I am on no Gluten, no dairy no added sugars and watching other ingredients but I am so damn tired of eating salad and the same meals every night. Any of you on here following a PCOS anti inflammatory diet and wish to share with me what you eat? I've made zucchini noodles in a meat sauce, I've made curried chicken salad with avocado oil mayo and lettuce with green apples, I've made countless nights of riced cauliflower, peppers, chicken and turkey.. ugh I just need other options. Help?
Im so happy to help! This forum has been a life saver for me and ive learned so much! Having a supportive community is invaluable. Im just getting back in the swing of things after a hiatus myself so I'm at the peak of excitement about healthy eatinf again...then it inevitably plateaus but by that point the good choices are a habit again!
A good trick is to "shop the edges" of the grocery store first and mostly. It does get easier and turns into habit just like our prior ways of eating were just habits!
Oh oh oh and a vegan protein powder is a lifesaver...some coconut milk, some berries, and some vegan protein powder and bam, you got yourself a tasty sweet treat.
Chicken sausage with peppers onions and sweet potatoes baked is another good easy sheet pan dinner. Lol can you tell im hungry?
Quinoa stuffed peppers are good! Low carb Philly cheese steak stuffed peppers are yummy too...you could use dairy free cheese as a substitute?
Eggroll in a bowl is basically just coleslaw mix and ground turkey sauteed with soy sauce. I use unsweetened applesauce instead of sugar in the recipe.
I like the little seasoned tuna packets for a snack or to top a simple salad.
Skinnytaste.com has a lot of easy, healthy recipes that I can usually tweak a little to meet my needs.
Taco salad is always a fun salad when im sick of salads...i just use salsa as the dressing and add some corn chips like croutons....
Birdseye frozen steamer bags have a lot of awesome options!
Freshly.com is a subscription meal delivery service that offers low carb, gluten free meals. Theyre kinda pricey but I get an order and stash em in the freezer for when I csnt bring myself to cook. They usually have good promos for your first few deliveries!
Start cooking with anti-inflammatory herbs and spices: cinnamon, cloves, cayenne, pepper, wasabi (REAL wasabi - not the horseradish fake!), ginger, etc. Simple snack idea for you to try one day: Non GMO canned/packaged salmon or tuna on brown rice crackers with dollops of real wasabi and chopped fresh or canned ginger. Do more of your own research on anti-inflammatory eating and get creative! 🍽️🥑🥦🍄