MRT Diet In Action – Milk, Soy, Dairy, and Corn Free

We have seen some results from the MRT test before, but this one client takes the preferable gluten free, soy free, dairy free and corn free cake.

Their MRT food sensitivity results came back having issues with Milk, Soy, Gluten, and Dairy. Their initial reaction was, there is no way I can eliminate these foods from my diet. We reminded them it is only for three to six months but to think of it as not removing but replacing your favorite meals.

Most people eat around 30 different items anyway. We all love a hamburger and fries, pizza, ice cream or even a beer. We need to focus on what we can eat versus what we can’t and fill in the rest. Plus, you don’t know if you hate something until you try it.

All meals need to have a protein, a carb, a fat and a fiber. That is the goal to strive for eventually. For now, we throw that out the window and focus on compliance. Let’s look at the four main issue we will face in planning their meals.

Proteins they can have;
Chicken, Fish, Pork, Eggs, Beans

Gluten-Free is easy nowadays. Pretty much any gluten items can be replaced with a Gluten Free option. Check if it has corn in it. Always the safe bet is to do some rice-based Gluten Free item.

Dairy is also easily replaced with Almond milk, Rice Milk or Coconut milk

Soy is something you will need to check the labels as it is more of an additive rather than the main focus.

All of these are in your basic process foods so you will need to be diligent and read labels for the first month you are on this diet to get used to finding the things you can use.

So what would a weekly meal plan look like for a client with all these issues? As you can see, it is not that bad.

Each day we will break things down for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and two snacks. We like to follow the formula of five meals a day. When planning meals, always start with your protein first.

Monday
B: Scrambled Eggs with Sausage and Spinach (use earth balance soy free butter or coconut butter for the skillet)

S: Utz Potato Chips

L: Chicken Salad With Hard Boiled Egg

D: Chicken and Brown Rice with Veggies

S: Almond Milk ice cream

Tuesday
B: Rice Chez cereal with Vanilla Almond Milk

S: Gluten Free cookies

L: Hardboiled Eggs, Utz Potato Chips, and Hummus

D: Fish and Brown Rice with veggies

S: Coconut Milk Ice Cream

Wednesday
B: Scrambled Eggs with bacon and spinach (use earth balance soy free butter or coconut butter for the skillet)

S: Sea Salt Grain Free Tortilla Chips(Siete) with Guacamole(Wholly Guacamole) or hummus

L: Canned Chicken on Toasted Gluten Free bread

D: Pulled pork with BBQ(Just check your BBQ sauce label)

S: Gluten Free, Dairy Free Chocolate bar (Enjoy Life Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Ricemilk Chocolate)

Thursday
B: Rice Crispies cereal with Vanilla Almond Milk

S: Rice Cakes

L: Bacon on Toasted Gluten Free bread with Utz Chips

D: Baked potato, bacon bits and butter with veggies(use earth balance soy free butter)

S: Gluten Free cookies

Friday
B: Scrambled Eggs with Sausage and spinach (use earth balance soy free butter or coconut butter for the skillet)

S: Utz Potato Chips

L: Chicken on Toasted Gluten Free bread with Utz Chips

D: Rotisserie Chicken and potato with veggies

S: Rice Milk Ice Cream

Other Breakfast options: Gluten Free pancakes or waffles.
Other Lunch options: Dinner leftovers
Other Snack options: Rice Chips
Other Dinner options: Gluten Free Pasta, Pork tenderloin

We would love to hear from you. Leave your other food suggestions in the comments. We can add them to our list.

About the author

Mark

Chief editor at Unique To You Nutrition, certified nutrition coach and personal trainer with SOLDIERFIT. Father to 6 kids and just as busy as you are.

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