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Eat to Live: What I Ate on Day 9 of Dr. Fuhrman's Plan // MyMommaToldMe.com

Join me as I blog my way through Dr. Furhman’s Eat to Live plan (again)!  My goal is to reach my ideal weight by doing the aggressive 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!


Easy Nutritarian Breakfast Day 9 of Eat to Live Plan // MyMommaToldMe.com

Breakfast: 1/2 cup steel cut oatmeal, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, sliced strawberries, 1/2 tsp. raw chia seeds

Lunch: (see pic above) Mixed baby green salad with 1/4th Hass avocado, sliced green onions, pomegranate seeds, 1 clementine orange, grape tomatoes and 1/2 ounce raw cashews; dressed with balsamic vinegar.  Leftover broccoli, tofu and quinoa “stir fry” from Day 8.  Fresh strawberries.

What to eat on Day 9 of Dr. Fuhrman's Eat to Live Plan // MyMommaToldMe.com

Dinner: 1 TJ’s flaxseed tortilla, leftover green lentil bean paste, 2 tbsp. hummus, 1/4th Hass avocado, sauteed crimini mushrooms in low-sodium veggie stock with garlic powder, dried onion and frozen chopped spinach; topped with fresh diced green onions.

Simple Nutritarian Salad // MyMommaToldMe.com

Simple salad with grape tomatoes, blueberries and dry roasted pistachios; dressed with balsamic vinegar.

Check out what I ate on Day 8!

Check out what I ate on Day 7!

Check out what I ate on Day 6!

Check out what I ate on Day 5!

Check out what I ate on Day 4!

Check out what I ate on Day 3!

Check out what I ate on Day 2!

Check out what I ate on Day 1!

xo, Kristen
Kristen Hong of Hello Nutritarian

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  • Kimberly says:

    You mention oatmeal alot, is this a cooked or raw measurement? Also I can not bring myself to try tofu which u also us in alot of recipes, is there a substitute for the tofu that I can use?

    • Kristen | Hello Nutritarian says:

      Hi Kimberly!

      Yes, when I first started Dr. Fuhrman’s plan I ate a lot of oatmeal!

      For this particular day it was 1/2 cup cooked steel cut oatmeal. I used to make a batch of steel cut oats for the week and portion them out.

      For tofu, yes I did and still do eat a lot of tofu! You can always use beans (edamame) or tempeh (but if you don’t like tofu I don’t think you’ll like the less-processed version). If you’re worried about trying tofu, I definitely recommend you start with this Baked Tofu recipe–it’s very easy to make and tastes really savory, crispy and yummy!

      xo, Kristen

    • alyr says:

      Actually tofu has NO flavor so it’s easy to eat. Unlike beans where you can’t really mask the flavor. I never thought I’d eat it either, till I tried it because of Krisin’s recipes but you don’t even really need to “prepare” it. Out of the package it just tastes like some unidentified thing with the texture of egg whites. LOL I also put it in smoothies to up my nutrients.