New paleo, curious what your meal plan at a glance looks like...?

Answered on January 26, 2014
Created January 19, 2014 at 2:25 AM

I've been having...

2 wholes eggs and uncured bacon with fruit

Apple with almond butter

Red meat or turkey with veggie cooked in coconut oil

Muffins made from egg egg whites coconut and almond flour (makes 6) some times too with shredded coconut and almond butter

Chicken with veggie cooked in coconut oil

Nogii paleo bar with some nuts or led over muffins

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on January 23, 2014
at 10:01 PM

I still can't imagine why you'd want a protein shake when you could just have another piece of meat instead?

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on January 26, 2014
at 05:45 PM



2 Egg scramble with onion, peppers, brocolli, cilantro

Coffee with Coconut oil


Salad with oil & vinager

Leftover soup or chicken from nights before


Brussel Sprouts

Chicken soup, chili or similar soup

More salad


Raw sprouted Almond butter on apples


Raw pistachios

Paleo banana bread if it's around :)

Homemade Almond milk

Raw celery, carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, avocados


Roasted Brussel Sprouts

This is typical for me, I tend to cook a lot in advance so that some of the things in meals are also snacks. I really try to limit the nuts, example. When I reach for almond butter, it's only 1-2 teaspoons max.



on January 26, 2014
at 05:32 PM

Breakfast: nothing/coffee/egg+veg/meat+veg/carrot+almond butter


Lunch: big salad w/ avocado+meat/egg+veg

Snack: veg+avocado/coffee/ bacon

Dinner: meat+veg/eggs+veg

Fruit/potatoes now and then.



on January 24, 2014
at 01:05 AM

this week, i've been having lots of chicken bone broth in the morning. lunch is tuna salad and afternoon is kefir smoothie with a tbsp of potato starch.. i always add some fruit to this like a banana or a few oranges. blood oranges, navel oranges, and grapefruit are so good right now. dinner has been paleomg's pizza spaghetti squash casserole every night with tomato sauce. this is so delicious and feeds an army. after that, i have a can of sardines or a can of crab with butter. i always end the night with a box of coconut water or chai tea latte.


on January 23, 2014
at 10:56 PM

Breakfast: Fat some protein

Lunch-Greens, Protein, Fat

Dinner-All of the above plus carbs from root vegetables

Honey before bed; Himalayan Salt w Water upon waking


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on January 23, 2014
at 10:24 PM

Varies a lot day to day (I think that's best) but here are some staples...

Breakfast time:

-eggs - 30% of whites and 100% of yolks

-Leftover sweet potato with 2-4 Tbsp of grass fed butter, salt and pepper to taste

-dark chocolate and macadamia nuts

-krauts, yogurts, or kifers with eggs

-tea and/or coffee

Lunch time:

-Ground beef patty with garlic and onions

-Hearty salad with eggs, nuts, cheese, and avocado, and a homemade dressing consisting mostly of EVOO, a bit of vinegar, and seasonings.

-Canned sardines or tuna or salmon with rice and nori sheets

-Sweet potato (prepared as above)

-mashed potatoes (russet potato with a bunch of butter, heavy cream, and seasonings)

-thick, meaty soups or broths

-boiled eggs (mostly yolk) with some saurkraut

Dinner time:

-often just snacking on leftovers or having a bit of Haagindas

-Sometimes a big meaty dinner with salad (home made dressing always)

-sometimes just potatoes

-often thick, meaty soups or broths

-kombucha, kifer, or krauts...

-tea sometimes

-sometimes nothing at all if I'm not feeling it; might just have a small snack when I get home and not eat dinner.

Of course I don't eat each of those things at each meal, just some selection... and lots of variation not listed for good measure.


on January 23, 2014
at 07:16 PM

Breakfast: coffee with heavy cream, homemade raw milk Kefir with fruit

Lunch: leafy greens cooked with onion, garlic in butter

Snack: 2 hardboiled eggs, Larabar maybe 1x week

Dinner: meat, usually from the slow cooker basting in its own fat. Chicken, turkey, pork ribs, paleo meatballs. Side of veggies.m

Dessert: almond milk over fruit or plain frozen fruit


on January 23, 2014
at 07:11 PM

breakfast: bulletproof coffe

lunch: bacon and eggs or grass fed beef/wild salmon/sardines with veggie (spinach, kale, chard, brussel sprout, cauliflower, asparagus, broccoli) cooked with lots of coconut oil or butter

dinner: same as lunch (not same exact meal but something from those options)

rice or potatoes a couple nights per week. Couple squares dark chocolate here and there.


on January 23, 2014
at 06:12 PM

Here is my current meal plan:

Breakfast- 4 oz burger patty (85-15 lean), handfull of almonds, and coffee with 1 tbsp coconut oil

Snack: Protein shake with 1tbsp coconut oil

Lunch: Green salad with grilled chicken

Pre-workout (2.5 hours before lifting): 3 eggs scrambled with kale, spinach, bacon, onions with a side of potatoes fried in olive oil or baked

Post workout (on way home from gym): Protein Shake with 5g creatine and 5 g glutamine and 2 tangerines

Dinner (1 hour after workout): Pale feast with 4 oz burger patty, kale and spinach sauteed in bacon grease, 3 eggs over easy, 1 avocado.

This plan seems to keep me satisfied and helps me recover from intense exercise. If you aren't trying to gain muscle you can cut the protein shakes to keep this a strict paleo diet.

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on January 23, 2014
at 10:01 PM

I still can't imagine why you'd want a protein shake when you could just have another piece of meat instead?

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on January 19, 2014
at 04:38 AM

Eggs, sardines, bacon, salmon, pork loin, chicken thighs, steaks, roasts, hamburger, sweet potato, white potato, salad every day, broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, chard, mustard greens, carrots, zucchini, etc. A mix of those things covers most of my eating. Toss in the occasional Paleo Apple pie, nuts, raw chocolate, dark chocolate bar pieces, apples, banana, marionberry, blueberry, sour cream.

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