Breakfast is always a hard one for most people. We are surround by cereals and sugary breakfast options everywhere which load us with carbohydrates. Now I do follow flexible dieting so I have nothing against sugar and cereals, however, unless you are doing a workout in the morning, eating a high carbohydrate meal may leave you hungry and lethargic soon after your meal.Read More
Even though I follow a flexible dieting structure with my nutrition, I still need do some form of meal prepping in my week. I try to meal prep as much as possible to ensure that I’ve got meals ready in the fridge. It is also what I encourage you to do in my program as well, since having ready-to-go meals will allow you to eat nutritious meals every day.
To me, this is really important, especially since I am pretty time poor and always on the go. However, sometimes life simply gets too hectic, and I just don’t have time to even meal prep (or I simply have not had a chance to grab my groceries). So, if this would ever happen to you, don’t panic! There are plenty of healthy lunches you can make even if you are time poor like myself that will keep you on track with your goals and keep your taste buds happy.
Below I’ve outlined three of my go-to recipes that I use. And the best part? They will take 10 minutes or less to prepare. Simply go to your nearest grocery store during your lunch break to pick up a few items that you can throw together.Read More
If you find yourself being short of time in the morning, often skipping breakfast, you are not alone. You are one out of many women and men who often skip breakfast due to lack of time.
But don’t panic, I’ve got a solution for you. Try this Chia Breakfast Pudding found in my program Body By Nina. Prepare this recipe the night before to have it ready in the morning. You can even prepare chia puddings for 2-3 days in advance. But for the best result try making it the night before.Read More