What I Ate Wednesday #3

Happiest of hump days to you, my friends! I am so freaking excited to be one day closer to the weekend!

In the WIAW spirit, I wanted to share a weekend day’s worth of eats. Weekends, or any time that your daily routine goes out the window, can be quite a bit harder on the nutrition front, so I thought it may help to see a typical Sunday rest day’s meals for me.

11:15am

After plenty of coffee + cream at church, I like to make myself a big egg white scramble. This one included a zucchini, leftover ground beef, a little marinara sauce, and parmesan cheese.

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1:30pm

A couple hours later, I grabbed a green juice when taking Juno to the park. I like green juice because it helps hydrate me while also getting good veggies too.

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3:30pm

For lunch, I made myself a #BAS. Basically started with one of Trader Joe’s pre-made salads, added kale, broccoli slaw, and about 3oz roasted turkey. Although the pre-made salad had some black beans and sunflower seeds, it’s┬áreally important for me to not skimp on protein. If I do, I feel really shaky!

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5:00pm

While studying/reading my textbook, I made myself some protein “cookie dough” with some fresh blueberries. This super easy snack (protein powder + coconut flour + almond milk) gives me just enough energy to make it to dinner.

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7:30pm

While finishing up dinner, I start sipping on kombucha per usual. Yum…

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For dinner, I had some cauliflower ‘fried rice’ and some steak. This is totally proof eating healthy doesn’t have to be difficult. I did not wash, prep, or chop anything!

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9:15pm

As I get in bed, I have my regular nighttime snack of greek yogurt, PB2 (or protein powder), chocolate chips, and a little granola. It feels like a treat! When it stopped feeling like a treat, I know it’s time to pick a new nighttime snack. I never like to go to bed hungry or deprived, especially because I work out in the morning!!

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