You can use any food plan as long as it doesn’t contain addictive processed foods. The Excluded Foods List is here.
Once the processed foods are out, many food plans work great. These include Paleo, Low-Carb, keto, and carnivore. Even Mediterranean works find once addictive foods are removed.
The plan shown here is adapted from Kay Sheppard. You can change portion sizes and eliminate categories to suit your preferences.
6oz animal protein (or 3 eggs), 6oz unprocessed starch, 6oz raw or grilled fruit, 2t coconut oil.
4oz animal protein, 6oz unprocessed starch, 7oz vegetables (at least half raw) and 2t cold pressed oil.
2oz animal protein and 6oz raw fruit.
Non-gluten grains such as non-gluten oatmeal, millet and brown rice.
Beans and lentils.
Winter squash including pumpkin, spaghetti squash, acorn squash and butternut squash.
Quinoa and buckwheat. (Buckwheat is not wheat.)
What’s a low-sugar fruit?
Peaches, plums, (any stone fruit)
Oranges, tangerines, grapefruit (any citrus)
Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries (any berries)
Cantaloupe, honeydew melon
Cold pressed oils (coconut, olive)
Spices (avoid blends that contain salt, sugar, dextrose)
6.5lbs Low-sugar fruit
9.5lbs Starches. You can reduce the number of starches purchased if you're buying rice and beans.
9lbs Proteins. If buying 1 dozen eggs, you can reduce the proteins by 2 lbs.
Plant-based adaptation to the plan:
Plant-based proteins are:
The amounts for plant proteins are. 9oz. at breakfast, 6oz at lunch and dinner, and 3oz. at snack time.
Nothing here can be taken as medical advice. Consult your health professional before making changes in your diet.