Low carb and protein Thai lunch on London’s Kings road Chelsea. My favourite little cafe with Thai street food. Yummy healthy and inexpensive. I always ask the rice noodles to be replaced with vegetables so they add extra broccoli and leaves.
The base ingredient of a Laksa is coconut milk which has loads of health benefits:
Improves Heart Health by Lowering Blood Pressure and Cholesterol.. Builds Muscle and Helps Lose Fat. .
Provides Electrolytes and Prevents Fatigue. … Helps Lose Weight. … Improves Digestion and Relieves Constipation. … Manages Blood Sugar and Controls Diabetes. … Helps Prevent Anemia.
Prawns and smoked salmon on a bed of leaves with cucumber, olives, tomatoes and avocado.
A light dressing of creme fraiche and herbs.
Smoked salmon and prawns are both goods ources of Omega 3 fatty acids and unsaturated fat. Unsaturated fats can help improve your blood cholesterol levels when you eat them in place of saturated orctrans fats. Omega 3 can reduce inflammation and reduce risk of heart disease.
.. Today is back to 3 full meals around exercise, treatments and relaxation.
Creamy scrambled eggs with button mushrooms and chives for brekky after a brisk early morning walk on the heath.
Mid morning liver detox is a warm castor oil pack placed over the liver area (the 2nd of these treatments)
Lunch (I’m stuffed now)! Is lentil and roasted tomato soup and then Thai Green Curry with a side of mixed vegetables (various greens vegs and onions)
Nap time next and then maybe a yoga class or a swim with possible energising very speedy immersion in the icy plunge pool.
The soup is celery (diuretic) with turmeric, cumin (both anti-inflammatory)
Main course is mustard and honey roasted ham with mango or red pepper dressing choices. Courgette and pickled lime dip. Blanched ( not raw-as more indigestable) salad with a large bowl of mixed mostly green vegs.
Hardly starved am I? Even though detoxing. All healthy low/good carb and protein food choices.