Revamp Your Diet: A Healthy Eating Plan You Can Stick To

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butternut-squash

Butternut squash for Quinoa & Roasted Vegetable Salad

The problem with most New Years resolution is that there usually isn’t much planning involved to produce success. I should know…I’ve done the whole talk the talk, but never made a plan to walk the walk, and by January 14th had completely forgotten about what it was I had resolved to do better.
Then there were the times that I did make a plan – I mean a real, write it down, step by step, this is how I’m going to get there, kind of plan; joined with others who kept me accountable and pushed me; built up a great support system because everyone around me knew what it was I wanted to achieve. The funny thing is, during those times when I really resolved to accomplish something it became a habit, a life style, a part of who I was and hoped to be.
Now, that’s what a resolution is.
I hope we all make resolutions to improve in all aspects of our lives: Mentally, emotionally, spiritually, financially, and physically. Since most of us have room to improve physically and want to eat better this year, I’ve done some of the writing-it-down for you. Vegan, refined sugar free, gluten free, paleo, these are all diets that really can be narrowed down to clean eating.  Making this way of eating a life-style – no matter which kind of nutrition plan you choose to implement – will definitely set you up to meet your physical goals for the new year.

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I’ve come up with two different clean eating diet plans that spell out what you should be enjoying in your diet, what you should avoid, and what a typical day of eating like this would look like. Is this a list of rules or absolutes? No! This is a general guideline to get you thinking, cooking, and enjoying a healthy whole foods diet.




Why two different diet plans? Because you and I are different. Because you’re body needs a unique balance of healthy foods that may be different from someone else. The key to success in any habit-changing endeavor is to feel good about it. In other words, listen to your body and enjoy the process!
Below you’ll find the down loadable guilds that follow either a Paleo diet or a Gluten Free & Vegan diet. No matter which plan you choose, know that all the foods you’ll be enjoying should be as clean (organic, non-GMO, grass-fed, locally grown, etc.) as possible for best results. 

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Gluten Free Flax Seed Bread

Whether you have a gluten sensitivity or not, enjoying a diet that is rich and diversified in naturally gluten free plant-based goodness and leaves out all the refined carbohydrates, sugars, or artificial preservatives will leave you feeling great! This is a great plan if you want to loose weight, detox, or just feel better overall.

Gluten Free & Vegan Nutrition Plan

Eating like your ancient ancestors can be pretty tasty and healthy. Removing all grains and relying on fresh organic meats along with plant-based whole foods can help boost your fitness program’s potential and detox the body.

Paleo Nutrition Plan

Food Lamor by Melissa





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