I also ate some really tasty food! Check it out!
Check out this awesome breakfast! I made a half batch of Kris Carr's chia seed pudding from Crazy Sexy Diet last night and was so excited to try it for breakfast! It is the first successful chia pudding I've made (a little sweet for my taste though, I'll cut the agave next time) and I loved it topped with fresh mango and strawberries! So delicious and such a bright breakfast! All raw too :)
Lunch was another snack plate, this one starring hummus and stuffed grape leaves. A mostly raw plate. Can you tell I love carrots?
I wasn't super hungry for an afternoon snack but know I needed some energy so I had one of Gabby's Lemon Coconut Hemp Seed Bites. Perfect pick me up!
Yes, I know this meal is cooked. However, I still think that I made about 60% raw for the day? I felt pretty unprepared for the start of this cleanse because it started so abruptly but while the meal is cooked, it is definitely still healthy. I made roasted sweet potato fries, roasted cauliflower and roasted chickpeas. There's a little organic ketchup for the sweet potato fries.
I'm happy to report that my energy is way up now from this morning. I'm researching foods that cause inflammation and foods that help inflammation as well. I figure that since I'm not getting a ton of help from my doctors, I may as well try and find some solutions myself. This cleanse is step one and permanent changes will be the next step. I've also spent today planning for the next few days so I'm more prepared. Yay! I plan on getting back on the workout plan tomorrow so that is good too :)
Goals for tomorrow: GREENS(!!) and a smoothie. More raw foods and a good workout!
Hope you all had a great weekend and enjoy the rest of your night!