Whenever I post about wanting to do a three day Plant Paradox cleanse, I have people wanting to join me and some asking me for details. Not everyone who follows me on Instagram is familiar with the Plant Paradox, and among those who are, there are some who have a hard time figuring out what to eat (don’t we all sometimes?). In the initial Plant Paradox Book, there is a Phase One meal plan (what Dr. Gundry calls the three day cleanse) and that has been useful for me when I’ve done the cleanse in the past. But the longer on this lifestyle, the more I want some new things to try. So I figured I’d share some of my ideas of how to do the cleanse and what to eat, so it doesn’t feel like a cleanse at all. That means we will eat delicious and good looking food (because who likes sad food and don’t we all eat first with the eyes?), that will leave us nourished and satisfied. Of course, if you are at the beginning and still on a sugar and carb loaded diet, you might experience some weakness and cravings, but that’s what happens to all of us at the beginning. Just do the best you can and think that anything is better than nothing and that you will always have the chance to do it again, whenever you want. For a better understanding of the Plant Paradox program the most important thing I ever recommend is to read The Plant Paradox book by Dr. Steven Gundry.
This lectin-free Asian noodle meal is loaded with veggies, super low carb (thanks to Miracle Noodles), it’s infused with fresh ginger, fresh turmeric and garlic and tastes absolutely amazing. Plant Paradox nutrition at its best.
This is a super easy recipe and not much to comment about. I have tens of recipes waiting to be uploaded and I decided to do this one today because in one the the Plant Paradox support groups we remind each other every week that plants are the core of our diet, and this week’s hero plant was bok choy. I love stir fries and I love eating with chop sticks, so here it is, one of my favorite ones.