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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".

I drank lots of water between my meals . . . plain, with green tea or with chlorophyll

And for snacks . . . even though I really wasn't very hungry for them . . . but I knew I had to have enough calories for the day (remember, you must eat calories to burn calories) . . .

I had a cup of peeled and sliced apples (remember the lectins are in the seeds and peels) which was about 60 calories, 12 raw almonds which was about 160 calories and 3 stalks of celery was only 30 calories.

And my favorite sweet treat to put on a snack . . . compliant "manuka honey", with a teaspoon being 25 calories or my compliant "yacon syrup", a teaspoon being only 6 calories. And both have healing properties.

You see . . . "manuka" honey is an alternative to refined sugars and helps reduce cholesterol and fat from the body.

And "yacon syrup" is very high in "fructooligosaccharides" which feeds the "good" bacteria in the large intestine. And has been known to help relieve constipation and aid in losing weight.

So is closing . . . let's tally up how many calories of food I consumed.

Breakfast - 323

Lunch - 358

Dinner - 522

Snacks - 181

Drinks - 0

Totaling - 1484 calories

Oh no . . . guess what???

Even with eating all that food . . . I "didn't" hit my mark of the correct amount of calories to "LOSE" weight. (Remember, women need to consume between 1600 and 2000 calories per day for a healthy weight loss)

So I had my secret weapon for elimination and weight loss to get my body focused and burning calories . . .

I had 9 raw cashews lightly salted (not roasted) . . . why???

Well . . . even though cashews are "NOT COMPLIANT" due to being a mold food . . . and I would not normally recommend them on a steady diet . . .

A few cashews in the evening, once in awhile (not right before bed because we need them to digest) contains "magnesium" which helps you sleep better . . . it also regulates the body's fat and carbohydrate metabolism.

So adding the 9 cashews which was about 170 calories made my total for the day about 1654 calories . . . which is enough calories to "BURN" the fat.

Mission accomplished . . .

Now for the guys who want to eat compliant meals . . . you'd want to consume between 2000 and 2500 calories per day. And eat the same food . . . just a larger portion.

So if you'd like to continue with me on my journey to a healthy, fit and trim body . . .

Tomorrow we'll continue this discussion and I'll give you a link to my Week 1 "Meal Plan" download

As always, feel free to contact me here

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