Thursday, 22 September 2016

What I Eat In A Day #1

Before I begin...no pretty food photos ahead, so if that's what you like I'm sorry!


 Breakfast: Cute Nutrition Meal Replacement Shake with a Green Tea
Not going to lie, I am not a fan of this shake. I used to use the PHD Nutrition Meal Replacement Shake and it was honestly so much nicer taste wise, but they changed their formula so I decided to switch it up and try out Cute Nutrition. Everyone I've spoken to loves it so maybe I just picked a dud flavour? I use almond milk with it too so maybe that makes it taste funky...


Lunch: Alpro Vanilla Yoghurt with Granola
I know this isn't the most 'lunchy' option but I needed to use up my yoghurt by today and didn't want to throw it out. This Nice & Nobbly Granola is my actual fave as it's not got too much dried fruit and other bits added to it. This generally really fills me up for the afternoon.


Snack: KIND Maple Glazed Pecan & Sea Salt
These guys are pretty high in calories, nuts always are, but they are so tasty and rather filling too. I had this after I finished my 4 hour shift at work before I headed to the gym and it actually kept me fuelled for my workout!


Dinner: Red Onion & Goats Cheese Tart with Brown Rice
These tarts are actually such a god send! Just shove them in the oven for half hour and bish bash bosh they're done. I am a lover of cheese so these are perfect, probably not the healthiest option but I opted for brown rice to accompany to compensate.

Post-Dinner Snack: Mini Twister with a Peppermint Tea
I went to the gym before dinner so wanted something sweet to treat myself. These mini twisters are only around 50 calories so perfect after all the hard work at the gym. I always have a peppermint tea before I go to bed as it really helps with your digestive system and I find it reduces my bloating when I wake up.

That's it for my first What I Eat In A Day post, i'll try to improve my photography for the next one, I promise!


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