Hi peeps, this week i have focused on more protein for breakfast as i was getting to 4pm and feeling hungry and wanting to grab sweet snacks. (and it doesn’t help when i allow my kids a treat!)
So far this week i have not felt the need to do that. Starting with a larger breakfast in the am, lunch i’m having an hour later than usual, then my dinner at 7pm normal time. Now i’m back on track!
Here are some examples of my breakfasts.
Mon – left over roast dinner, green beans, broccoli, carrots and meat mixed into scrambled egg.
Tues – Brazil nuts, goats yoghurt blue berries and banana.
Wed – Spinach and kale Salad with boiled egg.
Thurs – Left over mince Bolognese in a pitta bread.
Fri – GF pan cake (more egg than usual pancake mix) with ham.
Sat – Salmon and avocado with spinach and a banana.
Sunday – GF sausage, bacon and poached egg on rye toast.
My training has been pretty consistent. The brighter evenings means i have started my evening jog (only 2-3miles) twice a week.
And still sticking with my PT 3x a week and own training 2x a week.
My cheats this week was a few glasses of red wine and a cadbury creme egg on Wednesday eve, a handful of malteasers on Saturday and a take away curry on Sunday eve, (the curry wasn’t even that bad of a cheat as i opted out of breads and added my own veg to it).
Other than that my meals were good 3 a day which included at least 8 veg/fruit a day and some form of meat/fish. 3 litres of water minimum and max 2 coffees a day and 1 green tea a day.
Here are some examples of my meals (lunch and 2 main meals) this week:
Bacon, blackened beans, kale and asparagus. (lunch 5min to make)
Turkey, courgette, bro, green beans, cauliflower, peppers and onions in tomato sauce. (left over from night before)
Fillet steak veg and jacket pot.
BOOM back on track ?
Any questions on my food plans and exercise feel free to ask!