Ever since my medication started getting raised, my diet has been progressively getting worse and worse. Here is what I eat on a regular basis:
Breakfast: This part of my diet is not so bad. I mix 1/3 cup oatmeal with ground flaxseed, ground saigon cinnamon, 2/3 cup water, then microwave the constituents. After microwaving for 110 seconds, I add some coconut oil to it and stir the ingredients, and let it sit for about 15-20 minutes until it is cool enough to eat.
Lunch: This is where my diet gets horrible. I eat a large spoonful of processed peanut butter (Skippy) with chocolate flavored almond milk. However, when I consume the chocolate flavored almond milk, I add alot of Hershey's milk chocolate syrup to it.
Snack: Same thing as lunch.
Dinner: Same thing as lunch.
I am lacking all kinds of nutrients in my diet. I do drink a pretty adequate amount of water though. My goal is to reduce the medication enough so that I will go on a 100% healthy balanced staple diet of raw - organic when possible - vegetables and fruits, and drink purified water as my only beverage. I used to be on a pretty healthy diet back when my medication was at a low dose.
Here is what I used to eat:
Raw vegetables, raw fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, whole grains, and purified water as my only beverage. Also, all of the foods that I ate were nonprocessed and only contained one ingredient: the food itself. I did not eat everything raw though; I cooked the legumes and brown rice. I would also mill the flaxseed that I ate.
The reason why my goal is to make my staple diet 100% raw vegetables, fruits and purified water is because I believe that I could survive on just those substances and not get down to a dangerously low weight. The vegetables and fruits that I would eat would include avocados and potatoes. Avocados for healthy fats and potatoes for complex carbohydrates and complete protein. Between those two foods, I would be getting all of the macronutrients needed to sustain life. Moreover, in addition to those two foods, I would be eating a wide variety of raw vegetables and fruits. To name some: squash, leafy greens, peppers, citrus fruits, etc.
I have the theory down, now it's just time to practice...