What I Eat In A Day

What I Eat In a Day – Prep Week

Copy of Wake up Wednesday.

During this week, there are no real restrictions to what I’m eating except for the obvious: eliminate the big offenders. These include foods you know are inflammatory: sugar, processed foods, and anything you know doesn’t work for you. For some people that’s dairy and gluten but through my first round of One3one, I learned that I can tolerate these things just fine.

First up is my favorite homemade breakfast sandwich. A toasted whole wheat english muffin (dry), one strip of nitrate free, hormone free bacon, one free-range, organic egg cooked in the bacon fat, and a handful of organic spinach. Could there be a better way to start the day?


Next up is my biggest vice. It’s my morning ritual and I don’t really want to give it up. I used to have two pumps of vanilla syrup added but broke that habit in round one…baby steps with this one.


I’m usually really good about preparing my lunch the day before and not eating out but in order for me to maximize my after-work time, I had to run errands at lunch today. This BLT salad is my go to when I need to grab something quickly and the jalapeno ranch dressing was a nice treat (I normally make my own oil and vinegar vinaigrette).


After work, there was enough daylight for an outdoor workout. These evenings feed my soul.


Finally, it was dinner time but I felt very uninspired for dinner tonight (not like me at all). I had all the ingredients to make breakfast for dinner! NOTE: I ate a lot more potatoes not pictured.


So there you have it! No crazy recipes. Just good quality whole foods!

When you feel uninspired for dinner, what is your go-to meal?

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