Rotate Your Proteins

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Keep your body on its toes!

Your body uses different enzymes to digest different foods so rotating all foods on a daily basis ensures optimum results. It also helps you from getting bored with limited food choices.

Enjoy a variety of wild-caught fish, from their natural environment, instead of farm-raised which are usually kept in pens that are often submerged in ponds, lakes, and saltwater. Choose grass-fed, hormone, and antibiotic-free meats to ensure you are not adding more toxins into your body.

There are numerous vegetarian and vegan proteins that can be used to add variety to your weekly meals! Some include…

  • Hemp seeds
  • Chia seeds
  • Quinoa
  • Spirulina
  • Raw shelled organic edamame
  • Egg whites
  • Organic cottage cheese

Try some new recipes including Grilled Shrimp and Veggie Skewers or Quinoa Tabbouleh!

Add new flavor with these spice blend options!

This Post Has 13 Comments

    1. Deborah Gallagher

      Cottage cheese and fresh tomatoes out of my garden is one of my favorites

      1. Christine Lussier

        You should give it a try with pineapple and fresh ground black pepper. If you can have pineapple, that is. It’s even good with just fresh ground pepper

  1. Lewis Harrison

    Very interesting article. I have been in the habit of eating the same thing for breakfast and lunch for convenience. Ironically to get back to work as soon as possible. It’s a double negative for my body.

  2. Shauna Altman

    Cottage cheese has been my go-to lately. But I had shrimp for lunch and lean beef yesterday. So I guess I’m doing ok with the rotating.

  3. John Christopher

    I never was a fan of Cottage cheese. But its growing on me. A few blueberries and I am getting to be a fan. Can not wait to add Salmon back into my meal plan.

  4. Carleen Delatorre

    Yes, I definately need a new variation. I find that sometimes I like to eat the same recipe.

  5. Maureen Price-Gittens

    Great..will try a little more things in my salads

  6. Christine Mayersky

    Good article since my go to seens to be chicken.

  7. ANGELIA Turner

    Being such a picky eater I find it hard to rotate my protein as needed. Can’t wait to start level 2. Overall I love this new way of eating.

  8. Stacy Hastings

    Amazing how many comments I agree with! Doing surprisingly well at Day 10 but know it’s a long road to go.

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