OUTFIT : Fabletics set normally $135 (VIP $80) size small in bottoms XS in top
As many of you know by now I suffer from endometriosis and infertility. Having the two together have made things more difficult for us to grow our family. Not impossible as we are told this far but not easy. You can read our previous story on infertility HERE. Last time we did a check in with our infertility Dr. we were told that an anti inflammatory diet would be best (no gluten, dairy or processed sugars) for me to keep the endometriosis at bay.
A lot of you were interested in what I was eating so here we are! I’ll be breaking this post topic into 2 parts. First up breakfast, snacks and my fave dessert! Then I’ll jump into lunch and dinner in part 2.
For breakfast I like to make sure that I have a few things on hand that I can have with some type of egg. Lately it has been hard boiled eggs because I can make a bunch of them ahead of time.
Gluten free waffles from (Trader Joe’s)
Chia Seed Pudding ( RECIPE BELOW )
Gold Canyon Gluten Free Bread & Hard Boiled Eggs
Omelette with Follow your heart dairy free American cheese (Sprouts) and veggies
Avocado toast with cilantro and red pepper flakes
Silk Dairy Free yogurt – peach mango is LEGIT (Frys)
The Daily Crave Lentil Chips (Sprouts) – Himalayan pink salt is my favorite and great with guacamole
Annies coco and vanilla GF bunnies – (sprouts)
Trail Mix – I like to add Almonds, Apricots, Cranberries, Dates and Unsalted Peanuts
Tates Gluten Free chocolate chip cookies
Leah Better Bites Chocolate Chip (Target)
So Cocowhip and fresh berries (Sprouts)
Katz Lemon Cupcakes (Sprouts)
2 Tablespoons of Chia Seeds
1/2 cup milk ( I use lactaid 2% )
1 -2 tsp vanilla
1 – 2 Tablespoons maple syrup
handful of fresh berries and coconut chips (Dang brand)
Combine all items let set in fridge for 2-3 hours or overnight
Stay tuned for next weeks anti inflammatory diet part 2!