Studies have shown that eating foods containing lean protein, fish oil, flaxseed, fiber and other items shown on the plate will cause you to lose weight and get healthier.
Since it would be difficult to carry this plate with you, we have taken all the ingredients show, (doing so with minimal processing) and made them into functional meals and other foods to enjoy!
You must eat all 6 cookie meals, or equivalent in other functional meals throughout the day, 1 cookie at a time with water, preferably every 2-3 hours. Start with your first cookie within an hour of waking up. For all of you night-owls, save 1 cookie meal for after dinner. Heat up your cookie (no more than 10 seconds in the microwave) to bring out the full flavor.
Eat at least 3, and preferably up to 5, servings of allowed vegetables in your dinner meal. Break up your servings by having a small salad first and then more vegetables with your protein or have on large salad topped with lean protein. Vegetables may be fresh, frozen or canned and eaten raw, steamed, roasted, grilled, sautéed, boiled or baked. Frozen dinners may be used as a dinner replacement, but should be limited to no more than 3 per week due to high sodium content. When selecting a frozen dinner, these nutritional guidelines should be followed:
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Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction Risk
Problems with the ANS can range from mild to life threatening. Sometimes only one part of the nervous system is affected. In other cases, the entire ANS is affected. Some conditions are temporary and can be reversed, while others are chronic and will continue to worsen over time. Diseases such as Diabetes or Parkinson’s disease can cause irregularities with the ANS. Problems with ANS regulation often involve organ failure, or the failure of the nerves to transmit a necessary signal.