The Wild Diet Week 2 Menu

The Wild Diet has a focus on healthy, organic foods. Lots of organic greens and veggies, a little fruit, good quality protein and “healthy” fats like coconut oil, EVOO, avocado oil, etc -you know the ones.

Most days on the plan start with a “fatty coffee” that has heavy cream and 1tsp each grass fed butter and MCT oil.

I found I can only handle that a couple of times a week, so I’m going to try and incorporate the fatty coffees into days when I am having a green smoothie for lunch.

My green smoothie consists of:

1 scoop Amazing Grass Green SuperFood, 1.5 cups organic unsweetened almond milk, a handful of frozen fruit (blackberries that I froze, blueberries or a couple of strawberries), a little stevia, and as many leafy greens (kale, spinach, beet greens, etc) as I can fit in the big Ninja blender, puree until it’s all a consistent color then add enough water to make it drinkable.

If I’m hungry, I’ll add a scoop of pea protein powder (that’s what I have on hand. The ingredients are clean and it has no sweeteners).

Menu planned for the Week of: 2/15/16

Mon:

B: fatty coffee

L: green smoothie

D: pork belly w/veggies Korean* style

Tues:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: zucchini noodles w/organic marinara sauce (no added sugar)

D: roasted chicken drumsticks, asparagus, green salad

Wed:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: big salad w/cheese and avocado, evoo and balsamic, maybe sardines

D: t-bone, salad w/evoo & balsamic

Thurs:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: green smoothie

D: taco salad w/sour cream and salsa mixed for dressing, little cheese
Fri:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: green smoothie

D: omelet w/eggs, avocado, spinach, onion, mushrooms and chimichurri sauce; large salad

Sat:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: planning lunch out so: steak or chicken, steamed veggies and a salad (sneaking in my own evoo/balsamic in a bottle in my purse)

D: green smoothie OR scrambled eggs and salad

Sun:

B: coffee w/heavy cream

L: burger patties w/cheese; salad

D: scrambled eggs topped with fresh salsa and avocado; and salad

All menu days may include hard boiled egg(s), a few almonds, veggies (carrots, cucumber or bell pepper) or an ounce of cheese if I am hungry.

Almost forgot: my first week on plan, even with Valentines Day, I lost 8 pounds!

*I found some organic Korean condiments on Amazon.com that really work well. If you like it sweet, add a little stevia or Xyletol.

Wholly Doenjang, Premium Gluten-free Unpasteurized Artisanal 3 Year Aged Korean Soybean Paste

and

Seriously Korean Bibim Gochujang Sauce, Cho Gochujang, Gluten-free, Chemical-free, Vegan

Mirin is not Wild friendly, but you can sub out unseasoned Rice Vinegar and a little sweetener and get the nuances of Mirin without the added sugars.

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