

Dinner:

Usually the biggest meal of the day. Typically, a meat or seafood with cooked veggies and sometimes a small salad. Beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, pork, salmon, or shellfish is the main entree.

Winter time is perfect for chicken soup. Just add your organic chicken to water with plenty of veggies. Boil for 45 minutes and dinner is served. It is that simple.

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Extras:

At every opportunity, we add herbs and spices. Thyme, rosemary, sage, oregano, turmeric, garlic, etc. I usually skip the recipe book and just add in whatever is lying around.

Fruit can be an excellent snack. We suggest only one piece per day at the most. Berries are best, as they contain the most amount of antioxidants and the least amount of sugar. Eat fruit separately from other meals.

We drink water throughout the day, but not during meals (except to swallow digestive enzymes and other supplements).

A refreshing after dinner treat is sparkling water mixed with herbal tea.

Paleo is easy, healthy, and fun. It worked for our ancestors for millions of years. It will work for you.

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