Here's what I promised: Bear in mind that whatever the meat/egg is it would be grass-fed, and the fish is wild caught (mostly):
I start my day with a whey protein shake (IMO it's Paleo since the cows are grass-fed and they are not given any hormones or anti-biotics) made with almond milk (and of course to it, I add some other supplements, chia seeds, L-glutamine powder, etc...).
2 hours later I'll have another shake (minus the supplements), or many times I'll just have a couple of egg yolks cooked in butter ( I don't tolerate egg whites well).
JimboNZ posted a great recipe for pancakes made with steamed pumkin and eggs which also looks great, but I haven't tried it yet. I may try it and play around with that recipe, including adding chia seeds gel to it. I'll have to get back to you on that one.
Lunch or Dinner choices:
Consists of any of these, mixed up, and alternating:
1) COSTCO bought herring in vinegar (and onions). The vinegar isn't great for you. So, I will soak the herring in filtered tap water and let it sit for 10 min, and drain it from the vinegar.
I love this because it's full of omega 3, and is delicious, also makes an easy portable lunch an a "no fuss" one.
2) COSTCO bought smoked salmon, honestly I love it.
3) Salad of bibb lettuces (baby and organic) made with olive oil + lemon. I used to add some avocados to it, as i love them, but found out they don't like me!
Sometimes I'll make a salad dressing with gluten free mustard, olive oil, + balsamic vinegar.
4) Canned sardines in olive oil.
5) Salmon cooked with some spices and lemon.
Steamed cauliflower with plenty of added butter.
Steamed broccoli with plenty of added butter.
Steamed carrots with plenty of added butter.
Haven't tried spaghetti squash yet will that's my next step.
7) Some fingerling potatoes, boiled or steamed, with plenty of butter, and himalyan salt.
BUT if I eat that, I will make it my complete meal (due to food combining rules).
Grilled chicken with spices, or grilled chicken wings with spices. Since chicken is higher in Omega 6's than other meats, I don't have that more than 1 time a week.
Ground lamb made into burgers on the grill (no bun of course)
Hot dogs (no nitrates) on the grill (no bun of course)
Grilled beef filet mignon or bison filet mignon.
Grilled ground beef made into burgers on the grill (no bun of course) (ditto to ground bison burgers)
Brisket made in the slow cooker, with carrots and parsnips. But will eat Brisket separately from the carrots and parsnips (due to food combining rules). This particular meal, has enough parts to it to last for 4-5 meals.
9) Lobster - must be picked live and spunky out of the tank - steamed and dipped in drawn butter (I love this!). The supermarket has a steamer, and I have them steam and crack the lobster.
Handful of raw: cashews or pistachios.
Halvah if I'm needing something sweet.
Fruits: always low sucrose ones like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries. Occassional Mango.
Dairy: sheep cheese like manchego, or goat brie only.
A piece of 70% + cocoa containing dark chocolate.
I avoid: all gluten, wheat, corn and most carbs. Sometimes I feel like carbs, so as I mentioned I'll have my fingerling potatoes with lots of butter and himalyian salt as a meal. I avoid cow dairy in all its forms, except for butter as butter is great for the colon. No pasta, no rice, no breads, no soy. No gluten free products.
I am very careful however when I eat to follow food combining rules.
I can tell you one thing: theres' plenty of good, healthy, satiating foods on the Paleo, and I do not feel deprived or always hungry.
And if I can think of something else I've forgotten, I'll let you know.
I hope this helps. Sorry it took so long to get back to you on this.
Rx meds didn't help me. But 4.5 mg LDN +Paleo diet +supplements =REMISSION.Protein shakes w/almond milk,Maca powder,L-Glutamine,D-Ribose,chia seeds.VSL#3,K2,VIt. D3,slippery elm bark powder.For more info,my protocol is the 11th post at this link: https://www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=38&m=1666318
If you have any questions, you can find my email address at my profile.
Post Edited (InSoFla) : 5/6/2012 7:09:21 AM (GMT-6)