A caramelly source of nutrition
1/2 tablespoon hulled tahini, 1/2 tablespoon Liquid coconut oil or macadamia nut oil, 1-2 teaspoons Maca powder (depending on how rich you want it) & 1 teaspoon plain protein powder (optional only, but boosts overall protein content). Mix together to form a liquidy paste. Spread on anything and every thing, even adding this to a store bought fruit toast or ryvita will give you more nourishment vs having on there own.
I always recommend adding food before taking away, why? Because adding, increasing, implementing more, uping the ante is a much more positive framework to go by than eliminate, remove, reduce, abstain. E.g. if you walked away with a list of foods you can’t eat and you are very new to making food changes, chances are you are going to feel incredibly lost and feel like a failure when you weren’t able to break the old habits. Flip the coin and I give you a template of the ways to include nutritious foods alongside what you are use to, the transition is going to be a whole lot nicer and will spare any stress. .
While initial feelings of overwhelm are normal, ongoing confusion, fear and anxiety are not. .
PS FYI sauce is liberally spread across @jescoxnutritionist gluten free nut & fruit loaf. It is superb.