Marzia is in her kitchen again and inviting you in to learn her lunch and dinner secrets.
Marzia Prince, your personal Heathinista lifeline, is happily filling us all in on what she eats regularly during this fun, four-part series, just in case you want to try her daily diet on for size for a while.
Today she’ll focus on her lunches and dinners. Marzia naturally gravitates toward salads for lunch. It is her go-to food. It’s simple, easy, healing, rich in vitamins and minerals, and it helps Marzia reach her goal of eating mostly raw. She typically uses an olive oil and apple cider vinegar dressing for some healthy fats without anything unnecessary. She’ll eat a salad every day.
The evening is when Marzia will delve into more cooked foods, like beans, brown rice, quinoa, and potatoes. Beans and rice is one of her favorites as a complete protein and savory way to end your meals for the day. She’ll pair this with salad or potatoes. She likes sweet potatoes, small red potatoes, larger potatoes, well, really, almost any type of potato. These root veggies sometimes get a bad name, but you can handle a little starchy food if you are smart about portions and you stay active. Marzia will also do steamed broccoli or cauliflower.
Marzia isn’t a fan of faux meats. She uses them very sparingly for good reason. They are usually very processed and full of preservatives, artificial flavors, and a ton of sodium. She will pick one up now and again, but she’s very selective. She may pair a good, junk-free patty with a salad or in a bunless burger.
She likes her cheat meals, but she makes them healthy with alternatives like spaghetti squash instead of pasta; a good, organic, high-quality sauce; and a plant-protein meatball. Don’t forget the salad. These are just a few ideas to get you headed in the right direction with your holistic health needs. Enjoy!
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