Week 3, Part B: 52 Weeks to the All Natural Lifestyle

Menu Plan for Yeast/Sugar Detox

Beginning Date: January 31

End Date: February 28

Candida/Sugar Detox Breakfasts:

12 oz of water with grapefruit seed extract

As much green smoothie as desired (includes yogurt, kefir, spinach, blueberries, bananas, flax seed, and protein powder mix)

Grain cereal, soaked overnight, such as oats or barley and sweetened with soaked/pureed prunes (sounds gross and I usually hate prunes, but pureed up after soaking, they make a great natural sweetener!)

Quinoa Corn Muffins

Candida/Sugar Detox Lunches:

Vegetables with (homemade) guacomole

Vegetables with (homemade) hummus

Salads with tuna, vegetables, chick peas, sunflower seeds, cashews, and almond slivers

Any dinner leftovers

More smoothie

Candida/Sugar Detox Snacks:

Vegetables with  hummus or guacomole



Homemade Coconut Yogurt (new experiment! :) )

70% Cocoa Organic Dark chocolate (no more than 2 squares a day)

Candida/Sugar Detox Suppers

Week 1

Sunday: Taco night (cut out cheese and sour cream)

Monday: Falafel (with sprouted Chickpeas) and Tahini Greek yogurt sauce

Steamed Spinach

Tuesday: Spicy Black Bean Soup with Rice and Corn

Wednesday: Leftovers

Thursday: Venison Roast with Vegetables

Friday: Salmon Patties and Asparagus

Saturday: Leftovers

Week 2

Sunday: Taco Night

Monday: Lemony Spinach Stuffed (Organic) Chicken

Tuesday: Creamy White Vegetarian Chili

Wednesday: Leftovers

Thursday: Black Bean Burgers with homemade red cashew sauce (no recipe. Have to invent this one. I think I can do it. :)

Friday: Sante Fe Brown Rice Bake

Green Beans

Saturday: Leftovers

Week 3

Sunday: Taco Night

Monday: Crockpot Turkey Chili

Tuesday: Cashew Vegetable Stir Fry using Wanchai Ferry Kit with Asparagus, celery, water chestnuts, carrots, and snow peas

Wednesday: Leftovers

Thursday: vegetarian Stuffed Peppers (another recipe I have to invent)

Friday: Venison spedies with fried onions/peppers and rice

peas with pearl onions

Saturday: Leftovers

Week 4

Sunday: Taco Night

Monday: Fish with Lemony Cream Cheese Rice


Tuesday: Southwestern Turkey Soup (with Rice added to round it out)

Wednesday: Leftovers

Thursday: Venison Chili with Quinoa Corn Muffins

Friday: Kung Pao Vegetable Stir Fry


Saturday: Leftovers

For more in this series:

Week 1, Part A
Week 1, Part B
Week 2, Part A
Week 2, Part B
Week 3, Part A

Melissa j

I'm my husband's Bride and my (miracle) Daughter's Mama. I'm a Board Certified Counselor who traded in being the Director of own private counseling practice for CEO and Director as a stay at home mom and wife. In the last year I've also added daycare into the mix, while still using my degree and credentials off the record via mentoring young women and moms.

Coming from a past, that is painful because of other's actions and my reactions to those, I long to share with others, the hope and healing I ultimately found after over a decade of self injury, eating disorders, and unhealthy life choices.

I also long to share my heart when it comes to dealing with infertility and loss as that has played a significant role in my life journey.

Writing is a passion of mine and I am blessed to be able to fulfill that passion via blogging and freelance writing. I also have some manuscripts hidden away on my hard drive, that I work on in my spare time.

In the summer of 2009 I began Mama Buzz and in December of 2009, I was accepted as advisory panelist to sheblogs.org.

I'm constantly pursuing ways to live the all-natural, self-sustaining life. In the future, my husand and I dream of building our own green, self-sufficient home someday, and taking in kids that are abused, neglected, and terminally ill. We want to use art, music, nature, gardening,and animals to help the healing process for these earthly angels. Until that day, we soak up being parents to our daughter, loving everyone God brings our way, and living each moment to the best of our ability!
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