Functional Meal Plans Week 1

See what it's like to follow a menu that has been balanced according to the function of foods, and what they serve in the body. 

This meal plan, like all of our meal plans, are balanced according to the Functions of food, so you know you are eating in balance.  The right amount of Congestors, Eliminators, and Builders to Lubricators has alreay been figured for you to make your meal planned week extra easy. 

This meal plan also follows AIP (autoimmune paleo) so can be used by anyone, especially those that are following an elimination diet, a paleo diet, an anti-iflammatory diet, a weight loss diet, or those that just want to eat better.  It includes Breakfast, Lunch, Suppers, and Snacks. 

This week features:

Turkey Burgers with Beet Peach BBQ Sauce,

No Grain Taco Salad,

and Marjoram Salmon


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Amanda Plevell, PhD, CNHP is a Natural Medicine Practitioner, researching Cellular Biochemistry, and the effects that food, disease, experiences, emotions, and beliefs play into the programming of the cells, along with the resulting health expression. She is the founder of the Natural Source Companies including community WellClinics, Health Rocks Cafe online education hangout and, as a Personal and Business Transformation Expert, The Success Conditioning Academy. Author of over 28 natural health and self development books, her bestselling books include such titles as "The Genesis Code", "UnBound: Kicking Anxiety From Your Bucket List", "The Energy of Divorce", "The Real Heal", "Clean Your Plate", and "Beyond the Plate". When she's not serving at her Minnesota-based practice, she spends her time homeschooling her children along with her husband, growing her food forest.

*  For educational purposes only.  Not a medical clinic, not a Registered Dietician or licensed nutritionist.  You should consult with your practitioner and/or nutritiionist whenever you are undertaking a new dietary change to make sure it is right for you.