Fast Day Meal Plan | Psylli Bacon Nachos

Is it really possible? Can there truly be such a thing as 5:2 Fast Day or ADF-friendly (alternate day fasting-friendly) Nachos? Or even better–BACON nachos? Well Fast Days Healing Days and Brian Hall, show you it’s entirely possible to enjoy FUN Food on Fast Days (FDs), with his Psylli Bacon Nachos featuring low calorie and low carb chips made from psyllium husk. Not only do you get to enjoy nachos, but with this 2 Meal + Snack Fast Day Meal Plan, you enjoy a filling and nutritious afternoon snack and a Shrimp & Feta Chopped Salad for dinner. Be sure to check out the FDHD Meal Plans for more ideas and creative inspiration for Fast Day meal planning.


Enjoy 2 Meals + Snack with this Fast Day Meal Plan from Fast Days Healing Days and Brian Hall featuring Psylli Bacon Nachos.


Daily Totals: 503 Calories; 25g Fat (44.0% calories from fat); 41g Protein; 30g Carbohydrate; 9g Dietary Fiber; 214mg Cholesterol; 21g Net Carbohydrate

Breakfast – 0
3 cups decaff coffee or tea, black, unsweetened

Lunch – 273 Calories
1 serving Psylli Bacon Nachos (273)

Snack – 34 Calories
1 cup Fast Day All Day Easy Peasy Soup (34)

Dinner – 196 Calories
Shrimp & Feta Chopped Salad with Balsamic Dressing:

Author: Susie T. Gibbs

SusieT is passionately committed to seeking studies and research detailing the most effective strategies for killing inflammation, boosting health, increasing energy and expanding longevity through nutrition. Seeking health through ancestral principles and making darn good food while traveling along life’s path to better health occupies a key place in her personal food philosophy. SusieT develops recipes and writes about cooking, food, health and nutrition news. Find her latest work in CarbSmart Magazine, a digital magazine from the leaders in low carbohydrate information. A two-year survivor from late stage, hormone-positive breast cancer, SusieT encourages everyone to meet their kitchen and begin a love affair with life and cooking good, clean, nourishing meals. The life you save could be your own. Email SusieT with questions and suggestions for new 5:2 and 4:3 ADF/EOD recipes.

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