Meal Suggestions

Health meal suggestions

Breakfast

  • If you cannot face food in the morning make a smoothie by by whizzing up in a blender 1 scoop of whey protein powder, 1 cup of frozen berries, and some natural yogurt
  • Organic oat porridge made with goat’s / rice / oat milk, try adding some grounds almonds and then sprinkle with seeds for added protein..
  • Kedgeree and soda bread
  • Kippers, tomatoes and rye toast
  • Scrambled eggs on spelt / rye / soda bread
  • Simmer a mixture of dried fruits in some water / apple juice, eat warm or cold with yogurt
  • Buckwheat pancakes with berries and goat’s / sheep’s yogurt
  • Toast or oatcakes with organic nut butter

Morning Snack

  • A handful of nuts – ideally including almonds, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts and only 3-4 brazils
  • A mixture of nuts, seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, pine nuts), goji berries, and a small amount of dried fruit
  • A rough oatcake (Nairn / Waitrose) with some humus or nutbutter
  • A mashed avocado on a Dr Karg spelt cracker

Lunch

  • Any homemade soup – for variety add pulses, mung bean thread noodles, seaweed
  • Smoked mackerel / sardines and steamed vegetables or salad
  • Baked potato with coriander / red pepper humus sprinkled with sprouted seeds and beans
  • Stir fry of mixed vegetables (use as many different colours as possible) and cubes of marinated tofu
  • Make your own sushi
  • Organic falafel in a spelt pita bread with salad and sprouted seeds

Teatime

  • Bake you own biscuits, muffins and cakes using rice flour / barley flour / polenta / ground almonds instead of flour
  • A Nairn ginger or fruit oatcake
  • Homemade organic popcorn

Dinner

  • Homemade salmon fishcakes with spinach / kale / chard
  • Seared lamb stakes with brown basmati and steamed vegetables
  • Homemade chilli using either organic beef or mixed beans instead of the meat
  • Seasonal roasted vegetables with olive oil, garlic and sprinkled with feta cheese
  • Casserole of mixed game and vegetables cooked long and slow in red wine or stock
  • Oven baked fish with either sweet or ordinary mashed potato
  • Pumpkin / Mushroom risotto
  • Wholegrain pasta with prawns, herbs, pine nuts, parmesan cheese and olive oil

Deserts

  • Stewed apple with a few sultanas and mixed spice
  • Poached pears with star anise, cinnamon & orange rind
  • Soya desert or yogurt (Alpro)
  • Rice pudding made with goat’s / soya milk, sprinkled with nutmeg, almonds and sweetened with maple syrup
  • Almond / Polenta cake with some goat’s cream or sheep’s yogurt
  • Soya ice cream with melted green and blacks dark chocolate
  • Blend some organic tofu, berries

Try using goat’s milk and goat’s milk products such as Nanny cheddar, goat’s butter & cream as it is much easier to digest and does not encourage the production of mucous in the system.

St Helen’s Farm and Delamere both have an excellent range of goat’s milk products.

If you enjoy coffee, source naturally decaffeinated beans. My current favourite is from

Drury Tea and Coffee Company Ltd- Decaffinated Espresso Coffee Beans

Drury also stock a wide range of delicious green teas

http://www.drury.uk.com

http://www.shopdrury.com/product.asp?strParents=100&CAT_ID=156&P_ID=713

or

Coffee Plant - 180 Portobello Road, Notting Hill, London W11 2EB.
Monday to Saturday 8.00 – 6.30, Sunday 10.00 -5.00.
T : 020 7221 8137 or
Algerian Coffee Store – 52 Old Compton Street  London W1D 4PB
T: 020 7437 2480

Try sprouting your own seeds and beans. They are very high in vitamins and minerals and there is research to show their value in improving and maintaining your immune system. Either buy them ready sprouted at your local heath food shop or sprout your own www.sproutingseeds.co.uk.

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