Please take these ideas only as ideas, NOT medical advice or other advice. Thank you.
I recently heard about the Indian superfood called amla, also known as Indian Gooseberry. Here are a couple of articles I quickly found on why amla is so good for you, mostly due to the antioxidants it contains [Organic Facts, Mastering Diabetes, NCBI academic journal]. You can research more if you want to know more. The benefits of amla are just a background to this post, not the purpose of this post.
Most people make stir fry with rice as a base. It’s great and it’s filling. However, I make mine with quinoa (KIN-wa) for a whole load of extra protein to make stir fries that are healthy and nutritious. It hardly tastes any different from stir fry with general white steamed rice that I normally used before I learned about quinoa. The texture is finer because quinoa is finer than rice in texture, and that makes it easier to stir fry mixed in with the rice as well.
The recipes below are just generic recipes on which you could make quite a few variation substituting certain ingredients, and customize for your own preferences. Just by using different stir fry pastes alone, I could get Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, Singaporean, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indonesian and Malaysian stir fry from the Asian Home Gourmet series that has no artificial additives! I just then customize the rest of it as I like it to go with the flavour or whatever I want to have in my stir fry for that meal. You vary accordingly to your tastes.