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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

THM Menu Sample One day at a time - Tuesday

Featured on today's Menu: Mrs. Dirinda's baked Oatmeal (Recipe via Pinterest)

Hello everybody! Yesterday I started sharing with you day by day how you can plan your meals on THM
Remember: The Snacks are optional if you don't have "enough hours in your day" to get all these meals in... don't worry... skip 1 or both snacks... Just remember to never let more than 4 hours go without food. You should always wait at least 2 1/2 hours between each feeding (no munching in between! even if you are not switching fuels! Yes.... again... I say it... even if you are NOT switching fuels) Now... if you are switching fuels you should wait AT LEAST the 3 full hours.

This week I am sharing the SAHM eddition... Next week we can work together on a "on the go" menu.


E Breakfast:
  •  Baked Oatmeal, I love Mrs. Dirinda's recipe (it's a single serving), my tweak is that I use 1/3 cup of egg whites instead of 1/4 cup and most times I use small pieces of apple instead of blueberries.

FP Snack:
  • 2 Light Rye Wasa Crackers with 1 wedge of Light Laughing Cow (I love the Chipotle/Queso Fresco Flavor), some extra lean turkey deli meat and cucumber slices. 

S Lunch:

  • A big salad prepared with pre-washed Spring Mix (I love all the Organic Leaf Mixes from Costco), 1 hard boiled egg in slices, a few sardines (in olive oil) all dressed with a quick/easy to make mixture of EVOO, minced garlic, lime juice, salt and pepper.

E Snack:
  • Apple Slices (1 apple) and Greek Yogurt/Peanut Butter Dip made with 3/4 cup plain 0% greek yogurt mixed with a tsp. of peanut butter (or 1 tbsp. of fat free peanut flour), sweetened with stevia to taste and a splash of pure vanilla extract

Dinner: (S)

Note: This menu that I've put together can NEVER replace the knowledge that comes from reading the book and applying the principles yourself... You will eventually want to be FREE and put together your own food combinations and meals, this is an aid that will allow you to "see" what a THM menu looks like IRL but reading the book is crucial to succeed on the plan. Every good thing is worth the extra work. My tip... is get the book and start reading the chapters about the different types of Settings (S, E, FP, S helpers and Crossovers), start applying every new principle you learn and keep going. I do not charge for sharing my menus and meals, The authors of the book have worked too hard on creating this plan and their own name. Those who use the THM name to sell menus and meal plans are doing so in full knowledge that they are taking advantage of someone else's work. Hopefully they will re-consider and stop. Make sure you do not support those who do so.



 © Paloma K.

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