Garden Foraged Frittata – TYOH Day 11, June 2021

Garden Foraged Frittata – TYOH Day 11, June 2021
A quick update today. I promised myself that I would blog every day for the next year. (I have no idea if I will manage to keep this up!) But I knew that some days I wouldn’t have time for a long blog post, and on those days posting even a short post meant I had kept my commitment to myself to blog everyday!
What I’ve eaten over the last two days:

Wednesday 

  • Breakfast: Coffee with coconut cream, slice of frittata made from eggs, new potatoes and onions, 1/4 avocado, onions, mushrooms and greens.
  • Lunch: Chicken shawarma, grated carrot with fresh parsley, tomato and basil salad, sauerkraut and pickled beetroot. Smoothie made with carrot, pineapple, ginger and ice.
  • Dinner: Chilli made with beef mince, small baked potato, butter, Parmesan cheese. (I mentioned yesterday that after analysing my food in Cronometer, my calcium intake was low. I decided to add a little Parmesan as it is high in calcium.) 2 squares Green & Blacks 85% dark chocolate. 2 glasses of organic red wine.
  • Snacks: None
13 different types of fruit, vegetables and fresh herbs: potatoes, onions, avocado, mushrooms, greens, carrot, tomatoes, parsley, basil, beetroot, pineapple, ginger, garlic

Thursday 

  • Breakfast: Coffee with coconut cream, fried egg, grilled tomato, onions, mushrooms and greens.
  • Lunch: Garden foraged frittata, eggs with onion, dead nettles, chives, fresh mint, ox-eye daisy leaves and green cabbage. Served with 1/2 avocado and a coleslaw made from grated carrot and green cabbage, extra-virgin olive oil, salt, pepper and mayo.
  • Dinner: Boiled new potatoes with butter and leftover coleslaw from lunch. 3 squares of 90% dark chocolate from Hotel Chocolat. 2 glasses of organic red wine.
  • Snacks: Truffle saucisson.

 

12 different types of fruit, vegetables and fresh herbs: tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, greens, dead nettles, chives, fresh mint, ox-eye daisy leaves, green cabbage, avocado, carrot, potatoes.

 

#JoyfulJune

Today’s suggestion from Action for Happiness is: Eat Good Food that Makes You Happy & Really Savour it. 

 

This one is easy for me – I LOVE food, and I love cooking. Eating real food means your taste buds become more sensitive to the delicious flavours in natural food. When you no longer eat the overly stimulating flavours found in fake & junk foods, the natural sweetness in foods like coconut, dark chocolate and fruit become more apparent. 

 

For me this is one of the best reasons for giving up sugar and other junk foods. I no longer have a sweet tooth, I don’t crave sugar and I enjoy the flavours in natural foods. 

 

About Me

Hello, I’m Chloe. I’m a nutrition and health coach and I’m on a mission to inspire & support women so they can go from feeling fatigued to feeling fabulous! 

I help women who are FED up of being overweight, addicted to sugar and feeling tired ALL THE TIME to lose weight and optimise their health by fixing hormonal, digestive, autoimmune and energy issues.

 

My step-by-step programme, Revitalise, will help you lose weight, get back your energy, restore vitality and create lifelong health using the power of beautiful & delicious REAL FOOD. 

I’m here to make it easy for you to eat healthy, delicious food without counting calories or feeling deprived. You’ll reset your relationship with food, shift your mindset and build new habits for a complete health transformation!

 

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