What's on my plate #1

Summer is fast approaching and I'm starting to really get into fitness and healthy eating again so Living Life in Docs is going to become a little more health oriented! I thought it would be a nice idea to share with you what I eat in a day, it may be interesting for you to see (is it? Let me know in the comments!) and it's also a nice way to keep myself accountable for what I eat.. If I don't want to share it on the internet then I probably don't want to eat it! I'm also starting a fitness series on Wednesdays so make sure you follow so you don't miss out on that! But enough on that, let's see what I ate yesterday...

I've only recently started eating breakfast again, I'm normally not hungry in the mornings and just have coffee but I find that if I make myself eat something in the morning I will be less tempted to binge for the rest of the day. I like something a little sweet for breakfast so I've been eating granola with dried fruit (strawberries, raspberries and apples) with some low fat greek yoghurt- yum! I like to have breakfast in bed while catching up on YouTube videos so here you can see GlamLifeGuru's latest video in the background!
I don't really have typical meals but today I decided to go for pasta because I was going climbing in the evening and needed some carbs for energy! I like the green tagliatelle because they have some sort of spinach power in them and they're just really good! Today I added a bit of pesto and of course some cheese because if there's one thing I can't live without, it's cheese!
It's really nice and warm at the moment so as a revision snack I had a nice smoothie that I made from frozen mango, raspberries and coconut milk. It's a nice healthy snack and a good way to eat more fruit, plus it's so refreshing! And just look at that colour...
When I came back from climbing I was really exhausted so I just wanted to make something quick and didn't exactly go for the healthiest option... I had a miso soup, which I've been eating lots recently because it's so easy to make. I buy little sachets that have the paste and seaweed in them and then you just add hot water and you're done! After my miso soup I also had some noodles with prawns because it's quick and easy and involves minimal effort... I'm a terrible role model.

I hope you enjoyed this post, let me know if you want to see more food/healthy and fitness related posts!

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