My Clean Eats: Feb 7, 2013

by Sheri on February 8, 2013

So I am on Day 25 of my Training Plan and so far it has been going really well.  No major cravings have hit me that I cannot control with a little creative meal planning and using clean ingredients to make it.

Like the following:

Clean Vanilla Coconut Bliss Balls

Clean Vanilla Coconut Bliss Balls

Protein Peanut Butter Cups

Clean Eating Chocolate Protein Cake (or muffins)

Cinnamon Oat Protein Donuts

and of course these….

Dessert Gum

Just bought some more today!

This is just a few of the “treats” I have made to help me get around my sweet tooth without falling off the wagon…so to speak!

Right now I am working on a Protein Ice Cream  I will blog the recipe if it turns out ok.

Today’s Eats:

Today's Meals

Meal 1 @ 4:45 am – Protein Shake and Pre-Workout Energizer.  I had to get up a little earlier today because I had to drop Zaxari at my Mom’s before taking Jaxin to school as I had a workshop to go to while Jaxin was in school.  Made for a very long day!

Meal 2 @ 7:35 am – The usual Protein Pancakes topped Coconut Butter and SF Maple Syrup.  I also had a creamy frothy coffee.

Meal 3 @ 10:30 am – I made the best overnight oats!  So good! I got the recipe from a blog I read called The Yummy Life.  I made the Banana Peanut Butter recipe.  It all fits neatly into a little canning jar put the lid and and put it in the fridge and then take it with you.  So cute and portable.  When I pulled it out at the workshop everyone was wondering what the heck I was eating!  They were all having donuts and pastries.  No thanks!  I am going to try a few of the other recipes that are listed as well. 


Meal 4 @ 1:00 pm – (not pictured)  Since I had to pick Zaxari up from my Mom’s we all had lunch together.  I took mine along with me.  I had 2 Turkey Muffins, 3oz of Sweet Potato, sliced cucumber and celery.

Meal 5 @ 5:30 pm – It was a little late but I was not starving just starting to get hungry.  I made some baked Tilapia for the hubby and I.  I had mine with zucchini noodles and fresh tomato.  It tasted great!

Meal 6 @ 8:45 pm – Greek yogurt, blueberries and walnuts mixed together with a drizzle of sugar free chocolate syrup!  Yum!


Well you guessed it water….and lots of it!

It is my drink of choice all day long.

I also had a little Chocolate Chili Chia tea after supper.


I like this one chocolaty and spicy!


I was up extra early to do my Back, Biceps and ABS.  I did my ABS today since I did not get it done on Wednesday night like I had planned.  Instead my body needed a little bit of a rest so I took it.  I woke up refreshed today and ready to get busy.  I had a great Back and Bicep workout and challenged myself to increase my weight.  I did and I managed to complete all reps and sets successfully.  It was hard…but I got it done! 


I am loving my new G-loves!  They are great!  I feel so pretty now!  They make me smile every time I wear them.  New workout gear is always a great motivator!


Friday is check-in day with my coach.  First thing when I get up I take my weight and measurements.  I send her updated photos and my comments about my last few weeks.  I love sending good news to her and pretty much everything I have to say is.  I have stayed 100% on my meal plan and have not missed a workout!  I will post more about my 4 week results this weekend.  There are defiantly some changes.

Sleep is going ok.  I am doing pretty good and getting to bed early when I have to.  But I still find myself waking up earlier than I need to.  My alarm is set for 5am most days but I always wake up an hour to 30 minutes before I have to!  I wish I would not…I can use that extra sleep.  I am going to work on figuring out why and see if I can change my pattern a bit!

Today’s Motivation:

Inspire others

Inspire and be inspired!


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Karen February 9, 2013 at 7:59 pm

You inspire me daily!!!! Can’t wait to hear about your 4 week check in!!! I have no doubts it was a great one!!

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