Posts Tagged ‘healthy eating’

Day six

February 21, 2013 Leave a comment

Ok so I went running this evening so I made sure I had a carb snack before.

Breakfast – banana and Parma ham

Snack – babybels

Lunch – hummus falafel wrap

Snack – banana and satsuma

Dinner – tomato soup, boiled egg

Snack – usn diet fuel protein shake


Day five

February 20, 2013 Leave a comment

Spin day!!

Breakfast: banana and usn diet fuel protein shake

Snack: satsuma

Lunch: tofu, veggie peanut satay noodle

Snack: banana hard boiled egg

Dinner: tomato soup and toast

Snack: usn diet fuel protein shake

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Day four

February 20, 2013 Leave a comment

Ok I forgot to post so I’m going to have to remember

Breakfast: banana and usn diet fuel protein shake

Snack: satsuma

Lunch: avocado, tomato and mustard sandwich on wholemeal bread

Snack: cucumber and hummus

Dinner: tofu, veggie, satay and noodle stir fry

Day two

February 17, 2013 Leave a comment

Ok, day two, hardcore weights session this morning on the upper body. Feel like I’ve been hit by a bus but it’s all good!

Breakfast – pre workout- scrambled egg on toast

Snack – protein shake (post workout protein boost)

Lunch – stir fry Thai chicken, veg and noodles

Snack – total 0% yoghurt with Manuka honey

Dinner – tomato soup and toast

Snack- protein shake before bed

Know your healthy nuts

January 16, 2013 Leave a comment


Eat Clean….Train Dirty

January 11, 2013 Leave a comment


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Why Paleo?

December 4, 2012 Leave a comment

Paleo may be the buzz word for healthy eating at the moment but the principles make total sense. It’s not that long ago we were cavemen.

Well, ok it was a LONG time ago but in evolutionary terms its relatively recently and during the intervening million years or so our digestion or body’s needs hasn’t changed that much.

So, why are we ignoring what we were built to eat and opting for processed sugary foods? Laziness? Convenience? Taste? All three? Definitely all three, and taste because we’ve programmed our bodies to crave high sugar low quality foods.

Here’s a list of benefits of eating like our ancestors, food for thought and food for life too