One soup and salad please🙋🏻♀️🍴. I get frequent questions on what my diet looks like. When I say diet I’m not referring to restricting myself from certain foods in order to lose weight. Diet can also mean the foods that you eat regularly. The word “diet” to the public, generally has a connotation of restriction & or punishment.
I used to eat vegetables and meals that I didn’t like just because they were healthy for me. There are plenty of fruits, vegetables, and meals out there that you could love! Why limit yourself to the ones you hate. It makes eating healthy monotonous. You want to be able to make healthy eating a lifestyle, so don’t be afraid to switch up your meals, try new seasonings, find different ways to cook or bake, etc. Know yourself, know what you like. This is very important. Personally, the more I think about food/calories/etc the more it stresses me out so I keep my diet SIMPLE! I eat what I like, when I like. This allows me to have control over food versus the other way around. I find it’s easier to be mindful, but not obsessive, of my portions this way too. “I can always have some more tomorrow!” I always try my best to stay hydrated. I used to carry a gallon of water around campus, this allowed me to make it a habit to drink more water. Whenever I would get anxious during class/homework/studies, I would drink water. I also love having herbal tea! Orange tea, passion tea, green tea, the options are endless. Sometimes I enjoy lattes with almond milk as well😇. _______
Featured is homemade pot roast soup (recipe is down on my IG page, I added green beans this time) as well as a simple salad. In it includes; spring mix, red onions, walnuts, feta cheese, and apple maple vinaigrette. Enjoy my #Brisbabes🌱