So, I'm an outdoor guide in California. I work with kids who have learning disabilities and am guiding them on adventures all over. I cannot eat my own foods....I repeat I cannot eat my own foods. These kids are the type that if I'm eating something different from them than they ask if they can have it, and it starts a huge mental breakdown. This is not an exaggeration. So here is what I have been able to do, when hiding in my tent before they wake, or sneaking behind a tree or whatnot.
6 tablespoons of straight coconut oil a day
3 capsules of fish oil per day
2 tuna packs a day (3 oz)
If I'm lucky every other day I can sneak in a small bag of jerky. I always have plenty of peanut butter since the kids eat it all the time, but I know it's not really that great for you.
The kids build the menu so they choose, we try to guide but it's basically carb city; white tortillas, white bread, pasta, oatmeal, bagels, pastries, and granola bars. We sneak veggies in as a side, but no kids eat them so I use them to keep myself a little extra charged, but other than that I have no other way of sneaking in other foods. Does anyone have any tips, secret foods, or anything that can help with this. I am willing to spend money, so that is not a problem, I just dont want to eat SAD. I usually end up giving into the tortillas and apples and oranges. HELP!!! PLEASE