I'm not a Vegan first and foremost. However, I do find that vegan friendly ingredients create a healthy travel menu. After spending months in SE Asia due to the pandemic, I finally created a daily menu or "routine". Having some form of a routine can create a sense of familiarity during times of uncertainty...or lack of seasons.
Here are some of the items that I like to bring into my daily nom noms. A lot is based of the
Anti-Aging Soup Kitchen post. I do my best to walk my own talk.
I truly believe that responsibility to ourselves and health are the only obligations that we have in life. Any other "obligations" are pure choice. We all know that those can be switched up as well. Keeping my life and menus simple creates the most sanity for the most part.
Japanese 7-11 and grocery stores do that as well when it comes to frozen and cooked meat dishes. ;)
I just fell in love with them.
Now onto the typical Grocery Noms...
This is best for those who don't have an active lifestyle right now by the way!
It's enough high protein sources to keep your energy levels up and body in shape.
Minestrone Soup - This is one of my favorite Italian protein soups. It has vegetables and pasta for an easy complete meal.
Tortillas - There are many varieties of healthy pre-packaged tortillas to choose from. I prefer the ones with high protein and high fiber content. You can crisp them up in the microwave for 2 mins for homemade tortilla chips. This is great for soups, dips, etc.
Beans (Kidney, Pinto, etc) - High antioxidants, fiber, and protein. You can easily add them to tacos, burritos, soups, etc.
Dry Instant Pasta Mixes - No offense to Kraft, but there are some great quality protein pasta mixes in the World. You just add water and heat them up. You can add more protein after that.
Ramen - Ramen is just fun to eat as a protein "junk" food.
Light Tuna in Water - Eating tuna atleast 2x a week is safe. You can add the protein to pasta mixes, tortilla wraps, etc.
Green Apples - Apples always make a great snack and/or dessert. Green apples get the highest health award.
Greek Yogurt - It's a great breakfast item and/or late night snack. You can use it as a sour cream substitute and/or put it into spicy ramen.
The protein and probiotics are a bonus. Simply check which probiotic strains work best to avoid histamine releasing strains. You can do the research on your own. Just check the labels after that
Potatoes - Potatoes make for a great meal and/or side dish. Add some herbs, greek yogurt, etc.
Collagen Powder - 30 grams at most is great for anti-aging. If it contains added benefits like CoQ10 (energy & anti-aging), Vit C (immune system & anti-aging), etc, it's a win!
Only 200 mg of Vitamin C is absorbed into the body at one time. Split up any collagen mixes throughout the day with that in mind.
Mixed Berry Powder - Antioxidants for health and beauty. Just add to water, greek yogurt, etc.
Kale Powder - Get your Iron, Vit K, antioxidants, etc with Kale powder.
Camu Camu Powder - 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon is really all you need a day. The high Vit C content is great for your immune system!
Olive Oil - You can increase your DAO levels (antihistamine levels) with just a tablespoon of olive oil in the morning.
Take it with Vitamin C if you'd like. I mix it with Camu Camu powder or Collagen Powder.
Vitamin & Mineral Supplements - Common supplements are multivitamins, Vit D, Magnesium, Calcium, Omega 3s, Anti-Aging supplements, etc, etc. You can determine what you personally need and when to take them.
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