We have been eating much more vegetarian like - lots of vegetable (minestrone) soup, salads, fresh fruits, veggies and mushrooms. I've been trying new foods (not all have turned out well of course) and trying to eat less meat and pasta, which is hard in a house where my girls ask for pasta for breakfast. We've cut out milk and only have almond milk (which you can cook with), and I've been sneaking ground flax into recipes whenever I can.
It is definitely a challenge since it seems like I"m going to the grocery store every stinkin' day, but that becomes necessary when you are eating mostly fresh products. I should probably stock up on frozen stuff as well, but I haven't gotten that organized yet.
The holidays are putting a slight damper on my mission, but I actually am finding myself looking forward to Thanksgiving a little more than normal because it will really be a treat! It continues to be a little more time-consuming than normal because I really need to search for new ideas for meals. I'm trying to use my easy-go-to of pasta much less, but I will continue to try. I've noticed my body seems happier this way, and so I'm sure the kids feel that as well. I've bought the companion book 'Disease proof your child' as well, but haven't gotten through it yet. I'm hoping the recipes in there will be liked by everyone in this house!
If you are familiar with this and have good recipes, I'd love to hear them! If not, it may be worth reading the book.