These meal plans include some familiar foods, as well as, some unusual foods. It is highly important that you eat a varied diet and rotate the foods you do eat. I tried to include selections from meat, poultry, and fish. You may want to include venison and rabbit, as they fulfill the requirements for lean sources of protein. When selecting breakfast and lunch choices, it is important that you rotate the grains you eat. Many digestive patients seem to do well on cooked grain breakfasts; however, whenever possible you should not eat the same grain at every meal. We always want to keep rotation in mind. Therefore, if you eat one grain on one day, the following day or meal, you would consume a different grain. If you don’t like a food mentioned in this program or your body does not tolerate it, there is no need to incorporate it. The criteria for all meals should be that they are low in fat, moderate in lean protein, with plenty of digestible vegetables and alternate grains that do not contain gluten.
Note: Images seen in recipes are not exact representations of actual meal.