What Do I Eat with History of IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease)?
You must be eating so strict to stay in remission, right?
You must be only be eating at home, right?
You probably cook all the time?
Today, I am answering the most common question that came up from you.
The reason I was holding off sharing this information was because it’s so important to understand that what really works well for someone, as far as the diet, doesn’t always work for others and that’s why one-on-one work with my clients was so successful in the past decade.
The reason that I finally decided to share what I eat on my typical day is because there’s definitely a great chance that this can work for someone right away, starting today, starting now and that’s going to be the case, so the purpose of this content sharing was served.
Here is the sample menu for one day of WHAT I EAT IN ONE DAY.
Please, note that I am currently not in flare and have been in remission for a very long time.
The video of what I eat in a day when flaring is coming up next week.
BREAKFAST: 2 organic eggs over easy, sautéed cauliflower rice, 2 slices of avocado with a small side of sweet potato hash. I finished this breakfast with blueberries and two walnuts.
LUNCH: 4 oz wild caught salmon mashed and mixed with some organic tahini, arugula sprinkled with organic balsamic vinegar, side of steamed broccoli and some raspberries in the end.
DINNER: 2 Siete wraps or you can go with coconut wraps with ricotta almond cheese, vegan pesto, some kale, and raw sunflower seeds inside the wrap. If I still feel hungry, I can go for some Laava or coconut yogurt mixed with berries. In the wintertime my dinnertime meal is usually a large chunky veggie soup with bone broth or black bean, kale, and sweet potato soup.
I try to stay away from snacking, but if I have a smaller size meal, I would grab celery stick with raw almond butter, carrot with hummus or organic thin rice cake with some almond cream cheese.
You probably noticed I did not mention beef.. I do eat organic grass-fed beef occasionally. If you read my book or follow my posts, I quoted the study that supports the quickest way to cool down the fire inside, in the case of Crohn’s, is to consider semi-vegetarian diet. So that’s why I have beef, but not often.
And everything I mentioned above is super possible to ask to duplicate when you go out. Things improve now in the restaurants, most restaurants are very accommodating to gluten and dairy free requests.
Hope this was helpful, please write in the comments, I would love your activity. I do appreciate the comments that go directly to me in the message or email, but it is easier to track right under the post or a video.
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