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Day 20 What to eat on Dr Furhman eat to live nutritarian planJoin me as I blog my way through Dr. Furhman’s Eat to Live plan (again, yup I did this before and lost over 21 pounds)!  My goal is to reach my ideal weight by doing the 6 week Eat to Live plan by Dr. Fuhrman until I reach that magic number!  I will be posting what I eat each and every day (or as close as I can get) with pics!  If you are currently on the plan we would love to hear from you–please comment and post pics below!

Breakfast: Banana blossom (see Day 1, breakfast)

Lunch salad what to eat on day 20 of Dr Fuhrman Eat to Live nutritarian plan MyMommaToldMe.comLunch: Mixed baby greens salad with yellow grape tomatoes, cucumbers, strawberries, 1 Dr. Prager’s California Veggie Burger (from Trader Joe’s), minced red onion, 1/4th Hass avocado, raw pine nuts and dressed with balsamic vinegar.

Dinner Salad what to eat on Dr Fuhrmans Eat to Live Plan MyMommaToldMe.comDinner: Mixed baby greens salad with yellow grape tomatoes, 1/2 cup garbanzo beans, sliced cucumbers, handful blueberries, raw pine nuts and avocado; dressed with balsamic vinegar.  Cuban wrap (see graphic pic above): I TJ’s flaxseed wrap, 2 tbsp. wholly guacamole, 1 Dr. Prager’s California veggie patty, 1 cup Trader Joe’s Cuban Style Black Beans heated well, and three homemade plantain chips.  To make plantain chips use slightly ripened plantain cut into 1/2 inch thick slice and crush them with a glass jar to flatten (these are known as “tostones” in Cuban cooking).  Bake at 425 degrees for about 10 minutes or until crispy on the outside just starting to brown.

Dessert: fresh strawberries

Check out what I was thinking and how I was feeling during my 3rd week on the Eat to Live Plan!

Check out what I ate on Day 19!

Check out what I ate on Day 18!

Check out what I ate on Day 17!

Check out what I ate on Day 16!

xo, Kristen
Kristen Hong of Hello Nutritarian

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  • Maria says:

    Is the plantain counting as a fruit or a starchy veggie?
    Cutting rice is hard to me, but if plantains are fruits I’m in!!! I can eat them green or ripen and I will be so happy!

    • Kristen Hong says:

      Hi Maria,

      Dr. Fuhrman doesn’t list plantains as a “whole grain” or “starchy veggie” so I think you will be good as long as you’re getting in your two large salads daily and a large serving of cooked greens (those are the most important things to get in for weight loss and health).

      xo, Kristen