Yesterday I had a mango carrot smoothie for breakfast. It's not the one from the detox list but it is the one from the Whole Living site. I figured I was missing the protein from the detox one so I ate some nuts and then a hardboiled egg. I'm not very good with sticking to recipes, especially when it comes to including two leaves of kale. I'll just have to include some more greens in my lunch.
Lunch was grilled chicken breast with stir fried vegetables. Bok choy, broccoli, green onions, and zucchini. I didn't have carrots so I added some carrot juice to the pan. I dunno, for flavour? Added nutrients? I've also heard red pepper has vitamin C so I chopped one of those up and included it. I've made the same thing for lunch today. I couldn't find buckwheat noodles so I'm eating brown rice.
Dinner was another smooothie - this time with almond milk, banana and carrot juice and mango. I'm probably not getting the serving sizes right but I'm definitely eating healthier. I feel good in that sense but I definitely went to bed hungry. A couple cashews (the only nuts in the house right now - aside from us, haha) and a banana helped fill me up a bit more after dinner. I've also been snacking on grapes.
I should probably whip out the sweet potato recipe soon. I need something a bit more filling. My husband is loving the smoothies and the stirfry. But he had pasta with lentil sauce (I believe the recipe is a whole living one - except I used red pepper instead of carrots) for dinner as a liquid dinner wouldn't do for him (he exercises a lot).