An Australian nutrition trainer and full-scale chef has revealed what a typical "dish day" looks like and the closet brackets she swears are healthy.
Lee Holmes, author of a Sydney-based cookbook, said her diet changes significantly every day and she refuses to follow any particular program or "diet".
Instead, it prefers to adhere to a few simple rules: mainly plant-based foods, minimally processed and inflammatory foods, bowel eating, careful eating, and quality over quantity.
It also follows the 80:20 method, which involves eating purely 80% of the time and enjoying a discount of 20 percent of the time.
Lee Holmes (pictured), founder of Sydney-based Supercharged Food, said her diet changes significantly day and she refuses to follow any particular program  Lee's Inner Wardrobe Holmes
Spices and fragrances
"Remember to always keep on hand suppliers of flavors, including ginger, tamari wheat, seaweed, tahini, spices, cocoa beans and coconut flakes," 19659002] and garlic, both of the Allium plants, are two of my favorite accompanying flavors that I use in cooking. They not only play an important culinary role; they also provide many health benefits. "
Nuts and grains
" Grains and seeds are among the most affordable ingredients you can add to any meal. I use brown rice, quinoa and buckwheat to create hearty and nourishing meals.
"Each grain is universal, budget-friendly and will last for months if sealed in a jar. To prepare a dish, add some brown rice to serve it to a larger group of people and make it more affordable. "
" From pasta sauces to vegetable cookies and soups to casseroles, there is no limit to what a reliable tin of tomatoes can make. They give a rich taste to the dishes and are extremely versatile. When you turn roasted stew or turn unused vegetables into pasta, canned tomatoes are your wish. "
It has an 'antihistamine' puree (pictured) every morning made with blueberries, rocket, oat milk, vegetable protein powder, Love Your Gut powder, collagen powder and water
BREAKFAST  To start the day, Lee Holmes says he wakes up at 8 in the morning and enjoys a glass of warm water with his Love Your Gut powder and squeezed lemon.
"After my morning water, I usually go to the park or go for a bar, pilates or yoga class," she wrote in her blog.
The powder contains organic fossil flour, an organic, fossil helps to clear the accumulated accumulation of waste, toxins, metals and mucous membranes in the digestive tract.
She then returns home to an "antihistamine" smoothie made with blueberries, rocket, oat milk, vegetable protein powder, Love your powder, collagen powder and water.
These ingredients are known to combat inflammation and stabilize cells in the body.
If she is set for something else, Lee will usually have berries with berries and seeds, followed by tea tea at 11 in the morning.
If she is in the mood for something else, Lee will usually enjoy the berries (in the photo) with berries and seeds followed by tea tea at 11 am
At 1:00 PM Lee will usually eat a light lunch full of nutritious foods.
'I will drink chicken and vegetable soup or with spelled bread, sourdough or biscuit seeds. It all depends on what I have in the fridge that day, "she said.
" If I feel like an option for vegetables, I'll get some asparagus, dill and spinach soup with Pepitas. "
At 1:00 PM, Lee will usually enjoy a light lunch full of nutritious food.
Around 3 pm Lee will indulge in his sweet tooth with a healthy treat such as chocolate truffles made from cocoa, pumpkin seeds, rice malt and chia seeds,
"If savory calls me, I'll have avocado and goat cheese on scattered biscuits or a bunch of veggies wedged in biscuit seeds, "she said.
Usually this is followed by dandelion tea with coconut milk.
"Dinner is usually a serving of protein with lots of vegetables and some brown or cauliflower rice," Lee said.
'Fried fried salmon and green vegetables are often present in my weekly dinner rotation, otherwise my prebiotic pan is baked with garlic chips and green salad is my idea. I only salivately think about it. "
"Breaded salmon and green vegetables are often present in my weekly dinner rotation, otherwise my prebiotic pan is baked with garlic chips and green salad is my idea. I just salivate about it, "she said.
In Lee Holmes' Refrigerator.
Milk. They are delicious cooks for any salad and make a great addition to any plate of cheese.
"Going straight, goat, sheep or coconut yogurt are a great complement to your kitchen with a refill. Use them to create a creamy but light salad dressing or just enjoy them with some Golden Gut granola fruit and sprouts on top.
"When it comes to dairy-free options, natural nut milk, oat milk, coconut milk, rice milk, or seed milk (such as hemp) is a delightful dairy-free option to add to your muesli for breakfast or mash. You can even do it yourself if you feel comfortable in the kitchen. "
Fruits and vegetables
" Although it may seem contradictory, frozen fruits and vegetables are as good as fresh ones. When there are no fresh ingredients in the fridge and you want to eat something right away (anyone hungry here?), Frozen vegetables come in to save the day.
"I always store frozen vegetables in my freezer such as edam, spinach, broccoli and green beans. I like to add green leafy vegetables to my smoothie to sneak in an extra source of nutrients.
"My final freezer must be frozen fruit."