An Average Day of Eating on Medical Medium Protocols

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This post will share an average day of eating on the Medical Medium protocol. Check out a typical day of eating for toddlers too.

From lemon water to celery juice to fat-free mornings, there’s always so many questions on what a day of eating looks like on Medical Medium protocols.

Today, I’m sharing exactly what I eat on a typical day. For specific snacks and brands, check out my product recommendation page.

What I Eat in the Morning

I usually start my day with 16 oz of lemon water followed by 16 oz of celery juice.

After that, I’ll have a 32 oz smoothie for breakfast. I usually will have the heavy metal detox smoothie, but that could vary.

Then, I have a mid-morning snack, which could be fruit, an adrenal snack, or dried fruit.

I try to stay raw and fat-free until noon each day.

What I Eat in the Afternoon

For lunch, I have a huge salad. I usually use a giant mixing bowl and just fill it up. My favorites are cucumbers, tomatoes, sprouts, potatoes, and greens.

Then, I usually add onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne powder, lemon juice, and dates.

That’s my go-to salad.

After lunch, I usually do another smoothie. I often do two snacks in the afternoon to get me to dinner.

This can be a smoothie, adrenal snacks, hummus, or rice cakes.

What I Eat in the Evening

Dinners can vary a lot, but often times I eat potatoes in the form of French fries, mashed potatoes, roasted potatoes, baked potatoes – all different kinds of potatoes, including white, yellow, purple, and sweet potatoes.

I love making a veggie chili with lots of beans, stir fry veggies with coconut aminos, rice noodles or another kind of gluten-free pasta with sauce and veggies, vegetable soups, and tacos.

After dinner, I’ll have an adrenal snack, dried fruit, or nice cream.

You’ll want to get a good snack in before you go to bed because it will help you sleep.

This is a typical day, but it does obviously vary. However, this is my norm that I stick to as much as possible.

If I deviate from a typical day, it’s okay because I have a great foundation with this.

Delicious Healing Recipes

Check out the below recipes for delicious food that is also healing

Twice Baked Vegan “Cheezy” Potatoes
Rachel’s Favorite Salad Recipe
Watermelon lemonade with lime and mint
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