A super simple chicken skillet which you can either have as is or serve with extra sides, such as rice, gauc, or plain Greek yoghurt as a sub for sour cream.
Counting calories can be done in our own perfectly imperfect way, to help us be aware of what we need to eat to maintain, gain, or lose weight, and then we can use that knowledge to alter our food consumption based off our goals.
A single serve gooey cake which is high in protein and fibre!
These protein balls won’t fill you up on tonnes of carbs or fat!
A snack for all my savoury pals out there!
If you’re one of many people who don’t get enough oily fish in their diets; then taking fish oil supplements is the next best thing. As one of the most widely used supplements, it is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for health and wellbeing.
Soooo yummy! That’s about all I have to say for this granola.
We love prepping these and keeping a bunch in the fridge incase we want to heat them up and have with some carbs of veg!
An easy to prepare dinner which is high in protein and will have you feeling full!
This can be eaten as is or paired with your preferred carb source to make it a more hearty meal.
This recipe is high in calcium, magnesium, and iron. It also contains protein and Omega 3s. Because there is cacao in this smoothie it will do wonders for your central nervous system by helping reduce oxidative stress and can improve your mood.
A low calorie breakfast which is super easy to make!
The kind of breakfast which will keep you satiated for hours!
A meal prep breakfast which packs a flavour punch!
Getting adequate fibre in your diet is essential for healthy digestive functions, keeping your heart healthy, and keeping your cholesterol levels in check. However, Dietary fibre also plays a key role in keeping a healthy balance of hormones in your body too.
On a cold, rainy day I decided to whip up a pho with some carrot and pumpkin noodles. An awesome whole food variation which also packs some more micronutrients into your day.
Below are 5 tips that I like to try and encourage my online coaching clients to try out which have a high success rate and can create more mindful eating patterns.
A delicious slice that you can share with family or friends. It will store in the fridge for 3-4 days :)
Protein is known for its numerous benefits including fighting off hunger and preventing the loss of muscle tissue associated with weight loss (generally two-thirds of this is fat tissue, other is lean tissue). It is a repairing macronutrient and a regenerative for skin, nails and hair – although some people only associate protein consumption with ‘gains’.
If you’re using this as a meal prep option remember to keep it refrigerated or with a cold block while you’re travelling to work/wherever with it. Heaps of micronutrients and high in protein!