Consistency always over perfection.
I no longer worry about perfection with meals anymore.
It’s just NOT THAT COMPLICATED.
Nutrition is gray, not black and white.
So I hate to describe my eating habits one way – If It Fits Your Macros, Flexible Dieting, Intermittent Fasting, Vegan, Clean Eating, Intuitive Eating, . Each day, I can fit into each one of these. And it’s OK that I am not following just ONE WAY. What I do know after learning macros and hiring a coach, I am finally the closest I have been to just LISTENING to my body than I have been in a long time. I’m not sure if this is becoming an ‘intuitive eater’ or just trusting my body.
breakfast//Paleo Banana Bread Waffles with extra banana, coconut butter, and Cary’s low sugar maple syrup
Sunday was a GORGEOUS day in Tampa after being in the snow all last week! I had to take advantage of laying by the pool with some friends.
Lunch//Some of my favorite TJ items in a high protein power bowl with TJ’s wild canned salmon, cubes of roasted butternut squash, brussels, plantain chips, organic cherry tomatoes, and avocado.
A slice of gluten-free Cinnamon Raisin Toast covered in homemade vanilla almond butter and blackberry jam was also consumed with this meal.
Dinner: Roasted mahi-mahi, sauteed maple balsamic shaved brussels, and Alexia Rosemary and Sea Salt potatoes (from freezer section).
dessert//Wink desserts cocoa dough pint (could only eat half) with a crumbled Oreo. Ended up eating a WW Salted Caramel ice cream bar instead since the Wink ice cream was THAT bad
Also wanted to share a couple photos from my recent ski trip to Big Sky, Montana!
Do you define your eating habits? What label do you most closely categorize yourself in? Do you feel intuitive eating is the ultimate way to eat?
And finally, thank you Jenn for starting this fun link-up of showcasing everything we eat in a day!