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Daily Eat to Live Meal Plan Day 48 Whole Food Plant Based Diet Recipes What the Health Cowspiracy The Big Fat TruthImagine how easy it would be to eat healthy if you didn’t have to think about what to make?  It takes planning to be successful at Dr. Fuhrman’s nutritarian lifestyle.

So, you can’t hire a personal chef, but I’ve got the next best thing (and it’s free)!

I’m on a mission to fill up this blog with at least 2 months of daily Eat to Live menu plans.

Yup, that’s breakfast, lunch and dinner (and dessert) covered, so you don’t need to think about anything but eating to live!  And I’ve just added a printable shopping list!

Download it here: Eat to Live Day 48 Shopping List

Prefer starting things from the beginning?  You can head over to Day 1 and work your way back!

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  • 1 cup organic quick cooking oats, cooked with water, topped with 2 tbsp. raw sliced almonds, 1/2 tbsp. raw chia seeds, and 1/2 cup fresh berries
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk


  • large mixed baby greens salad topped with sliced heirloom tomatoes, sliced cucumbers, 1/4 Hass avocado, 1 tbsp. raw walnuts, 2 tbsp. kalamata olives (optional), 2 tbsp. pepperoncini peppers (optional) and dressed with balsamic vinegar
  • 10 to 12 Mary’s Gone Crackers organic rice crackers with 3 tbsp. no-oil nutritarian hummus
  • 1 medium peach (or other fresh fruit)


  • large butter lettuce salad with sliced radish, chopped sugar snap peas, orange bell pepper, mandarin oranges, green onions, 1/4 Hass avocado, 1/2 mandarin orange, 1 tbsp. dry roasted pistachios, dressed with rice vinegar.
  • 1 cup Indian-Spiced Red Lentil Stew topped with 1/2 cup white quinoa and 1 Trader Joe’s Cowboy Burger (or you can sub your favorite veggie burger)


This day does not conform to Dr. Fuhrman’s Aggressive Weight Loss Plan.  This menu has processed foods (crackers and veggie burger), more than the 1 cup recommended serving of whole grains, as well as high-sodium condiments (olives and brined peppers).

I would recommend this menu as a great transitioning menu!  If you’re interested in starting this high-nutrient lifestyle but still need some extra comfort while you make the change over!

Let me know if you have any specific questions by leaving a comment below!

Wishing you an amazing transition into your nutritarian lifestyle!

Let’s Live better together!

xo, Kristen

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  • Debbie says:

    So colourful (as usual:). Can’t wait to try the stew.

    • Kristen says:

      Thank you, Debbie!! I hope you like it–it’s one of my go-tos!!

  • Larna A Brown says:

    I can’t stand the taste of nutritional yeast. Any idea about substitutions?

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Larna!

      Oh wow, that’s a toughy! Nutritional yeast usually provides a savory, umami taste. I would say use a few drops of Braggs Liquid Aminos in place of nooch!

      Great question!

      xo, Kristen

  • Tiffany Kramer says:

    What brand of balsamic vinegar do you like?

  • Jana says:

    How much chili (veggies, beans and spices) or soup or stew can I eat? Its hard to gauge the amount of beans I’m eating in a pot of something.

    • Kristen Hong says:

      Hi Jana, I’d just take it case by case and see how much beans are in a given recipe then divide out the portion sizes and that will give you the best approximation! Also, beans are unlimited on the plan so you don’t have to worry so much about overdoing them if you’re getting in your 2 pounds of raw & cooked veggies daily!

  • Kevin Smith says:

    Again Great website. I am trying to understand the reason not to eat the olives. I love olives and in a way am trying to understand why not to eat them more? Is it purely the high sodium content? Is there a way to eat olives that are not in brine? I don’t there is as they are not nice fresh. But what is actually happening the salt in Brine? Is it still salt? Or does the processing not somehow remove the salt? Appreciate any info you have on this. Because I like the idea of the nutritarian way but there so much more I would like to understand. thanks. 2