- Vegetables, mostly those that have low starch or rank low on the glycemic index, such as broccoli, carrots, peas, and tomatoes.
- Nuts like almonds, pistachios, and walnuts.
- Seeds such as chia, flax, and pumpkin.
- Grass-fed meats like beef, chicken, and pork.
Is oatmeal on the pegan diet?
Foods to avoid on the pegan diet
But a pegan diet severely limits or skips certain foods, including: Bread and most grains like barley, oats and wheat (except black rice or quinoa).
What do you eat for breakfast on a pegan diet?
A Pegan breakfast includes some protein such as eggs, fish, or some leftover chicken from dinner, healthy fats such as avocados, seeds, or nut butter. Then, add some fiber from berries or other antioxidant rich fruit, and finally a low-glycemic carbohydrate from vegetables!
Does pegan diet include eggs?
Grass-Fed and Sustainably Sourced Animal Proteins
The key difference between pegan and veganism is that the pegan diet encourages the consumption of small portions of sustainably sourced protein, including eggs, chicken, lamb and wild salmon.