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  • harborgirlwrites
    15.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Yumna Jawad: Feel Good Foodie

    Yumna Jawad: Feel Good Foodie

              Spoiled by her mom’s cooking and too tired to cook herself after working all day Yumna Jawad decided after getting married to change all that. Calling her mom—there was no Facetime back then–Jawad would have her stay on the phone and tell her step by step how to make a meal. It took just two weeks and from there Jawad, who moved to Kalamazoo, and now lives in Grand Rapids, used her new…

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    #3-Ingredient Chia Pudding #Air Fryer Sweet Potatoes #Chicken Lemon Orzo Soup #cookbooks #Feel Good Foodie #Food#Healthy#Kalamazoo MI#Lebanese#Mediterranean Cuisine#Michigan #Middle East Cuisine #Quinoa Patties#Recipes#Regional#Yumna Jawad
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  • startingover2108
    17.11.2021 - 2 monts ago

    Made lunch for me and my mom^^ quinoa and kale patties, arugula salad and some chilli beans

    17/11/2021

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  • detpyrcnedlc
    13.10.2021 - 3 monts ago

    jenny's quinoa burger: vegetable patty with quinoa and topped with hummus, roasted red pepper, feta, lettuce, tomato and onion ($11). with sweet potato fries (+$2).⁣ ⁣ someone got too excited and poked a hole through my bun! ⁣ ⁣ #quinoa #burger #nomeat #vegetable #patty #hummus #roasted #redpepper #pepper #feta #cheese #lettuce #tomato #onion #sweet #potato #fries #carbs #bread #sugar #fat #fatgirlproblems #food #foodie #foodporn #instafood #southbendfoodie #indianafoodie #southbendindiana (at Uptown Kitchen) https://www.instagram.com/p/CU-8hkVByGD/?utm_medium=tumblr

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  • asprinkleofpeppermint
    21.02.2021 - 11 monts ago

    A day of eating vegan food. Here are chickpea patties, black quinoa cooked in a rice cooker, fresh tomatoes, and vegan mayo. Vegan mayo is made by blending soft tofu, yellow mustard, olive oil, lime juice, and mirin.

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  • e-real-illusion
    12.02.2021 - 11 monts ago

    Sweet Potato Quinoa Patties

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  • toglasgow
    26.01.2021 - 11 monts ago

    Quinoa Patties with Broccoli

    #Quinoa Patties with Broccoli
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  • microwaved-meals
    14.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Off to the Market

    Growing up, I was rarely introduced to new foods. But my father was interested in farmer’s markets and vendors. He would wake up early on Saturdays and go to a farmer’s market near the airport. We would buy fresh brown eggs and pollen. My father would sprinkle the pollen into pancakes because he thought it possessed some type of health benefit. On the weekends, he would also drive my mother and I to different Connecticut markets where you could pick fresh fruits as well as buy fresh eggs and vegetables. We liked the strawberries because they were much smaller than the strawberries in the store; they didn’t have as many added chemicals. I later introduced my partner to one of the orchards, where we picked peaches and apples.

    Now that I live in Boston, I have the opportunity to consume more local foods. When I discovered Boston Public Market, I fell in love. My partner (the cook) and I moved closer to the market, which makes it even better! Many of the vendors accept EBT, which makes the farm fresh food affordable. There is one vendor that I shop from, but I can’t find it on the Internet anymore, so maybe they have closed. They sold fresh cuts of meat and fresh eggs. We would also purchase seafood from Red’s Best. My favorite was the salmon burgers; I believe they would add kale and onion to the burgers. The first time my partner tried to cook them, the heat didn’t penetrate the patty, so she broke it open. We would eat the pieces of salmon with buttered noodles. It is one of my favorite meals of hers; the salmon is soft and a little salty.

    The BPM vendor that I frequent the most is Mother Juice. Their main store is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. They make bowls, salads, juices, and smoothies. My favorite item from them is their bowls. I usually order their Overnight Oats bowl, which they describe as "rolled oats soaked in almond milk blended with banana, dates, cinnamon & sea salt; topped with local granola, sun butter, fresh berries and coconut flakes.” I’ve attached a picture of their Pumpkin Pie Bowl, which I also enjoyed; their description of the bowl reads, “Rolled oats soaked in a blend of banana, pumpkin spice, turmeric, dates, and coconut milk. Topped with quinoa, cashew cream cheese, banana, mango, pecans & pumpkin seeds.” On their website, they state "We source our ingredients ... from New England farms, artisan makers, and the highest quality distributors.” I like that they use local ingredients because I know where my food is coming from. I also like to eat “healthy” and these bowls contain a lot of healthful ingredients, although they do have a lot of sugar, which is not good for you.

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  • preciousnewt
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • superfaggotthings
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • doravvinifredread
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • natasdizzle
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • poetrysocks
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • park-markjin
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    On a restricted diet due to health issues - wondering if I am getting enough vitamins/nutrients?

    I don't know if this type of post is allowed here, so my apologies in advance.

    For the past year or so I have been having some GI issues that my doctor thinks might be EoE, and right now I am on a super restricted diet - not particularly at the direction of my doc, but simply because I have felt better after eliminating many things. All of the eliminations occurred progressively over the span of a year until about 6 months ago when I didn't have to eliminate anything else because my symptoms had pretty much dissipated. Prior to all of this I had had a very diverse diet, but at this point, my diet is so restricted and I've pretty much been eating the same small list of things for the past 6 months (aside from a few failed reintroductions). So my main concern was just if this current diet is providing me with enough vitamins/nutrients to stay relatively healthy. See meals listed below.

    Breakfast:

    Gluten free bread, toasted, with Nuttzo keto nut butter

    So Delicious dairy free coconut yogurt, unsweetened plain

    1 small-medium sized apple

    Lunch:

    Sandwich (either tuna, sliced baked turkey loin, or ground turkey patty/burger) with Primal Kitchen Vegan Mayo, and mixed lettuce greens

    Grapes

    Dinner:

    Mixed lettuce greens with either tuna salad, baked turkey, or ground turkey patty/burger (I alternate with whatever I didn't already have for lunch)

    Quinoa (white or multicolored) with pumpkin seeds sprinkled on top

    Bedtime Snack:

    Same as breakfast (toast, nut butter, yogurt, apple)

    Other Snacks:

    Any combination of the stuff I already eat (small piece of toast with nut butter; OR small apple and yogurt; OR some leftover turkey; etc)

    I know this is a VERY limited diet and I'm not looking for any recommendations on how to diversify it at the moment... I'm just curious again as to if this diet is providing me with enough nutrition, and/or if there's a possibility I might not be getting adequate intake of a certain vitamin/nutrient. I currently don't take any other supplements (I was supplementing with D3 for years but had to stop ~4-5 months ago because I started having a reaction to it). I am also not on any medications.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • manasi05
    11.01.2022 - 1 week ago

    Plant-based Meat Market Trends, Share, Growth, Demand, Industry Analysis, Key Player profile and Regional Outlook by 2027

    Plant-based Meat Market was valued US$ 13.70 Bn in 2020 and is expected to reach US$ 36.66 Bn by 2027, at a CAGR of 15.10 % during a forecast period.

    Plant-based Meat Market Overview:

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    Plant-based Meat Market

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    Details

    Base Year:

    2020

    Forecast Period:

    2021-2027

    Historical Data:

    2016 to 2020

    Market Size in 2020:

    US $ 13.70 Bn.

    Forecast Period 2021 to 2027 CAGR:

    15.10%

    Market Size in 2027:

    US $ 36.66 Bn.

    Segments Covered:

    by Source

    • Soy • Wheat • Pea • Others (Quinoa,  oats, beans, nuts, and seeds)

    by Type

    • Pork • Beef • Chicken • Fish • Others  (Lamb and turkey)

    by Product

    • Burger patties • Sausages • Strips  & nuggets • Meatballs • Other

    by Process

    • Grinding • Mixing • Blending •  Forming/Shaping • Freezing Systems • Storage

    Plant-based Meat  Market Key Players:

    •        Beyond Meat

    •        Impossible Food Inc.

    •        Maple Leaf Foods

    •        The Vegetarian Butcher

    •        Amy’s Kitchen

    •        Tofurky

    •        Gold&Green Foods Ltd.

    •        Sunfed

    •        VBites Foods Limited

    •        Gardein Protein International

    •        Morningstar Farms

    •        Quorn Foods

    •        Conagra, Inc.

    •        Kellogg NA Co.

    •        S Kraft Foods, Inc.

    •        Lightlife Foods, Inc.

    •        Trader Joe's

    •        Yves Veggie Cuisine

    •        Marlow Foods Ltd.

    The report examines the top players in the Plant-based Meat  market in terms of their size, market share, market growth, revenue, production volume, and profitability. The research outlines which growth strategies are being used by key players, including strategic alliances, new product innovation, and so on. It tells you whether you're competing with only industry firms or with competitors who provide alternative solutions. The study helps you understand competitor pricing in the Plant-based Meat  market so you can examine and build a pricing plan that works for your product. The competitive landscape is a significant feature of the Plant-based Meat  industry that all key stakeholders in the industry should be aware of.

    Plant-based Meat  Market Regional Analysis:

    Geographically, this report is segmented into several key countries, with market size, growth rate, import and export of Plant-based Meat  market in these countries, which covering North America, U.S., Canada, Mexico, Europe, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Rest of Europe, Asia Pacific, China, India, Japan, Australia, South Korea, ASEAN Countries, Rest of APAC, South America, Brazil, and Middle East and Africa.

    COVID-19 Impact Analysis on Plant-based Meat  Market:

    The report has identified detailed impact of COVID-19 on Plant-based Meat  market in regions such as North America, Asia Pacific, Middle-East, Europe, and South America. The report provides Comprehensive analysis on alternatives, difficult conditions, and difficult scenarios of Plant-based Meat  market during this crisis. The report briefly elaborates the advantages as well as the difficulties in terms of finance and market growth attained during the COVID-19. In addition, report offers a set of concepts, which is expected to aid readers in deciding and planning a strategy for their business.

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    ·        Which application segment emerged as the leading segment in the Plant-based Meat  market?

    ·        Which are the prominent players in the Plant-based Meat  market?

    ·        What key trends are likely to emerge in the Plant-based Meat  market in the coming years?

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  • runningwithragdolls
    08.01.2022 - 2 weeks ago

    I made this vegan burger today! It was so good. I always make chickpea & quinoa patties, they're super easy and I make about 6 so I can put the others in the freezer. It's a little messy to eat because it falls apart after a while but my goodness, it's so tasty!🥰

    Recipe

    100g Quinoa

    about 250g chickpeas

    lots of spices and herbs (I throw in a bunch of parsley, basil, chives, ginger, salt, pepper, paprika and garlic)

    Cook the quinoa and let it cool down. After that, throw the quinoa, chickpeas and all the herbs and spices into a bowl and puree it. Form patties. Heat up some vegetable oil (I used rapeseed oil) in a pan and cook the patty until it's gold brown, then turn to the other side and let it cook until it's gold brown. Don't worry, it's not gonna cook all the way through and it'll start to fall apart a little but I promise it's still tasty (and super easy to make).

    I served it on a whole grain bun with ketchup, tomatoes, lettuce and cucumber.

    If you don't use all the patties, you can carefully put them in the freezer🥰

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  • kerriannjennings
    24.12.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Reform your eating habit with 21-day sugar detox meal plans

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    To start the detox journey without pain or worry, let’s take a look at the sugar detox information.

    What is the “sugar detox”? 

    Sugar detox is simply that when you abstain from eating sugar (mostly from added sugar), for at least 7 days and it can be up to one month so that your sugar intake can be reduced. This will improve your health and it can extend your longness.

    Here’s the benefit list of having a sugar detox that is dedicated for you:

    Cut on the calories and lose weight

    Reduce the sugar cravings

    Reduce risk of developing chronic diseases like diabetes and heart diseases.

    Improve health by decreasing cavities, tooth discoloration and stink breath.

    Making a plan ahead with kerriannjennings.com

    To make your 21 day sugar detox successful, you need to make a detailed plan. There are a few things that you need to remember and strictly follow:

    You should avoid sweets and other types of food that contain excessive amounts of carbohydrates such as pastries, white bread, pasta or even white rice.

    You need to stay away from packed meals and products.

    Stop eating junk foods.

    You shouldn’t eat any desserts, even the lightest milk desserts like syrup, cakes, cookies, ice cream or yogurts with fruits.

    You must not drink any drinks that contain sugar, for instance: tea and coffee

    Choose whole wheat/ rye/ buckwheat/ quinoa bread or pastries.

    You should include low-fat meats like red meat, chicken or fish; grains or seeds, seasonal vegetables, fruits in your meals.

    You can drink herbal teas and add the spices to add flavor to your meals.

    Drink plenty of water

    For sugar cravings, you can use honey or molasses, but the proportion should be no more than 1 tsp a day.

    These notes above are the must-remember ones. You should strictly follow those for the best results.

    Detailed meal plans for 21 day sugar detox

    Having no ideas in making 21 day sugar detox meal plans ? Don’t worry, kerriannjennings.com is here to help you! Here is the list of 21 day sugar detox meal plans that we’ve made for only you. Let’s take a look !

    Day 1:

    Breakfast: 1 boiled egg, cheese, tomato-cucumber, plenty of greens and 1 slice of whole wheat bread

    Lunch: 1 bowl of vegetable soup, grilled fish or chicken, lots of salad

    Dinner: A vegetable meal with olive oil, cooked bulgur and yogurt

    Total calorie: 1025

    Day 2: 

    Healthy food for better life

    Breakfast: Tomato-cucumber, olives and 1 slice of whole wheat bread with curd cheese

    Lunch: Grilled meat or meatballs, plenty of salad and yogurt.

    Dinner: Meat and vegetable meal, cooked bulgur and tzatziki.

    Total calorie: 1450

    Day 3: 

    Don’t forget to eat meat!

    Breakfast: Cheese omelet, tomato-cucumber and a slice of wheat bread

    Lunch: Baked meat dish and lots of salad

    Dinner: 1 bowl of soup, a vegetable meal with olive oil and yogurt.

    Total calorie: 1235

    Day 4:

    Breakfast: A bowl of yogurt with oatmeal, fresh fruit and cinnamon

    Lunch: Dry legume meal and cooked bulgur, yogurt

    Dinner: A vegetable meal with olive oil

    Total calorie: 1074

    Day 5:

    Breakfast Egg with a slice of whole wheat bread. You can boil the egg or make an omelet or cook vegetables with it.

    Lunch Mushroom meal, cooked bulgur and lots of salad.

    Dinner Over-cooked vegetable meal with yogurt

    Total calorie: 1250

    Day 6: 

    Enjoy the show, drink the smoothie!

    Breakfast Fruit smoothie prepared with lactose-free milk (banana and oatmeal is available)

    Lunch: Grilled chicken eat with bulgur and lots of salad

    Dinner: Meat cooked with vegetables. Desert is yogurt and rye bread

    Total calorie: 1230

    Day 7:

    Breakfast Crispy turmeric fried egg and ½ cup of berries

    Lunch Protein Salad: Green salads with your favourite protein

    Dinner Salmon Patties and Roasted Lemon Pepper Broccoli

    Day 8:

    Breakfast ½ cup of Keto Friendly Granola, ½ cup of berries and ½ cup of unsweetened yogurt

    Lunch Dinner’s leftovers. You can replace it with a quick sandwich with ham.

    Dinner Grilled turkey with green salads

    Total calorie: 1168 calorie

    Day 9: 

    Veggie salad is a good choice for you

    Breakfast Green Smoothie and 1 hard boiled egg

    Dinner Turkey Meatballs topping on top of Zucchini Spaghetti

    Lunch Dinner’s leftovers. You can eat an oatmeal bowl instead.

    Total calorie: 1120

    Day 10:

    Breakfast Curry Scramble Eggs and ½ cup of berries

    Dinner Creamy Butternut Soup and Omega Packed Kale salad

    Lunch Green salad with your favorite protein

    Total calorie: 1220 calorie

    Day 11: 

    Green salad – a number one choice 

    Breakfast Turmeric Chia Pudding with ½ cup of berries mixed on top

    Lunch Kale Smoothie and 4 oz of chicken

    Dinner Chili Lime Shrimp with Cumin Roasted Carrots

    Total calorie: 1332 calorie

    Day 12:

    Breakfast Crustless Spinach Quiche and Almond Butter Cacao Smoothie

    Lunch Detox Tea and nuts bread

    Dinner Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce and Goat cheese

    Total calorie: 1007 calorie

    Day 13:

    Breakfast 2 eggs and sweet potatoes with favourite veggies

    Lunch Chicken salad with dressing

    Dinner Grilled shrimps with oatmeals

    Total calorie: 1245 calorie

    Day 14:

    Breakfast Almond Milk with a slice of whole wheat bread

    Lunch Tuna with veggies

    Dinner Spaghetti Squash

    Total calorie: 1230 calorie

    Day 15:

    Breakfast Sweet Potatoes and veggies

    Lunch Spinach with veggies

    Dinner Banana muffins with a cup of oatmeal

    Total calorie: 1283 calorie

    Day 16:

    Breakfast Mashed banana muffins with a cup of nuts milk

    Lunch Tuna Salad

    Dinner Spinach and quinoa cooked in chicken broth

    Total calorie: 1225 calorie

    Day 17:

    Breakfast Veggie omelet

    Lunch Hummus and cucumbers

    Dinner Chicken Lettuce Wraps dipping with peanut butter sauce

    Total calorie: 1224 calorie

    Day 18: 

    Good breakfast, good day!

    Breakfast Scrambled eggs and bacon

    Lunch Green salad with cooked quinoa

    Dinner Grilled chicken with arugula salad

    Total calorie: 1125 calorie

    Day 19:

    Breakfast Green Omelet

    Lunch Avocado and shredded chicken

    Dinner Grilled salmon with greens

    Total calorie: 1220 calorie

    Day 20:

    Breakfast 3 boiled eggs with spinach

    Lunch Big Veggie Salad

    Dinner Chicken Lettuce Wraps dipping with sweet and sour sauce

    Total calorie: 1075 calorie

    Day 21: 

    Treat yourself well with steak!

    Breakfast Green Smoothie

    Lunch Tuna baked with olive oil and vinegar

    Dinner Steak and ½ sweet potato

    Total calorie: 1226 calorie

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