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A Day in the Life: Of a Healthy Eater

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Wondering how to keep that healthy eating going all day long? What to eat for a balanced diet? How to fend off those unhealthy 3pm cravings in a healthy way? Well don't sweat it, the answers you seek are right here. Healthy eating can be quick, easy and incredibly satisfying. 




Cheesy Spinach Omelet with Avocado & Pumpkin Seed Toast

Start your morning off with a BANG! This cheesy spinach omelet with avocado pumpkin seed toast has a wonderful balance of protein, fiber and healthy fats to keep you full all the way until lunchtime! Not to mention is loaded with both micro and macronutrients, to satisfy all of what your body needs and craves right in the morning! This breakfast is incredibly simple to make, and best of all you most likely already have all of the ingredients in you fridge and cupboard.



Organic Rainbow Salad 

This delicious and colorful lunchtime meal is packed full of flavor and health! Loaded with organic vegetables, sprouts, and chickpeas (for protein and fiber) this 100% guilt free and vegan lunch will satisfy everyone’s palette and hunger. Also, who could resist a meal with such wonderful color’s? Find the full recipe here.



This time of the day can be tricky for most, as you need a snack to hold you off till dinner, but your blood sugar is low, your cravings are high and you just want anything that will satisfy them! Well this craving crunchers will be there to help you make the best choices and fend off that hunger. This is the perfect time of the day to pack in those healthy foods and keep that healthy day going strong!

Cold-Pressed Juice
Grab hold of those cravings and take control with a cold-pressed juice! The beautiful thing about cold-pressed juices are that they come in endless amount of color’s, flavors and are incredibly common and easy to get your hands on these days. There is a combination of flavors to curb everyone’s cravings, from the salt lover to the chocoholics and best of all in an all natural incredibly health way! Find out more about the three day juice cleanse here



Skinny Spiralizer Shrimp Stir Fry
This flavorful dish is a healthy and quick to make choice for after a busy day! The perfect way to get in all those healthy nutrients for the evening and end your day off on a great note! As an added bonus this gluten free dish can be made vegan just simply leaving out the shrimp. Find the full recipe here.

Lemon Coconut Bliss Balls 
These incredible balls of joy make for the perfect dessert! Jammed full of flavor, and tanginess, these bliss balls will bring your right back to your last vacation on the beach! Best of all they only take 10 minutes to make (you heard us right). Find the full recipe here.
A full day of healthy eating does not have to be a challenge or something that you do only every once in a while, it can happen everyday! With simple and quick recipes that do not cut into your busy work day schedule or your downtime you can improve your bodies health while enjoying the most colorful and flavorful of dishes! Now lets get eating!
*Images and recipes courtesy of Indulge Without Bulge.


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