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Your 21 Day Summer Food Plan

Updated: Jul 8, 2019

Today I would like to introduce you all and invite you to join my 21 day summer food plan. I came up with this initiative as far too many people don’t get the full benefits of a food plan as they lack the know-how, support and perseverance to see it through. This however is different as it involves consultations and frequent contact! Below you will find an example day from the 21 day food plan, and as you will see, every dish is carefully thought out and appropriate to the time of day.

Summer Diet

Breakfast - Blueberry Pancakes

Pancakes are a breakfast favourite around the world; however, many of us don’t make them too often as we see them as unhealthy. This doesn’t have to be the case and this recipe provides you with a great way to make a tasty breakfast packed with nutritional goodness. Your standard pancakes aren’t healthy as they contain too much dairy, white flour and are eaten with unhealthy and sugary toppings. This delightful alternative makes use of alternative ingredients which provide health benefits and enhance the flavour of the dish. For example, instead of using butter and white flour, this recipe includes coconut flour and coconut oil, as well as cinnamon, blueberries and vanilla extract in the place of sugar and syrup. Your breakfast sets you up for the day and eating something nutritious is crucial, but that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on taste. For the full recipe click here!

How to make healthy pancakes

Lunch – Spanish Sardine Salad

Salads are a staple when it comes to lunches, and though they are considered ‘healthy’, a great deal of people don’t make the most out of theirs, topping them with sugary dressings instead of healthy and delicious alternatives. This Sardine Salad is a tasty and well-balanced lunch which will fill you up until your evening meal! Sardines are full of Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B12, calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium. To compliment these small but mighty fish, this recipe also contains olives, capers, olive oil and red wine vinegar, as well as a generous handful of fresh leafy greens! This salad can be made in 5 minutes before you leave for work and will brighten your day up far more than a sandwich! For the full recipe, click here!