With breakfast yesterday at midday, lunch was at 4pm with bone broth supper at 7pm for the final and 3rd day of a 3 day consecutive fast.
As you can see it’s hardly starvation!
This quick and easy recipe was sliced organic beef from a rib of beef ( which was made into the bone broth) stir fried in coconut butter with spring greens ( again already cooked leftovers from another meal in the fridge) with wheat free soy sauce, teaspoon of honey, chopped garlic and chillies.
Yummy simple and healthy., @grayshottspa
Roast pork with crackling. Yes you can have the crackling as your body needs good fats in moderation to help you feel full after meals, protect organs, store energy and not believe the body is on starvation mode.
Apple sauce with no sugar added.
Broccoli for vits K and C.
One small roast potato cooked in goose fat.
Ratatouille with onions courgettes peppers.
Homemade gravy-no flour.
If you’re adding Manuka or raw honey, make sure the water is warm, not boiling or too hot as it changes the healing properties of the raw honey.
Ginger is great to help reduce inflammation and lemon is a blood purifier, cleanser and can strengthen the immune system.
In the glass bowl is the one I made earlier from my roasted poussin supper last night.
Boiling the poussin bones with onions garlic celery carrots.
In the slow cooker is a beef bone rib , part of which was lunch today. Again simmering with shallots garlic celery and a carrot.
Spinach and cheese omelette , with organic eggs, organic spinach leaves and unpasteurised Gruyere cooked in organic unpasteurised butter.
Protein, good complex carbs and good fats for optimum weightloss together with HIIT exercise and 16/18 twice weekly fast days.
Aged and unpasteurised cheese and fermented foods also good for gut health -(but avoid unpasteurised snd soft cheeses if pregnant).