Wednesday, June 6, 2012

These are a few of my favorite foods

People often ask me what I eat if I can't eat wheat, dairy, and about a zillion other things.  Well, I've made a list for you of some of my favorite foods.  Hopefully you'll find some inspiration here.  I'm sure you'll discover that my diet is anything but boring.  Comments and questions are always welcome.  Bon apetit!   Did I spell that right?


Scrambles - scrambled eggs with whatever I can find in the fridge ( potatoes, spinach, zucchini, asparagus, turkey sausage, tomatoes, rice, black beans, tomatoes, chard, kale, quinoa, leftovers, etc.)

Toast and scrambles eggs - I like udi's breads and bagels and Food for life's english muffins

Homemade Muffins - pumpkin or fresh blueberry are my favs

Pancakes - usually homemade, but occasionally Trader Joe's GF if I don't feel well

Crustless Quiche - There is a recipe on my blog

Breakfast Sandwiches - Bagel, egg, turkey sausage, turkey bacon or sliced lunch meat, cheese (daiya), spinach, pesto (homemade), tomato

Quinoa - I'll cook it with stock and then top it with eggs and spinach and maybe some turkey sausage

Pigs in a blanket muffins - Just make muffins, but use pancake batter and stir in breakfast sausage and bake - YUM!

Omelet - stuff with your fav fillings


Most of the time I eat dinner leftovers for lunch or I snack heavily, but sometimes I will make something just for lunch.

Turkey Sandwich on Udi's bread - When I get really inspired I'll use pesto, sundried tomatoes, olives, cheese, spinach, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, sprouts, etc.

GF mac n cheese - I make it with Earth Balance and rice milk to lower the amount of dairy

Turkey dogs - no bun


Frozen GF pizza

Frozen GF chicken nuggets

Tuna on thin rice cakes or rice crackers


Green apple and cashew butter


Grilled "cheese" sandwiches

Canned soup

Thai noodle soup - similar to top ramen


Most of my meal planning revolves around dinner.  I find that there are often enough leftovers for lunches and the extra ingredients can be used in breakfast and lunches.

Stir Fry and Rice - I usually use chicken and lots of veggies and top with GF sauces from San-J or I make my own

Fried Rice - Can be made with Stir Fry ingredients, I usually use chicken and veggies and GF tamari soy sauce, ut you can use any leftover meat or even tofu

Taco night - crunchy or soft corn tortillas, ground chicken or turkey, black beans, rice, and all the fixins

Nachos - Use taco night left overs and pile 'em high for nachos.  I like to get chips with flax or something as healthy as possible

Enchiladas - I'll use any leftover taco night fillings and add potato, chard, spinach, olives, green beans, or any other veggies I have available, roll into GF tortillas and top with green enchilada sauce.  I like the GF tortillas at New Leaf the best, but I'll use teff I can't find them.

Roasted Chicken - I get a whole chicken, brine it over night and bake it with carrots and potatoes

Chicken Soup - After we've eaten most of the chicken I'll make soup out of it.  Sometimes I add quinoa, GF noodle, or rice, but always use lots of veggies

Cornbread and Chili - I like Pamela's mix the best, just top with black bean chili and you're done!

Baked Potatoes and Chili - Same as above.  Sometimes I make my own chili other time I used canned.

Chili Dogs - self explanatory 

Hearty Salad - This is an everything but the kitchen sink type salad.  We try to eat this once a week or so to be sure we're eating enough veggies.  I make a typical salad with garden veggies and we'll top it with any number of things - chicken, turkey bacon, sunflower seeds, pumpkins seeds, cranberries, raisins, sliced apple, toasted nuts, GF croutons,  beans, sprouts, mandarin oranges, cabbage, anything
Burgers - We'll get ground turkey or chicken and mix it with fun stuff like fresh garlic, parm cheese, pesto, sun dried tomatoes, etc. and let it sit for at least an hour before we grill 'em.  I usually top mine off with agave sweetened BBQ sauce, cheese, tomato, and wrap in romaine leaves.  I've come to prefer it without the bun.

GF Pasta -  right now my favorite is quinoa pasta, but some of the brown rice ones are good too.  I have two styles of sauce that I alternate between.  One is dairy free creamy pesto with veggies and the other is homemade tomato sauce made with whatever I have

Pizza- homemade GF crust topped with all kinds of yummy stuff

Creamy Polenta - topped with mushroom sauce, pesto, or marinara and cheese

GF beer battered fish - I usually use talapia or cod

Homemade veggie sushi - just make sticky rice and julienne a bunch veggies and roll 'em up

Crustless Quiche - recipe on my blog, just bake yummy stuff with scrambles eggs and call it dinner

Apricot Teriyaki Chicken - recipe in the 1000 GF recipes cook book

Bruchetta - I'll make GF french bread and my own bruchetta topping and pair it with salad and call it dinner

Thanksgiving dinner- roast turkey breast, mashed potatoes, green beans, salad

Sausages - we like the sundried tomato chicken sausages at TJ's because they don't have intestines

Felafel Balls with salad and rice or quinoa 

Tamales - usually store bought, but sometimes we get homemade ones from local families

Side Dishes

Homemade fries or potato wedges - I like to use sunflower oil and itallian herbs

Carrot fries - slice like fries, top with high heat oil and sea salt and bake at 425 until slightly blackened

Quinoa - add flavor by cooking with stock

Brown rice


Grilled veggies - we like zucchini and asparagus the best

Veggies sauteed in garlic and butter

Carrots and snap peas in creamy carrot "butter"

Steamed veggies

Cucumber and tomato salad

Asian Cucumber cups

Green Beans with olive oil and lemon

Baby Carrots and hummus

Mashed Potatoes and Gravey

Sweet Potato fries


Homemade granola bars

GF pretzels

Green apple with cashew butter

Fresh Fruit

Fruit Leather

Nuts - mostly cashews

Popcorn (rarely)

Corn chips and salsa

Fresh veggies with hummus

Dried fruit

GF crackers

Rice cakes - I like the thin ones the best

Pumpkin or sunflower seeds

Friday, June 1, 2012

My current Lyme Disease Treatment Plan

People often ask me what I'm taking to treat Lyme Disease, it's co-infections, and all the assorted symptoms and related issues that come along with it.  I've put together a list of what I take and provided links to helpful resources as often as possible, just click on the colored words to get more info about the product or it's use.  Please feel free to comment or ask questions.


3 drops MC-BAB-1

1/2 tsp. Neuro-Antitox II CNS/PNS 
- Apple Cider Vinegar formula

1/2 tsp. Silvercillin Liquid

2 Ashwagandha 400mg

2 Andrographis 400mg

1 Acetyl -L-Carnitine 500mg

1 Unique E -400 IU

2 Food Based Multi Vits from Advanced Nutritional System

3 IsoCourt

2 Isoquercetin 100 mg.


1 Acetyl -L-Carnitine 500mg

2 Food Based Multi Vits

3 IsoCourt

1 Lithium Orotate

1 Vitamin D3 5000 IU


2 Melatonin SR 3 mg.

1 Low Dose Naltrexone 4.5mg

Pekana Basic Detoxification & Drainage Kit 
-15 drop each apo-Hepat, Itires, and Renelix

3 drops MC-BAB-1
1/2 tsp. Neuro-Antitox II CNS/PNS
- Apple Cider Vinegar formula

1 tsp. Silvercillin Liquid

2 Andrographis 400mg

1 Magnesium Taurate 125mg

1 Acetyl -L-Carnitine 500mg

1 Lithium Orotate

2 Isoquercetin 100 mg.

1 Dr. Ohhira Probiotic

Soon I will Be adding Smilax and weekly Bicillin Injections


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