Then just add the MEAT to it 👌🏽 #Repost @calorietuts (@get_repost)
Healthy Dieting and Starving isn't necessarily the same thing. Filling up your body with amazing foodies is still possible (and sometimes you can even treat yourself).
Because being healthy is about fueling your body, not starving it! ❤ I love this post @mybetter_self made the other day that it inspired me to make my own version. Some things to think about:
It's not always about less ▶ I remember when I used to think the only way to reach my goals was to eat LESS. When I was younger I didn't understand what different types of food did to your body and I wish someone would've taught me earlier. That's why I started this account to be as helpful and informational as possible!
Foods that keep you satisfied ▶ Healthy fats like avocado and nuts will leave you more satisfied! Plus packing on the veggies will add a ton of volume without adding many calories. That's why I follow the eat whole foods approach and try to skip out as much processed foods as possible 🙌 ---
Ps what's in my salad? ▶ 1 medium boiled egg with @flavorgod seasoning, 1/2 an avocado, turmeric beets, yellow & orange bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, micro greens, sautéed purple cabbage over mixed greens (＋ balsamic not shown)
Broccoli salad Chickpea Bowl at your service.🤤
Bowls are a very, very hot commodity as of late. We’ve never really talked about plates the way we so affectionately talk about bowls. Smoothie bowls. Buddha bowls. Veggie bowls. Bowls really are a…thing🎉
Here’s how to make this one:
For the chickpeas I took one can and roasted them at 450F for 20 mins tossed in salt & 2 tbsp olive oil. •
For the Broccoli salad, I tossed 1 head lightly steamed broccoli cut into florets, 1 head bok choy chopped, 1 cup sliced purple cabbage, 1 cup matchstick carrots with 1 tablespoon sesame seed oil, a splash of rice vinegar, 2 tablespoons olive oil and 1 tablespoon Liquid Aminos. •
This salad tastes better after marinating overnight or for a few hours in the fridge before eating. I hope you all have a beautiful Sunday!! #biteswithb
Tonight's snack tray.
Raspberries. Love them but hate that they go off so quick.
B ready bar 5.5 syns
Minion crisp 2.5 syns
Sugar free fruit gums 3 syns for 30g
Food prep for my first ever SP day.
Wheaties (40g HEB 1) and soya 200ml (half HEA)
Chicken tikka spinach salad
Apple and Aplen light (half of my 2nd HEB)
Pineapple and strawberries plus a second alpen light (HEB)
Hope I'm doing this right!
I saw a copycat recipe for the Starbucks veggie bowl. It's basically roasted or steamed broccoli, beets, and butternut squash served over rice with a tahini dressing and chopped kale. I'm not a fan of tahini, so I just roasted the veggies, put them over bismati, added baked chicken and chopped kale, and topped with Green Goddess dressing. It was so good! Plus this is such an easy bowl to prep. Just have roasted veggies, lean meats, and rice prepped and assemble it as you please. This will definitely be a staple when I'm riding between classes and 🏫 drop off/pick-ups. #veggies#micros#protein#iifym#macros#foodprep#momsof3#fitmom#girlswithmuscles#girlswholift#bodybuilding
Being on the road always makes me look forward to getting back into my meal prep routine.🤤
Anyone else here all about routines? 🙋🏻I believe they're what keep us consistent and you know what consistency leads to: results!! What results are you after?
🍍It took me a long time to figure out what works and turn meal prep into a form of self care.
💰This routine helps me stay healthy, consistent, save time and keep my $$ in check. I can't go back to not doing it now!
🥒So which one of these vegan meals would you eat first?
🍚TOP LEFT: tofu stir fry with kale and edamame
🥕TOP RIGHT: tofu stir fry with baby book choy, broccoli and carrots
🍅BOTTOM LEFT: Moroccan chickpeas with baked sweet potato
🍠BOTTOM RIGHT: a little bit of everything. Chickpeas, sweet potatoes, broccoli and kale.
😻Can't wait to release my VEGAN 2-week meal plan tomorrow to my VIPs. And yes, versions of these meals are on it!! You're going to LOVE it.
🚙I'll be exploring Breckenridge, CO for the rest of the day. You know just looking for a place to live and move into. 😅😅😅
I have fallen off the wagon, tumble to the side of the road, and got left behind when it comes to mindful eating.
Rather than beat myself up (although let's be honest, I have a little) I decided to start anew this week. Breakfast and lunches are done. My goal is to have 2 protein smoothies this week in place of dinners.
LET'S DO THIS!
I haven't been super inspired lately to do a lot of meal prep for the week like I used to do (because 37.5 weeks pregnant and 😴x 472) but I felt a slight urge today and ran with it. Which really means I did like 3 things lol 🤷🏼♀️ But I'll take it! I managed to prep for my lunches by making this Lemon Potato Leek Soup with Toasted Hazelnuts (recipe is on the blog!). I forgot how delicious this soup is! I'm just going to go ahead and give myself a pat on the back now 💃🏼🍲
Meatball Salad with Tomatoes ⠀
I make/eat salad, so I thought I'd share. I don't like most salad dressing, so when I do make salad I usually incorporate so other type of sauce, tomato sauce in this case.⠀
Contains about 300-330 calories⠀
Costs about $2.50-$3 (less if you skip the expensive heirloom tomatoes)⠀
Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes⠀
Babybel Mini Cheese Wheel⠀
Tomato Sauce (homemade or store-bought)⠀
Double tap if you like Meatball Salad! Visit link in profile for more tips...⠀
For my clients who struggle with reducing their intake when wanting to loose weight I really focus on the education of where calories are coming from......A lot of my clients say they feel like they are eating more than ever whilst loosing weight with me.... simply down to calorie education. Surely a sandwich, an apple and popcorn is more satisfying than one sandwich?
Being smart with your calories can help you achieve your goal. Eating well doesn't have to mean eating less. It doesn't have to mean RESTRICTING. It can mean making smart choices and making the most of your calories.
Food prep can be a hassle but can help so much when working towards specific goals whether that be weight loss or gain. There are no added ingredients that you are unaware of and you hve complete control of what goes into your meal. At the end of the day if you can't pronounce the ingredients on the packet is it really good for us?
SWIPE RIGHT- SUPERMARKET SANDWICH VS HOMEMADE - both egg mayonnaise, both 2 slices of bread... so what's the difference?
How can 2 sandwiches have such a difference in calories and be so similar?
This is simply to remind you how preparing your own food can help you so much when working towards your goals... often shop bought foods have lots of extra unnecessary ingredients and calories in.
SHOP BOUGHT - sandwich contains 485 calories however it doesn't seem any bigger than the homemade option... the only difference will be the use of sauces and again INVISIBLE CALORIES.
HOMEMADE - 324 cal 2 slice wholemeal bread, 1 egg, 50g egg whites, cress and extra light mayonnaise