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Date 2822018

 

Vitamin B12 tonge wake up

 

Breakfast

 

1 cup of chocolate soy drink

1 Banana

1 tablespoon of raisins

1/2 Cup of Oats

 

Snack

5 dates

3 Nuts

 

Lunch

125 Dry lentils

2 tablespoon of hazelnuts

1 teaspoon of cocunut oil

 

Snack

5 Figs

3 Walnuts

 

Dinner

125 Soy Chunks

2 tablespoon of pistachios

1 teaspoon of peanut butter

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Date 1/2/2018

 

Vitamin B12 Tonge

 

Breakfast

 

1 cup of chocolate soy drink

1 Banana

1 tablespoon of raisins

2 Weetabix Biscoits

 

Snack

 

1 Handfull of Almonds

5 Prunes

 

Lunch

 

Pasta with Vitamin D

30 Grams of Cashwee

1 Teaspoon of Peanut Butter

 

Snack Afternoon

 

5 Dried Pinapple

1 Piece of Dark of Chocolate

 

Dinner

 

Red Lentils

30 Grams of Walnuts

Straweberries

 

Supper

Green Tea

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Date: 2 / 3 / 2018

 

Vitamin B12 ( Tongue )

 

Breakfast

 

1/2 Oats

1 Banana

1 Teaspoon of chia Seeds

Soymilk chocolate flavor

 

Snack

 

14 Hanzel Nuts

20 Raisins

 

Lunch

 

120 Grams of White Rice ( Dry )

42 Grams of Pistachios

1 Tablespoon of Peanut Butter

 

Snack

 

1/2 Oats with water

1 Banana

1 Teaspoon of chia Seeds

 

Dinner i ain't figure yet lol

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Date: 25/5/2018

 

Breakfast

 

1/2 Oats

1 Banana

1 Raw Egg ( Not vegan, but i'm consuming )

1 Tablespoon of Chia Seeds

 

Snack

 

1 Oz of Peanuts

6 Dates

 

Lunch

 

100 gr of Pasta

1 Cup of Red Lentils

1 tablespoon of Brown Flax Seed

Olive Oil

 

Snack

 

7 Nuts

1 Handful of raisins

 

Dinner ain't figure yet

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26/5/2018

 

Breakfast

 

Carb: Oats

Prot: Soy milk

Fat: Walnuts

 

Snack

 

Carb: Dates

Fat: Peanuts

 

Lunch

 

Carb: Rice

Prot: Red Lentils

Fat: Flaxseed

 

Snack

 

Carb: Raisins

Fat: Walnuts

 

Dinner

 

Carb: Whole Pasta

Prot: Soychunk

Fat: Hempseeds

 

Snack

 

Fat: Chia seed

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Breakfast

 

Carb: 4 Tablespoons of oats

Carb: 1 Banana

Fat: 1 Tablespoon of chia seeds

Thermo: 1 small cup of Coffee

 

Snack

 

Carb: 6 Dates

Fat: 1 Teaspoon of cacao powder in warm water

 

Lunch

 

Carb: 4 Tablespoons of Buckwheat

Prot: 4 Tablespoons of Chickpeas

Fat: 1 Tablespoon of Flaxseed

 

Snack

 

Fat: 1 Handful Peanuts

 

Dinner

 

Carb: 4 Tablespoon of Rice

Pro: 4 Tablespoon of green Peas

Fat: 1 Tablespoon of hemp seeds

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Date: 5 / 6 / 2018

 

Breakfast

 

Carbs: Oats

Protein: Pea Protein

Fat: Chia seeds

 

Snack

 

Carbs: Raisins

Protein: Soy Yogurt

Fat: Walnuts

 

Lunch

 

Carbs: Whole Pasta

Protein: Red Lentils

Fat: Cashew

+ Raw Spinach

 

Snack

 

Carbs: Banana

Protein: Soy Milk

Fat: Peanut Butter

 

Dinner

 

Carbs: Rice

Protein: Black Beans

Fat: Raw Almonds

 

Supper

 

Fat: Peanuts

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Meal 1:

 

1/2-1 cup oatmeal

Superfood Protein (Because you are adding some extra carbs to start your day, stick to the lower calorie recipes such as a Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie or BlueBerry Coconut Water Smoothie)

 

Meal 2:

 

1/2 block of extra firm tofu, scrambled with spinach and peppers

1 grapefruit

1 tbsp almond butter

 

Meal 3:

 

Beans & Rice using 1/2 can of your favorite legume (black beans/pinto beans are preferable)

1 cup steamed brown rice

Mixed vegetables (steamed veggie mixes are readily available and can be easily stirred into your bean/rice combo)

1/4 avocado or handful of almonds

 

Meal 4:

 

1 apple

Superfood Protein (Blueberry Creme or Chocolate Banana Creme recipes are great after a more grueling regimen; For a lighter fare stick to the Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie or BlueBerry Coconut Water Smoothie mixes!)

 

Meal 5:

 

Large salad including Spinach, Mixed Greens, Cucumber, Carrot, Kale, Cranberries – add handful of almonds or 1/4 small avocado (light vinaigrette or splash of extra virgin olive oil to taste is a great addition!)

1/2 cup lentils

1/2 cup steamed brown rice

1/4 pound steamed broccoli

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