It’s Monday, people! And I’m in a food mood so let’s talk about meals for a minute.

As you may already know, nearly each week I post about REAL MEALS, made by me, that I actually eat. Buuuuuuuuuuuut unfortunately, I don’t have many pics to share with you this time because I somehow forgot to take some last week. Oops. The pics I do have, however, are all very easy food choices. They’re Paleo and Whole30 compliant and of course AIP.

These Day on a Plate posts are an effort to show the reality and daily grind behind the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) diet. Sometimes it isn’t pretty, isn’t a fancy recipe, isn’t ideal but it’s always compliant and nutritious. I’m sure you’ve heard the term food is fuel.. and well.. it’s true. Also, consistency is key. 😉

Breakfast: Coconut Water

Gotta be honest.. I struggled with meal planning this week and it showed. So… I had coconut water for breakfast.. a lot. Definitely not my preferred breakfast but what can ya do? Show grace. 

Sometimes life means improvising, learning and doing better the next week.

I will say, C2O brand of coconut water is pretty darn good. It’s a product that never used to have any appeal to me but discovering the awesome electrolyte content in coconut water made it worth acquiring a taste for. Harmless Harvest Coconut Water is by far the superior brand but this one is good for budget minded folks, such as myself. 😉

Snack: Sweet Potato Chips & Guac

So this wasn’t like a normal afternoon snack.. nope. This was an “I need to eat SOMETHING or else I’ll eat EVERYTHING” type of late-night Netflix binging snack. It did the trick! Healthy fat usually does. Plus, the crunch of the sweet potato chips quieted my cravings. I definitely recommend Jackson’s Honest Sweet Potato Chips. So. Freaking. Good.

Dinner: Chuck Roast & Cauli Mash

If that pic doesn’t make you drool something is wrong with you. This was the most delicious grass-fed, grass-finished Chuck Roast in the world. So tender, juicy and flavorful. I put it in my slow cooker for most of the day with a bunch of herbs then made gravy out of the drippings. It paired perfectly with cauliflower mash.

My daughter had some too, and LOVED it, but freaked out when she found a leaf in her food. Apparently, she’s not a fan of me forgetting to remove the bay leaves before serving up her plate. LOL!

Rock your AIP diet, my friends.

Products Mentioned: 

C2O Coconut Water

Harmless Harvest Coconut Water

Jackson’s Sweet Potato Chips

Grass Fed Chuck Roast

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As someone who struggles with thyroid disease and adrenal fatigue, Jordan knows that a healthy lifestyle is forever a work in progress but completely crucial to her well being. She is eager to share her journey so YOU may be motivated to seek healing for yourself and enjoy wellness from the inside out! ♥

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