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Help to figure out a menu.

Posted by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 7:10 PM
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We are a very active family & my husband is very disciplined when it comes to his eating habits...
Me in the other hand.... I eat a lot & my choices are usually unhealthy. So I figured out I will give a "menu" a try . I want to do a weekly menu something that looks something like this :

Monday :

Breakfast : 1 egg + 2 egg whites and slice of toast

Lunch :

Dinner :

I need HELP building this menu with healthy recepies and food choices , please HELP!
I trying to lose 20lbs as well.

What does a menu look like at your house?
by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 7:10 PM
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by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:03 PM

Here's one:


breakfast – almond flour blueberry pancakes

lunch – sloppy joe salad

dinner – roast beef/potatoes/carrots in crock pot


breakfast - spinach/onion/cheese omelets

lunch - vegetable beef soup

dinner - honey mustard chicken, oven fries, carrot salad, pickled beets


breakfast - dairy free coconut peach smoothies, grain-free pumpkin muffins

lunch - egg salad on cucumber slices

dinner - porcupine meatballs, sweet potatoes in honey butter, tossed salad


breakfast - coconut custard & fruit

lunch - cheeseburger soup, GF pumpkin muffins

dinner - Spanish steak & rice, cucumber salad


breakfast - spinach/onion/cheese omelets

lunch - leftovers

dinner - roasted chicken with veggies (one pan meal)


breakfast - hard boiled eggs, morning glory muffins (grain-free)

lunch - chef salad or chicken salad (chicken from Thursday's dinner) on cucumber slices

dinner - salisbury patties with gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans


breakfast - Caprese omelets

lunch - leftovers/clean out the fridge

dinner - Hawaiian chicken over rice, tossed salad

Snacks: nut butter on celery sticks, sunflower seed raisin cookies, peaches, apple slices w/ nut butter

by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:03 PM


breakfast – paleo pumpkin pancakes with nut butter & honey

lunch – salmon cakes with tartar sauce, carrot & apple salad

dinner – turkey & gravy, baked potatoes, leftover carrot & apple salad


breakfast – egg crepes with lemon curd & berry sauce

lunch - butternut squash soup

dinner - zucchini lasagna casserole, tossed salad, paleo pumpkin bars


breakfast – sausage/spinach/cheddar frittata

lunch – leftover butternut squash soup

dinner – BLT chicken salad


breakfast – paleo almond berry muffins with nut butter or dairy free smoothies

lunch - chicken Caesar salad

dinner – tacos/salad


breakfast - omelet with hash browns, cheese & bacon

lunch - creamy broccoli soup, applesauce

dinner – rosemary chicken & potatoes, green beans


breakfast – cottage cheese salad w/tomatoes & broccoli

lunch – chef salads, twice baked potatoes

dinner – spicy tuna steaks with dill sauce, green beans, low-carb lemon tiramisu


breakfast – hard boiled eggs, paleo morning glory muffins or coconut flour pancakes

lunch – leftovers/clean out the fridge

dinner – paleo cottage pie, baked apples or paleo apple dumplings

by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:04 PM

Breakfasts: omelets w/hashbrowns, Paleo waffles, Paleo pumpkin pancakes, veggie omelets, sausage/cheddar/spinach frittata, oranges, grapefruit

Lunches: chef salads, leftovers, homemade beef & veggie soup


Sunday – roast turkey, squash or sweet potatoes, green beans, pumpkin custard

Monday – herb crusted ham roast, oven fried potatoes, grated carrot salad, Paleo German chocolate birthday cake (DH's birthday)

Tuesday – paleo meatloaf, baked potatoes, steamed broccoli

Wednesday – chicken gumbo, Paleo “corn” muffins

Thursday – meaty spaghetti sauce over spaghetti squash

Friday - turkey gravy over Paleo biscuits, glazed carrots, tossed salad

Saturday – taco salad

by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:07 PM


breakfast – sausage/spinach/cheddar fritatta, oranges

lunch – creamy ham & broccoli soup, garlic flaxseed (grain-free) bread

dinner - chili cheese bake/tossed salad


breakfast – ham & egg “muffins”, tomato slices

lunch – leftovers from Sunday dinner

dinner – hoisin-glazed pork chops/oriental coleslaw


breakfast – berry banana crepes

lunch – pizza soup, garlic flaxseed (grain-free) bread

dinner - honey mustard chicken/oven fries/green beans


breakfast – chocolate grain-free granola, oranges

lunch – tuna patties, side salad

dinner - frosted meatloaf/green beans/tossed salad


breakfast – mexican omelet

lunch – leftovers from Wednesday dinner or chef salad

dinner - steak Diane/twice baked not-potato casserole/tossed salad


breakfast – coconut kiwi dairy-free smoothie, hard boiled eggs

lunch – Mediterranean mackerel salad

dinner - chicken pot pie with paleo biscuit top crust


breakfast – fried eggs & hash browns, oranges

lunch – pizza burgers (no bun), Italian salad

dinner - beef roast/potatoes/carrots

by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:09 PM
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Men and women are different ( DUH). Therefore what many men do for eating will not work for women. They have more muscle mass which means that they burn more calories. Women tend to be fluffy unless they work at strength training.

If you want to eat healthy then here are some things that will help.

1. Eat only when hungry. There is no "magic in eating breakfast to jumpstart your metabolism". Fiction.

2. Eat lots of healthy fats. You need fats to be healthy. Yes you do. Healthy fats come from eggs, avocado, olive oil, organic butter, coconut oil, nuts and nut oils. So you want to incorporate healthy fats into each meal.

3. Eat lots and lots and lots and lots of vegetables. ( corn is NOT a vegetable). Try to eat vegetables with each meal.

4. Eliminate or at least significantly decrease all starchy carbs- rice, potatoes, bread, pasta, cereal, cakes, cookies,grits. 

5. No snacking. No eating after dinner. Drink only water. NO SODA; and no artificial sweeteners. NO diet foods of any kind.

6. If you absolutely must have some of the forbidden carbohydrates- for example a baked potatoe, then you must include a healthy fat and protein.

7. Make a meal out of salads.

Hope this helps. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.

by on Jun. 9, 2014 at 9:17 PM
Wow. Thank you ladies !
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