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Day 30 What to eat on the 6 week Dr Fuhrman Eat to Live plan how to become a nutritarian menu plansJoin 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.  I will be posting what I eat each and every day (or as close as I can get) until I reach that magic number!  If you are currently on the plan we would love to hear from you–please comment and post pics below!

Breakfast What I ate on day 30 of Dr Fuhrmans Eat to Live Nutritarian plan MyMommaToldMe.comBreakfast: 1/2 cup steel-cut oatmeal, 1 cup un-sweetened almond milk,  5 large strawberries, handful blueberries, sprinkle yellow raisins and raw hemp seeds

Lunch: Mixed baby greens salad with sliced cucumbers, red and yellow bell peppers, sliced beets, sliced red onion, raw sunflower seeds and another sprinkling of yellow raisins; dressed with balsamic vinegar.  Leftover pink lentil stew (made with low-sodium broth, onions, carrots and celery), topped with fresh radish and green onions. (see graphic pic).

Dessert: Apple slices with 1 1/2 tbsp. almond butter

Dinner on day 30 of the eat to live nutritarian plan by Dr Fuhrman MyMommaToldMe.comDinner: I ran out of salad ingredients so I have to make due with eating up the leftovers in the fridge.  Leftover spicy Mexican tofu topped with 1/4th Hass avocado and raw pepita seeds.  Trader Joe’s re-fried black beans with corn, topped with fresh green salsa.

Dessert: 1 mandarin orange, 4 large strawberries

Check out what I was thinking and how I was feeling during me fifth week on the Eat to Live plan!

Check out what I ate on Day 29!

Check out what I ate on Day 28!

Check out what I ate on Day 27!

Check out what I ate on Day 26!

Check out what I ate on Day 25!

xo, Kristen
Kristen Hong of Hello Nutritarian

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  • Jesse says:

    I’m so excited to find your blog!! I have a question. I’ve started the eat to live twice and have never gotten past week two. I find myself sooo hungry between meals even though I stuff myself at meals. Did you ever run into this? How do you get through it with out snacking? Thanks so much for all the meal ideas.im gonna try try again on Monday !

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Jesse! YES! Hunger is a real problem for me, still! So, when you
      stop and start over again, you are dealing with those toxic food
      cravings again every time–this is the cycle I’ve been stuck in too.
      You are most likely experiencing toxic hunger–a bodily discomfort
      during the catabolic stage (or the time our body is finished digesting
      our food and has begun to detoxify and repair cells). It takes at least
      3 weeks for me to get over this toxic hunger stage and my body becomes
      used to being comfortable during the catabolic stage. Be proud of every
      attempt you make!! Those two hard weeks are helping and cleansing your
      body! After my first 6 weeks it has been hard for me to stay on the
      “lifetime” plan but I’m 6 days in and feeling great 🙂 Instead of
      snacking try moving your mealtimes up, have lunch earlier and make sure
      you are eating fiber and protein and healthy fat at each meal. I just
      tried Dr. Fuhrman’s Walnut vinaigrette salad dressing and it really
      helps to fill me up on my salad–I will post the recipe for it soon!
      Beans at each meal also helps because they take longer to digest. Thank
      you for sharing with me and please come back and let me know how it’s

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Jesse! I just saw this comment–sorry it’s taken so long to reply!! YES, I would be starving about an hour to an hour and a half before each meal. I tried my hardest to not snack in between, but when I would be making dinner or lunch I would sometimes start eating raw veggies–considering it to be part of my salad (and it has a negative caloric impact anyway)!