The body ecology diet can help you improve your health and strengthen your immunity. It’s an excellent way of losing weight without counting calories. The main formula for success involves choosing the right foods and then following one simple rule. Divide any plate into thirds. One third can be a lean meat and/or a grain approved by the diet. The approved grains are quinoa, buckwheat, or amaranth. Organic and unrefined brown rice can work as well. The other two thirds of your plate must be made up of land or sea vegetables. Here are some easy dinner ideas that can work for any stage of the body ecology diet.
1. Stir Fry Chicken and Broccoli
Using a small amount of ghee and water is the purest way to cook on the body ecology diet. With just a teaspoon of ghee and some water with onions and garlic, you’ll have a good basis for making a tasty stir fry. Use a pan or wok and start with the above ingredients. Cut your chicken breast into cubes and chop up some broccoli. Some grocery stores will actually sell broccoli that’s already been separated from the stalks for extremely easy preparation. Garnish with some slivered raw and sprouted almonds.
2. Sesame Quinoa and Kale
Quinoa lasts a long time in the refrigerator and can be reheated. Dino kale is very easy to chop because the pieces shrink a huge amount when you cook them and you can just cut the whole bunch at once into thirds. Stir fry some onion and garlic in about a half inch of water in a pan. Add the kale and some raw and sprouted sesame seeds with some sea salt. Add to the quinoa in the proper proportions. You can make a creamy sauce with some raw tahini and some raw miso and lemon juice if you have the time. Or you can buy a dressing that has only a few ingredients and uses apple cider vinegar and unrefined oil.
3. Squash Soup
Yellow squash doesn’t take long to prepare. Just one chop cuts it in half and that’s good enough for this soup. Put four yellow squash into a pot with a teaspoon of ghee. Add purple onions, garlic, and fresh rosemary. For creaminess, add one red potato and and a cup of cauliflower. Cover all of the contents with water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes with the pot covered. Blend in a food processor and garnish with raw and sprouted almonds and some shredded carrots.
4. The World’s Easiest Salad
Many grocery stores now sell lettuce that’s already washed and prepared in a bag. All you have to do is throw it on a plate, add some baby carrots that are also already peeled and small enough to not have to chop. Add cucumber and a handful of raw and already sprouted almonds.
These dinners are even easier to prepare if you’ve already sprouted your raw almonds and have some vegetables chopped in advance. But even with out these preparations, you can spend less than 15 minutes on prep time and have a nutritious meal.