Leaky Gut Menu Ideas

On this leaky gut diet, while I’m taking one of the herbal medications, I am very limited in what I can eat and I have to eat frequently to take in enough nutrients for my body. Here’s my daily routine – recipes to follow soon!

Everything listed below is organic, antibiotic free, and hormone free, even if it doesn’t say so in my list.

Breakfast – 7am
Applegate Sweet Italian sausage with either
Bubbie’s sauerkraut
sauteed with apples and onions
-grapefruit

OR

Roast/boiled chicked with cabbage slaw

Mid-morning snack – between 10am and 11am
-roast chicken
-all fruit smoothie (no yogurt, milk, or proteins – just fresh fruit and organic juice)
-Multi-colored carrots

Lunch – 1pm
Salad with lettuce and roast/boiled chicken or Applegate Organic Roast Turkey with Gunther’s lemon oregano dressing and
-home roasted beets
-cucumbers/zucchini
-apples
-carrots
-pick a vegetable, any vegetable 🙂

I always follow lunch with an apple or an orange.

Mid-afternoon snack – between 2pm and 3pm
-sweet potato and leek soup
-butternut squash soup
-yam chips
-dried or dehydrated fruit with no sugar added (still very sweet)

Dinner – 6:30pm or 7pm
Meat:
-roast beef
-roast chicken
-roast shoulder lamb chops
-roast leg of lamb
-broiled sirloin steak
-wild caught flounder
Starch:
-full or half yam (one of three different kinds!) baked and sprinkled with sea salt
-mashed yams
-cauliflower can act as a rice substitute if chopped up in a blender or Cuisinart
Vegetable:
-salad made with lettuce (my favorite is red leaf), radishes, cucumbers or green zucchini, onions, olive oil, apple cider vinegar, salt
-spinach or kale sauteed in olive oil with onions and garlic
-cabbage slaw
-roasted root vegetables with beets, turnips, parsnips, yams, and carrots
-carrot and parnips with garlic and dill
-sauteed spaghetti squash

Dessert – between 8pm and 9pm
Vermont Village organic applesauce, unsweeted or with cinnamon and nutmeg

Drinks at any given time of the day
365 Organic Honeycrisp Apple juice (Whole Foods brand)
RW Knudsen Organic juices (they usually have ascorbic acid to maintain color, so just check that this is okay for your diet. And also, pear is so amazing that it’s practically a dessert!)
Odwalla Garden Organics juices (any of them except the carrot apple mango because mango is high glycemic)
Colombia Gorge Organic juices (the carrot one is so sweet that it takes like they used baby carrots!)
Alvita organic herbal teas (my favorite is Rosemary)
Celebration Herbals organic tea (my favorite is Raspbery Leaf. You can order loose tea or teabags.)

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6 responses to this post.

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  2. Posted by Matthew R Giese on October 14, 2012 at 6:48 pm

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  3. Posted by leaky guy on November 10, 2012 at 5:39 am

    i had to admire your great effort, you have shared valuable information with us! thanks for the good work.

    Reply

  4. Posted by Martin on December 25, 2012 at 1:39 am

    Any more ideas for sweet breakfast?

    Reply

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