My Menu for the Week

People always ask me what our meals look like so I thought I would share my menu for this past week.  I stuck to the Advanced Plan (from my Maximized Living Nutrition Plans book #mce_temp_url# ) which eliminates all grains, sugars, and anything that turns to sugar (i.e most fruit except berries, granny smith apples, lemon/lime/grapefruit)  This is the nutrition plan we recommend for people who need to lose weight or are battling some sort of health issue like diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.  As you can see, all of it was easy to make and kept me full and satisfied throughout the day.  So here it is:


Breakfast–  Blueberry Smoothie- frozen blueberries, coconut milk, NaturePro whey protein- chocolate  #mce_temp_url#

Lunch– Mexican Grilled Chicken Salad -Grilled Spiced Chicken, avocado, shredded red cabbage, salsa for dressing

Snack – Almond Power Bars (recipe page 107 of the book)

Dinner– Chicken Franchese (chicken dipped in egg only) with sauce of lemon juice, white wine, and butter, baked asparagus, and steamed broccoli


Breakfast- Fried Eggs w/ avocado with gomasio (sesame seeds, sea salt, kelp) sprinkled on top

Lunch-Mexican Chicken Soup

Snack-Hummus w/ cabbage leaves for dipping

Dinner– Grilled Chicken, Broccoli Rabe, sauteed cherry tomatoes with balsamic vinegar


Breakfast-Strawberry Smoothie made with Frozen Berries, Nature Pro Whey protein #mce_temp_url#

Lunch– Ted’s Montana Grill- Bison Burger with lettuce, tomato, ancho chili, and avocado, grilled asparagus, pickles

Snack- herbal tea

Dinner: Asian Turkey Lettuce Wraps (pg 131 of the book)


Breakfast– Grapefruit

Lunch– Raw Ahi Tuna with tamari, Ginger Kombucha (fermented Chinese tea)

Dinner– Roasted turkey breast, Boosted Broccoli (p 142 of the book)  – broccoli with olive oil, garlic, and anchovies melted together- YUMMY!

Snack– smashed avocado mixed with salsa and red pepper slices


Breakfast– Blueberry Smoothie

Lunch– Homemade chicken soup, Brownie (p.157)

Snack– Almond cookie (p. 159)

 Dinner– ready to make it now:  Snapper with lemon and herbs, mashed no-tatoes (mashed cauliflower), spinach

Nothing too crazy or “out there” or exotic.  It is not that hard to eat this way.

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Kimberly Roberto

Wife, Mom, Daughter, Business Owner with a Passion for Cooking and Eating Healthy Food and Helping Others to do the Same!

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