Fit Andy Food Diary

Breakfast (3)

Pre workout fuel

Food: Steel cut oats with 2 tbsp pb & blueberries
Recipe: Steel Cut Oats (similar recipe)
Ingredients: uncooked steel cut oats, unsweetened almond milk, peanut butter, blueberries

Post workout

Food: Poached Egg Veggie Toast
Recipe: Poached Egg Veggie Toast (similar recipe)
Ingredients: sourdough bread, Chosen Food Harissa avocado oil mayo, 1/2 avocado, sautéed kale, sautéed mushrooms, caramelized onions, sliced radish, 2 turmeric poached egg, feta

Snack

Food: Hummus + veggies
Ingredients: 3-4 tbsp hummus, 3 celery stalks, 1 small Persian cucumber, 3 small sweet peppers

Snack numba 2: banana chia pudding (I was still hungry)

Lunch

Food: Roasted sweet potato black bean bowl with mango salsa & spicy spinach pesto
Recipe: Roasted Sweet Potato Black Bean Bowl
Ingredients: roasted sweet potatoes, brown rice, black beans, mango salsa, spicy spinach pesto

Snack

Food: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookes
Recipe: Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
Ingredients: old fashioned oats, whole wheat flour, baking powder, eggs, coconut oil, banana, mashed, chocolate chips

Dinner

Food: Grilled chicken, spicy spinach pesto quinoa, steamed broccoli
Recipe: Spicy Spinach Pesto fklads
Ingredients: 4oz grilled chicken (seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder, & turmeric), 1/3 cup quinoa mixed with 3 tbsp of spicy spinach pesto, and 1 cup steamed broccoli

Dessert

Food: Cinnamon roll
Sooo hubs came home with my FAVORITE dessert ever. I have no idea how many calories or how much sugar (probably a shit ton) but it’s all good because it’s all about moderation. Eating a cinnamon roll will not ruin all my hard work. I enjoyed every bite of it, and the next day I felt no guilt and continued eating as I normally do. NO RESTRICTIONS JUST BALANCE.

Workout

My workouts and lifestyle (breastfeeding an infant) influence what I eat, when I eat it and the amount I eat.

My workout on the day of this diary was a 4 mile run at an 8:01 pace. I’m currently training for my 4th full marathon, so nutrition is very important!!

Watch your habits, not your weight.
Count color, not calories. 

 

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