With fibromyalgia, there are certain foods that will help symptoms. Likewise, there are foods that will aggravate symptoms. These foods make up the Fibro Diet and should be followed if you are looking to alleviate your fibromyalgia symptoms (particularly the stomach issues).
In order to make it easier to plan your daily dinners, I have created a monthly meal plan. These plans will break down the month into weeks and will include the following:
- an interactive PDF monthly calendar that can be printed
- dinner with main course and sides
- ways to make it fibro-friendly (if it’s not already)
- link to the recipe
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Planner sheet and shopping list
As you pick and choose which meals you’d like, you can create the weekly shopping lists using this FREE downloadable one-week menu planner from Andrea Dekker.
It’s not always easy to get to the store for shopping, so take advantage of your local grocery store’s pickup ordering option if available. Other ways to get what you need is by using Amazon Pantry or, my favorite, Boxed which is bulk sizes with warehouse prices. Walmart does grocery pickup, too – Click here to get $10 off your first order!
Here are some resources to help with meal planning.
- Follow me on Pinterest, particularly my slow cooker and freezer meal boards. Click here to follow me.
- How I manage to only cook 2-3 meals a week
- Back to Basics: Meal planning for beginners
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