SCD, GAPS and Paleo Meal Plans

Did you ever just wish someone would create a weekly meal plan for you and a grocery list to go along with it?  Maybe the cost of a personal chef is beyond what you can afford, but having someone plan your meals takes a big chunk of the work out for you.  Well, your prayers have been answered.  Check out the sites below for great SCD, GAPS and Paleo Meals plans!

Grain Free Meal Plans, a menu service, includes:

  • Menu plans for 3 meals a day, 7 days a week, plus snacks and sweets
  • Kid-tested recipes
  • Complete shopping lists
  • Members only forum to discuss going and being Grain Free.

Meals are based on the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet and Specific Carbohydrate Diet diets.

The recipes serve a family of four, but can easily be halved or doubled as needed.
More Information About Grain Free Meal Plans

If you’re going to take control of your symptoms with The Specific Carbohydrate Diet, you need to know what to eat…

Especially if you’re one of those “tough cases” dealing with high inflammation, leaky gut, and multiple food allergies.

SCD Lifestyle Meal Plans

From our friends Jordan and Steve at SCD Lifestyle…

For the past few years, we’ve been working 1-on-1 with private clients testing a system of SCD meal plans that worked way better than we expected.

In fact, we took all the concepts in our book and laid it out meal-by-meal for them… so they didn’t have to think about it.

Since then we’ve been tweaking the plan and it’s been working extremely well.  So well that if we ever had to start SCD over again, we’d follow these exact meal plans as the blueprint, step-by-step.

Check it out…

4 thoughts on “SCD, GAPS and Paleo Meal Plans

  1. Here is my contribution to kick tinghs off.It’s a super simple breakfast that you can make in pieces ahead of time and have for 2-3 days for breakfast or a snack.You’ll need:2 grapefruits2 orangesberries of choice1 large banana1/2 avocado or almonds2-3 organic veg fed, cage free eggsAhead of time, peel and cut 2 of your favorite kinds of grapefruit, oranges (navel or tangerines work too) and toss in some berries (blue, black or rasp) and store this. This is your fruit salad base.Then morning of, cook your eggs to your liking (mine is over easy), slice your bananas and avocado/almonds and mix with your fruit salad, sprinkle with a little salt (sea salt preferably) and layer eggs over the top. If you you like a little kick in the am try some Tabasco over the eggs.Eat, enjoy.Best part is, you can make enough fruit salad to store and eat later on by up-ping the quantities of the fruit listed above and it’s very flexible in terms of what fruit you use. You can even kick it up a notch and add some bacon, turkey or ham to this and it would be awesome.

    • Thanks, Oganes, for the breakfast recipe. Sounds like something that’s easy enough for me to try! I just went to the Wiggles concert with my son, so I can’t help but think of them with this Fruit Salad recipe (yummy yummy). If you don’t know who the Wiggles are, congratulations for still being a sane human being!

  2. Paleo Quiche I use the term quiche rellay loosely as there is no dairy or crust, aka the things that make quiche so awesome. This is more of a baked egg loaf thing that involves no recipe, just throwing stuff together (I am horrible with cooking, I stick to baking).Scramble a bunch of eggs (6-12), chop up a bunch of veggies and meat (bacon, sausage, ground meat, whatever is on hand), throw it all in a bowl and mix.Pour it into some sort of greased pan (or muffin tin if you want individual servings, although I find them to be too small), and bake at 350ba for however long it takes. Maybe 25 minutes? Stick a tooth pick in to see.Something I like to do that I picked up from a friend is I put a splash of apple cider vinegar in my scrambled eggs. Gives it a little tangy kick.I make it when I know I’ll have a busy week and will be in a rush in the mornings.

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