My Eating Plan

My Eating Plan 03This week marks the start of eating normally again.  I’m not going to say “healthier” or “better” because really, this is what I should be eating normally.

I have Coeliac Disease so am not allowed to eat gluten foods, which pretty much rules out a lot of things.  And I like to stay away from processed foods because it makes it easier to know if it’s gluten-free or not.

ALSO – what works for me is routine.  I don’t mind eating the same thing every day, with a wee variation, as it just makes it easier for me.  So, essentially, this is what I eat every day:


Water first thing in the morning after I get up
Smoothie with Almond Milk, Kale, 1 Banana, 1 Apple, 1 Kiwi Fruit, 1 TBSP LSA Mix, 1/2 cup plain unsweetened yoghurt
2 Eggs (boiled)

4 x Corn Thins with Cottage Cheese

1/3 cup of rice
1 Tin of Tuna or Salmon / or fresh chicken / any fresh meat
1 cup of salad of your choice (usually cucumber, capsicum, tomatoes, avocado)
2 Dates (separate from the above, like a bit of a dessert)

4 x Corn Thins with Cottage Cheese
1 Apple (or banana) and a handful of Almonds

Same as lunch, minus the rice
If, as a family, we have any type of meat for dinner, I usually incorporate that into my meal too.
If I need something sweet, I have a couple of dates as a dessert treat

So that’s it.  Plus, the goal of drinking a crap load of water each day is also on the list.

For me, keeping it as unprocessed as possible is my goal.  Lots of fresh fruit and veges.  And carbs.  If I don’t have rice, then I’ll cook kumara or pumpkin.  I’ve just gotten into the habit of eating rice.

If I eat like the above, having a treat every now and then isn’t such a crime.

What works for you?  Let me know!


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