Alternative Meal Plans

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    Breakfast Alternative

    All is needed is a blender, water, and your favorite fruit. I prefer to use alkaline fruits and not mix them with acid fruits or vegetables. Blend your favorite fruit with water until it becomes liquid; not puree. Consume immediately or bottle it to go.

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    Breakfast Alternative

    All that is needed is any vegetable wrap, avocado, hemp seeds, chia seeds, and pomegranate arils. Blend ripe avocado inside blender until its puree for a nice spread on to vegetable rap. Apply chia seeds, hemp seeds, and arils. Finally wrap and enjoy.

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    Lunch Alternative

    All that is needed is sprouts, tomatoes, lettuce, quinoa, limes, parsley, and cucumbers. Use lettuce as a bowl to hold all food. Avoid iceberg lettuce. Dice tomatoes, cucumbers, and parsley. Either sprouted quinoa or cooked quinoa is fine and is to be added with sprouts into lettuce bowl. Add all dice ingredients and squeezed lime juice over ingredients inside of bowl. You can also add any season you like for taste, i recommend you discard seasons.

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    Dinner Alternative

    All that is needed is sprouted wild rice or brown rice, mung beans, sesame seeds, zucchini, chickpea miso, almond butter, olive oil, coconut oil, or favorite oil, and strips of nori. First, use the shredder to shred the zucchini, add it to the bowl with the rice, mung beans, and sesame seeds. Blend the almond butter, miso, and oil together. Smash the rice down to make a bottom then use the blend butter,miso,oil paste to whole rice together asserting another layer. Think of the way you would do a hamburger; meat then cheese, meat then cheese, until onigiri size is at your proportion. Apply the strips of nori to seal. Baked or skillet fry for atleast two minutes or until onigiri turns brownish or becomes sealed together. eat and enjoy

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    Dinner Alternative

    All that is needed is two limes, zucchini, four avocados, some kale, one sweet bell pepper diced, 1/2 cup of red diced onions, 1/2 jalapeno, three sweet bell peppers cut in half, 1/2 cup cooked chickpeas. Remove the seed from the avocado and mix it with maple syrup and lime juice. Then added the chopped kale, jalapeno, zucchini, onion, chickpeas and mix it well together. Scoop the guacamole into the six pepper halves.