Friday, January 9, 2015

What's for dinner?

Our dinners on the Autoimmune Protocol:

Sauteed scallops 
Sauteed zucchini noodles
Steamed broccoli and carrots

Roasted chicken
Cauliflower mash
Sauteed Brussels sprouts with bacon

100% grass fed, organic hamburger patties on a bed of mixed greens and arugula
Toppings: Guacamole, bacon and sauteed mushrooms

Salad (mixed greens, arugula, Romaine lettuce, chopped carrots, diced cucumbers)
Avocado chunks
A bit of sauerkraut
Extra virgin olive oil and vinegar (or sauerkraut juice or lemon juice)

Seared Ahi tuna steaks
Roasted acorn squash
Chopped salad (Romaine, arugula, spring mix, radishes, cucumber, carrots, topped with avocado slices and olives, drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and raw apple cider vinegar)

Healthy Eating in 2015

As the number of people affected by autoimmunity rises, Greg and I have been looking into nutritional protocols that have had positive impacts on people struggling with these diseases. And, when my husband recommends a nutritional protocol for his patients, he likes us to have tried it first! Yay! We enlisted the support of some of our friends and families and encouraged them to follow the Whole30 guidelines while we follow the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP).

Autoimmune Protocol: Infoshopping guide

Thank you, dear friends and family, for taking this journey with us! And, here's to a health and healing in 2015!