What I’ve learned regarding eating

What I’ve learned regarding eating

Since the lockdown, I have learned a great deal about exercise and nutrition. A lot of webinars make it easier to update your knowledge regarding my profession and since the lockdown, I’ve also been concentrating more on my diet overall. I’ve found a way of eating that works for me. Instead of someone who formulate […]

Avo & Hummus Toast for breakfast

Good morning dear reader! Today I had something different for breakfast. I had my homemade hummus with mashed avocado on top. It’s full of fiber with the brown bread and my own hummus contains lentils which are also packed with good fiber. The avocado is great for magnesium and good fats for your heart health. […]

Meal plan number three – 1500 calories

Breakfast: 35g of raw oats cooked, mix in with 15g of protein powder along with 7g of peanut butter (no sugar or salt added), 50ml milk, 1 teaspoon of honey and 1/2 a teaspoon of sugar. Snack: 4 Provitas Lunch: 1/2 cup of cooked brown rice with 100g of ground curry mince and 45g of […]

Meal plan number two

Breakfast: 1 slice of brown bread topped with one tablespoon of peanut butter and one teaspoon honey, along with one hard boiled egg. Snack: 4 Provitas with one carrot Lunch: 1/2 a cup of pasta topped with 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise and 50g of ground beef. Snack: 1 apple with 1/2 hard boiled egg Dinner: […]

Papaya & mango drizzled with coconut cream

Snack idea. 1 small papaya with 1/4 piece of mango (a fruit very high in sugar. Keep this in mind if you are trying to lose weight.) Drizzled with coconut cream. Coconut cream is loaded with some good stuff like good fats, antioxidants. It boosts metabolism and increases energy because it is more likely to […]

Meal plan – 1500 calories

Firstly, I am not a qualified nutritionist but self taught. This is a meal plan which consists of 1500 calories, which are the minimum that a human being should consume per day in order for organs to function properly and to have enough energy. This meal plan also consists of 118g of carbs, 75g of […]

Rosemary chicken livers

Chicken livers aren’t everyone’s cup of tea but I believe that when you use the right flavorings, you can enjoy this. This dish is 308 calories when you have a serving of 115g of chicken livers and one slice of Soy & Linseed bread. Ingredients: Rosemary, black pepper, salt & garlic to your taste Chicken […]

Blueberry breakfast delight

Blueberries are full of antioxidants and full of fiber. Eggs are a great protein and the oats lower your cholesterol levels. This recipe is 40g of uncooked oats (so you still need to cook the oats in your microwave/stove. It’s 125g of blueberries and 1 egg scrambled. Calories: 298 calories Carbs: 41.4g Protein: 11.7g Fat: […]

Clean eating ten o’clock snack

A snack idea for tea/coffee time. Take a break with this snack. It contains your well needed protein, fats, vitamins and fiber. This snack is 234 calories and the boiled egg will keep you fuller for longer. The wholewheat snackbread will keep you regular and the apple is also full fiber and much needed vitamins.

Peanut butter & pumpkin seed oats

30-50g of raw oats cooked 1 teaspoon of peanut butter (16g of fat, 7g of protein) Pumpkin seeds Calories: 350 Pumpkin seeds contains magnesium for blood pressure control, zinc for immune system support, have anti-diabetic effects just to name a few. Also nice and crunchy in your breakfast meal.