My first day's "food plan"
Okay . . . so if you need an example . . . here's what I ate my first day . . .
Now . . . there's a reason for every food item that I chose . . .
Meaning . . . they're either an "anti-inflammatory", "antibacterial", contain "no sugar", low or no "lectins" and are all nutrient sound.
BREAKFAST - 2 organic cage-free scrambled eggs cooked in a little extra virgin olive oil with a cup of kale, again sautéed in a little extra virgin olive oil
Now with this . . . I got my "protein" from the eggs, compliant "fatty acids" with the extra virgin olive oil and complaint "simple carbs" from the kale . . . this equaling about 323 calories
LUNCH - a large salad with romaine lettuce, kale, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and celery with cooked wild-caught salmon and for a dressing I took some minced garlic and sautéed them in extra virgin olive oil, then added more oil to simmer. After the garlic had fused to the oil . . . I let it cool and used it for a salad dressing.
And with this . . . I got my "protein" from the salmon, compliant "fatty acids" from the salmon and oil and compliant "simple carbs" from the veggies . . . and this equaling about 358 calories
DINNER - I had organic pasture-raised chicken breast sautéed in little extra virgin olive oil with garlic and red onion, organic asparagus and Brussels sprouts sautéed in little extra virgin olive oil and garlic, and a medium size baked sweet potato with Ceylon cinnamon sprinkled on top.
With this . . . I got my "protein" from the chicken, compliant "simple carbs" from the asparagus and Brussels sprouts, "fatty acids" from the olive oil and compliant "complex carbohydrates" from the sweet potato . . . this equaling about 522 calories
So you can see . . . I had 3 healthy high fat, low carb meals that contained "proteins", lots of veggies for my "simple carbs" and "fiber" and a "compliant complex carbohydrate".