Sugar Free Meal Plan

Cutting out refined sugar from your diet is one of the best health changes you could ever make. If you are still new to quitting sugar, you might sometimes struggle with finding quick things to eat throughout the day, when you don’t have lots of time to cook all those snazzy sugar-free recipes out there. So, I’ve created a sugar-free meal plan to get you through those days where you’re stuck for inspiration and lots of cooking time. Enjoy!

Breakfast

Ham and cheese omelette with a piece of buttered toast

In a small jug or bowl, whisk together three whole eggs with salt and pepper. Pour into a preheated nonstick frypan sprayed with coconut oil. Once it is almost set, sprinkle over some cottage cheese, half a diced tomato and some diced ham. Use a spatula to fold it in half. After another minute slide it onto your plate and serve with a piece of buttered toast.

omellete

Snack

Blueberry Pie Smoothie

Blend for 1 minute: 200ml water, 1 heaped tablespoon coconut cream, 1 large frozen banana, 1/2 cup frozen blueberries, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon maca (optional) and 1 teaspoon chia seeds. Top with coconut, cinnamon and chopped pecans.

blueberry-pie-smoothie

Lunch

Rice crackers with avocado, sliced tomato and turkey

ricecrackers

Snack

Greek yoghurt with diced apple, chopped walnuts and cinnamon

yoghurt-with-apple

Dinner

Wild-caught fried fish, roast potato and salad

Coat potato pieces with a drizzle of coconut oil and sprinkle with Himalayan salt, pepper, chopped rosemary and thyme. Bake at 200°C for 40 minutes. Meanwhile sprinkle seasoning of your choice onto fish and fry in coconut oil until golden. Serve with salad.Fish-and-salad

2014-12-01T09:00:40+00:00 1 December 2014|Categories: EAT|Tags: , , , , , , , |4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Madonna Bongay 1 December 2014 at 11:40 pm - Reply

    Nice presentation and healthy foods 🙂

  2. […] I will go back to eating the way I find to be the most beneficial and sustainable for me. That is eating nutritious unprocessed real food 90% of the time and eating a normal size portion of not so beneficial foods 10% of the time. I say normal size because it’s not a binge. It could be a steak and chips at a restaurant or a slice of gluten free cake from a cafe. In practical terms 10% of my food intake equates to one meal every second day (because I eat 10 meals over two days). If you want to know more about my eating approach have a read of my health philosophy. To be able to adhere to this way of eating I personally find it essential to make up a meal plan. This way I have a plan and I’m prepared with all the necessary food in my fridge. Otherwise if I just make a decision about what to eat on the spot there’s a chance I’ll not choose a nutritious real food option. This could be because I’m feeling emotional, tired or extremely hungry. A meal plan is one of the ways I can consistently eat well 90% of the time. For more tips and strategies on consistently eating healthy have a read of this blog. The meal plan I will be using for the first week is my Sugar Free Meal Plan. […]

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