Day 6

When possible, I have included recipes, pictures of the meal or no-sodium products used. To save time, I often prepared a large portion to have leftovers available for lunch or other meals.

Breakfast

-Regular old fashioned oatmeal (zero sodium content) with brown sugar and 2 teaspoons of unsalted/dairy free Fleischmann's margarine
-Fresh orange slices
-Low sugar apple juice

Lunch

-Matzos (zero sodium) crackers with natural peanut butter (see Day 1 entry for peanut butter product used)
-Apple
-Fresh green grapes
-Diet Coke

Snack
-Cinnamon Toast organic rice cakes (see photo below)
-Edy's frozen real fruit bar- strawberry flavor (see photo in Day 4) No sodium; no red dye.


Dinner


-Fresh Corn and Black Bean Salad with Basil-Lime Vinaigrette (Have made this recipe many times- just delicious! Click for Giada's recipe.  For LID, used no-salt canned black beans and chick peas- purchased from Whole Foods. If you don't have access to inexpensive mangoes, no worries- will still be terrific. Also, I sometimes use the fresh basil but, often sub. fresh cilantro instead.)

-Encore (i.e. leftover) seared chicken

-Unsalted tortilla chips (see earlier product entry)

-Encore (i.e. leftover) homemade guacamole  

-Dessert:  Frances' Brownies from the Thyroid Cancer Survivors free LID cookbook- see page 115.  Click for link.  These are very tasty- a chocolate fix!




New Products Used Today

Purchased at Whole Foods.

Purchased at Whole Foods



No salt, gluten free, 18g whole grain, sugar 3 g. Purchased at Whole Foods.

3 comments:

  1. Did you make the vinaigrette dressing in Giada's recipe? All ok for the LID diet?

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    1. Hi- use unsalted beans and chick peas and kosher salt. The olive oil and balsamic vinegar were on my husband's doctor's approved to eat list.

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  2. Checked out the rice cakes and, while they show 0% sodium, sea salt is listed as an ingredient!

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