My Day On A Plate By Ambassador Mary Jo Dobell

 

My Ideal Day on a Plate

 By Running Divas Ambassador Mary Jo Dobell

I love food and I love how amazing it can make my body feel when I get my nutrition right and pair it with consistent training. Over the last few years as my interest in health and fitness has grown I have learnt how best to feed my body whilst also pleasing my tastebuds. When planning a day of eating I follow a few simple rules:

  • Include plenty of fresh vegetables
  • Make sure I have my two serves of fruit
  • Include good quality and delicious carbohydrates
  • Ensure there is enough protein for muscle growth and recovery

Below is an example of a perfect, yummy and healthy day of food for me.

Breakfast

  • Place ½ cup of oats, ½ tsp chia seeds, 1 chopped date and 1 cup almond milk into a saucepan and bring to boil. Reduce heat and stir occasionally for 5 mins. Serve topped with half a chopped banana, ½ tbsp chopped almonds and drizzle with ½ tbsp nut butter. Add a little extra almond milk or a spoonful of Greek yoghurt.
  • Super delicious!

Morning Tea

1 cup of mixed berries topped with ½ cup of Greek yoghurt and sprinkle with cinnamon

Lunch

RD Brainpower salad replacing the smoked salmon with some medium rare steak sliced thinly.

  • In a bowl place 2 cups of leafy greens, ¼ avocado, chopped, ¼ cup blueberries, ¼ cup walnuts, ½ cup cooked quinoa and 50g cooked sliced medium rare steak. Toss and drizzle with 1 tsp olive oil.

Afternoon Tea

  • Veggie sticks of choice served with cottage cheese. My favourite are capsicum, cucumber, carrot and snow peas.
  • Skinny milk latte. (I love coffee and usually have one per day)

Dinner

RD Salmon En Papilotte

  • Place ¼ cup tinned chickpeas, ½ sliced zucchini, ½ tbsp black olives and ¼ lemon, sliced on a square of baking paper. Top with one small salmon fillet and 1 tsp olive oil. Fold sides of baking paper over top to wrap securely and bake in moderate oven. Top with some chopped parsley and serve with ½ cup cooked quinoa and 1 cup steamed greens.

Dessert

Two small RD Oat Energy balls

  • Combine 1 cup oats, ½ cup tahini or almond butter, ¼ cup honey, ¼ tsp cinnamon, ¼ tsp nutmeg in a bowl and mix well. Roll into tablespoon sized balls and store in the freezer. Take out 15 mins before serving.

Yum!

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