Nutrition and Lifestyle Plan A

Please note that this sheet is specifically designed for coaching clients of Florence Neville and so must not be passed on for use by others.

Nutrition

  • Strictly no gluten, sugar, the nightshade family (tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, aubergines), peanuts, nuts, soy or egg whites.
  • High fat, moderate protein, moderate carbohydrate
  • Plenty of water.
  • At least half a teaspoon of sea salt or Himalyan pink salt daily – mostly in the morning. This can easily be dissolved in warm water and drunk.
  • Plenty of local and seasonal vegetables served with liberal amounts of butter, olive or avocado oil.
  • Only local and seasonal fruit to be consumed.
  • Any dairy and meat should be organic and full fat.
  • Cooking fats should be lard, dripping or ghee from pastured animals or coconut oil. These should be used in high quantities.

Breakfasts

High fat, some protein, low carbohydrate

Lunch

High fat, some protein, low carbohydrate

  • SuperSoup
  • Big Pan of Greens
  • Deli Platter (a selection of cold meats, hummus, olives, avocado, vegetable crudites etc.)
  • Salad with cooked meats, tinned fish and/or toasted seeds and plenty of oil-based dressing

Also refer to my Seasonal Vegetable Recipes

Evening Meal

Moderate fat, moderate protein, moderate carbohydrates 

  • Chinese Spiced Slaw with a small serving of rice
  • Roast dinner with plenty of vegetables
  • Meat and vegetable curry with a small serving of rice
  • Lasagne made with gluten free pasta or grilled slices of courgettes (replace tomato sauce with bone broth and a little mashed sweet potato or squash)
  • Shepherds Pie or Cottage Pie served with plenty of vegetables (replace mashed potato with other root veg or with cooked and mashed cauliflower)
  • Steak or fish with salad and Sweet Potato Fries

Also refer to my Seasonal Vegetable Recipes

Snacks

Ideally you will phase out snacks during this plan but you may wish to keep these items in stock for emergencies.

  • While these shouldn’t be consumed regularly Grenade Carb Killa high protein bars can be useful to keep in a bag, at work or in your car for emergencies. Some supermarkets now stock these
  • Gluten-free protein bars

Supplements

  • Great Lakes Collagen Hydrolysate: between two and four tablespoons to be taken every day either dissolved in liquids or combined with food.
  • Green Pastures Cod liver oil: one or two capsules to be taken each day.
  • Nutrigold Antarctic Krill oil: one or two capsules to be taken each day
  • Natural Stacks MagTech Magnesium: one tablet to be taken with breakfast and one tablet to be taken with evening meal.
  • Solaray Timed Release Vitamin C: two capsules to be taken with breakfast and two capsules to be taken with evening meal
  • Terranova Vitamin B Complex with Vitamin C: one capsule to be taken with breakfast
  • Love Life Activated Charcoal: one or two capsules to be taken each day away from food or other supplements.

Lifestyle

Look at toxin free alternatives to all household cleaning products, self care products, oral care and menstrual products.

When necessary refer to an introduction to chronic autoimmunity.

When necessary refer to an introduction to mould sensitivity.

Useful Links

Stockists

Epsom Salt baths

Exercise Resources

Toxin Free Household Cleaners

Useful Recipe Books

  • Nora Gedgaudas: Primal Fat Burner
  • Dave Asprey: Bulletproof, The Cookbook
  • Hemsley Hemsley: The Art of Eating Well