Paleo Zone Breakfast

Breakfast Frittata
3 or 4 block Zone / paleo
1 whole egg plus 4 egg whites (4 block use 2 whole eggs + 4 egg whites)Alternatively – use 2 – 4 whole eggs (whole eggs are fine!)

1/3 cup kumara cooked (4 block 2/3 cup kumara)
1 1/2 cups mixed vegetables, either cooked or frozen, non starch
Season to taste with herbs, spices, ground pepper etc, avoid salt

Heat 1 tsp olive oil and gently cook vegetables until hot, add kumara and heat through.
Mix eggs and add to pan – cook through gently and grill top to finish.

Eggs and Bacon Breakfast (3 or 4 block) Zone /Paleo
1 whole egg (4 block – 2 whole eggs) plus 2 egg whites Alternatively – use 2 – 4 whole eggs           (scramble eggs)
1 oz (30 grams) lean bacon
2 tomatoes cut through the middle and grilled
4 block – use 1/3 cup kumara (left-over and mash), make into patty and saute in a little oil
1 apple or 1 orange or 1 pear (or any fruit – cup sized portion)

1 ½  cups mixed fresh fruit  (4 blocks 2 cups)– berries, pineapple, apple, kiwi, orange, frozen berries etc
3 or 4 blocks whey or egg white protein powder (21 or 28 grams)
2 (4 block 3 tsp) teaspoon olive oil, almond oil or flax oil
a little water or coconut milk and water to mix
Blend together in blender, add ice and spirulina if desired.

Grilled Fish, tomatoes
4 ½ oz  (130g) fresh fish fillet, grilled or pan fried with a little olive oil (4 block use 6oz or 170g)
2 tomatoes, cut in half and grilled or seared in the pan
Sauted mushrooms, with garlic and butter
1 kiwifruit or 1/2 cup berries (4 block 1 cup portion fruit)

Salmon scrambled eggs or omelette
1 egg and 2 egg whites (4 block  2 egg and 2 egg whites)
1 oz (30 grams) canned salmon
make omelette or scramble eggs as desired, add herbs to taste like fresh dill and parsley, fold in salmon
2 tomatoes
1/3 cup kumara mash (use left over) make into patty and saute (4 block use 2/3 cup)
(or other veggies sauteed)
1/2  apple or orange, or 1/2 cup portion fruit

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    • All food can be happily digested together, I don’t think food combining theoy makes sense. We trigger the release of enzymes in our gut appropriate for the food we need to digest.

    • Once the gut settles down on a paleo diet, and digestion improves, one’s body starts producing more hydrochloric acid. And digestion gets better. It is then not necessary to practice proper food combining as do many vegetarians, vegans and raw foodies. Food combining may be helpful for those with impaired digestion. I found that once I made the switch from primarily raw vegan/vegetarian to paleo, my digestion improved by adding Betaine HCL with pepsin capsules. Within a few weeks, my body started producing enough HCL and I needed to reduce the amount of capsules taken per meal. Sometimes I even forget I need the capsules. I have much less bloating, gas, and other digestive upsets.

      Also, the enzymes present in raw food are different from those enzymes utilized by the body for digestion. It is good to include some amount of raw food into one’s diet, but our bodies do not utilize or produce plant enzymes for digestion. I notice that the enzyme capsules from an animal sources work so much better for me than the plant-sourced enzymes.