What I Ate Wednesday

Morning

Un-pictured: Garden of Life Prenatal Vitamins and Green Pastures Fermented Cod Liver/Butter Oil.

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I’ve been a boring, creature of habit lately. This Cherry Chocolate Shake has been my go-to breakfast nearly all week!

Lunch

lunch

I’ve been obsessed with re-creating a shredded cabbage salad that we love from a nearby Asian-fusion restaurant, so I started off my lunch with this latest experiment. It features a sweet sesame-lime dressing, along with shredded carrots, chives, red onion and fresh cilantro. It’s not exactly like the restaurant version, but I might actually like it better!

Followed by a stir-fry of assorted vegetables and quinoa, tossed with tamari and coconut oil.

Dinner

dinner

I started off the evening with a large mixed green salad, topped with a chopped apple, raw goat feta, and lemon dressing. Followed by a bowl of steamed broccoli, smothered in marinara sauce and topped with shredded raw goat cheddar. I could eat this combination every night!

For dessert, Austin and I are still on our chocolate banana “milkshake” kick. It’s pretty similar to this recipe, but without the peanut butter and only 1 banana.

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Hi, I’m Megan. A former fast food junkie turned certified nutritionist consultant, trying to make healthy living as easy as possible. I believe in eating delicious whole foods on a regular basis to help naturally support the body’s detox organs— no juice fasting required. (Unless you want to!) If you make one of my healthy recipes, tag @detoxinista on Instagram or Facebook so I can see!

15 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday

  1. bree

    I think we are obsessed with the same Asian restaurant. My family eats there weekly. Id love for you to recreate their salad recipe. Their salmon is my favorite food right now.

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    1. Megan Post author

      I love the Organic Pasta Sauce made by Whole Foods brand. It’s pretty affordable, too!

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  2. Shawna Manning

    PLEASE post the recipe for the cabbage salad. I love the combination of those flavors.

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  3. the delicate place

    i tried taking FCLO only 1-2tsp a day and i was getting bloody noses and flare ups in my skin! i had to go back to nordic naturals fish oil. i guess it just wasn’t for me! this week, fish vera cruz style has been a winner 🙂

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    1. Megan Post author

      Wow, I’ve never heard of that! I love Nordic Naturals brand, too, so it sounds like it would be a good idea for you to stick to that. Your fish sounds tasty, too! 🙂

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  4. Marta

    Hi Megan,

    Just wanted to let you know I love your blog- you are a huge inspiration on my path toward optimal health! I was just wondering where you found the lovely colourful bowls so often pictured in your photos?

    Thanks for your response and for all of the info!

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    1. Megan Post author

      Yes, it’s definitely encouraged to take probiotics while pregnant. They are included in my raw prenatal vitamins, so I don’t have to take an additional supplement.

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  5. Beverly

    Do you calculate the grams of protein you eat every day?I am concerned that you may not be getting enough in your otherwise healthy eating plan. When I was pregnant I calculated my protein intake after my evening meal, and made sure I had an evening snack to make up what amount of protein was deficient with a protein-based smoothie. Protein is especially important during pregnancy- the first three months when the brain and vital organs are forming as well as later. Some moms, fearing weight gain the final trimester, do not take in adequate protein. This can bring on toxemia which is very dangerous to mother and baby.

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    1. Megan Post author

      I don’t count calories or any type of macronutrients, such as carb or protein grams, because that would make me crazy. (Been there, done that!)

      Keep in mind that these Wednesday posts only show one day out of many, and I make sure to always alternate the foods I consume, including plenty of eggs, nuts, seeds, and fish throughout the week. My doctor is thrilled with my baby’s development, my weight gain, and all of my vitals up to this point, so I plan to keep up my routine. I think people are often quick to forget that green vegetables, and grains such as quinoa, contain a surprising amount of protein, too! I can’t imagine fearing that protein would make me gain weight, so I hope other women don’t, either!

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  6. jo

    i used to eat broccoli on my angel hair pasta covered in tomato sauce. i will have to try it again without the pasta. sounds really good.

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