The holidays are over and it's time to get back in the game, which means making healthier choices and working out. Today I want to show you how my diet has shifted from the greasy and delicious holiday mode to a healthier version.
One thing that really helps me is to make soups for lunch. If you're the kind of person who gets bored easily and needs to have a different dish every day, you could cook 3 different soups that you really love and freeze them in portions. This way you have 3 soups or as many as you want on rotation. Or if you don't want to fuss with that, simply change the soup a little: on the first day have it plain, on the next with whole wheat or brown rice noodles, on the third with falafel and so on. Choose ingredients that you like and are somewhat healthy. For dinner try something new and have fun with it, make your dish as colourful as possible with loads of veggies. Try the 80/20 rule, where you eat 80 percent of the time healthy and 20 percent naughty. I don't think you should deprive yourself from sweets or pizza or pasta, just have them in moderation and whatever you choose don't starve yourself. Hope some of my dishes inspire you to cook something new.
Have a pink-tastic day!
Kisses.Broccoli soup with mini falafel.