Updated: Aug 28
BY VRITI BAJAJ
When we hear the word diet, we are often frustrated and anxious about the difficulties when it comes to eating right. Fear not, here is a diet plan consisting of breakfast until dinner that is fun, tasty, nutritious and full of unsaturated fatty acids that are highly beneficial for individuals with dyspraxia.
If you are into coffee, wake up and start your day with a fresh cup of brewed coffee. Green tea and other kinds of pekoes are great ways to start your day. The next thing would be to grab a breakfast that is rich in good fats or unsaturated fats.
You can make eggs with toast and avocado. You can use a whole or multigrain toast. A chia seed parfait can be made with walnuts and yogurt. Indulge yourself and add some chocolate for sweetness…
For a little sweetness - add berries, yogurt, chocolate and chia seeds in a container and soak overnight in a fridge. Voila! You have a grab and go treat.
You can make your own trail mix and carry it with you wherever you go. Pack nuts, dry fruits and chocolates and make it your own and super unique.
A super delicious lunch idea that is not only tasty but delicious and filling, sure to entice your senses in the afternoon!
Seasonings of your choice
Freshly baked homemade items are truly some of the best things you can make. A great way to get creative and hone your baking skills. Throw in some oats and your favourite fruits and you have yourself a granola bar of your very own.
A great way to end your day is to relax with a grilled salmon filet along with roasted veggies and rice, seasoned and made to your liking. This is an excellent way to make sure the last meal of the day is a protein-rich source high in unsaturated fats that ensure excellent immune functioning of our body.
Veggies of your choice
Your preferred seasonings.
Here is a great way to eat dessert and fulfill that craving without feeling guilty. These chocolate peanut butter fat bombs are just what you need. Full of unsaturated fats and very easy to make. All you would need to do is switch out all of the refined processed ingredients and make use of more organic ones. Eg - white sugar - raw organic dark maple syrup, cream - bananas etc.
All you would need is peanut butter, dark chocolate, coconut flour, coconut oil, vanilla extract and maple syrup as the sugar substitute.
Whether you are trying to live a healthier lifestyle or trying to ingest foods with higher nutrition content, a great way would be to follow some blogs to get started on this wonderful journey of embracing our bodies and minds.