Did you catch my latest Youtube video where I chat about 'What I eat in a day'?
The video focuses on my mindset around diet because that's what stays the same, when the reality of what I eat every day is different depending on where I am, what I'm doing and what I feel like. That being said, here I'll share with you a few of the recurring staple recipes that you'll find on my plate every week because they keep me feeling nourished and vibrant and so that I keep coming back to them.
Feels nourishing, light and energising with good fibre, vitamins, fats and protein
Part water and part almond milk base
Handful of spinach
Sweet: Handful of frozen berries or mango or 1/2 frozen banana or 1 medjool date
1 Tblsp of ground flaxseed
1 serving of plant based vanilla protein powder (hemp, rice and pea are my favourite)
1/2 tsp Superfeast Neural Nectar (Discount code: AMELIAZADRO)
Optional additions: Cinnamon, fresh ginger, 1 tblsp almond butter, 1/4 avocado
My Avo and Eggs on Toast
Feels nourishing and grounding with healthy fats, carbs and protein
1-2 boiled or poached eggs
1 piece of rye toast (or sourdough)
2 handfuls of spinach or kale sauteed
A few fresh cherry tomatoes
A squeeze of lemon, drizzle of olive oil, dash of tobasco and finally a pinch of pepper & salt
Optional additions: a tblsp of pumpkin seeds on, smoked salmon, a tblsp of fermented raw kraut
Feels nourishing and grounding with good fiber, vitamins, fats and protein
My base is always something grounding, usually brown rice, quinoa and/or roast sweet potato
Protein: My favourites are 1-2 boiled or poached eggs, a piece of smoked, poached or grilled salmon or tofu. Sometimes I skip all of these and just add some seeds and tahini on top
Veggies: Sauteed kale or fresh spinach or rocket, sauteed oyster mushrooms, grilled aubergine, fresh or roasted tomatoes
Optional toppings: fresh basil or parsley, a tblsp of pumpkin or sunflower seeds, a tblsp of fermented raw kraut, fresh lemon or lime juice, a drizzle of tahini, agave and/or olive oil, pepper and salt
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