Meal Prep and Workouts for the Week


Heyyyy! Another week to get it right. Last was a successful one for me, I managed to stay on track with my food intake and became more physically active, resulting in a three pound weight loss! This loss has given me the boost of confidence that I needed to reactivate my healthy lifestyle.
On the menu this week, I kept it pretty simple and flavorful for us, boring doesn’t fly with me!

For our first batch of smoothies, I wanted to add carrots, but I HATE how the texture of them blended. So, I put my old faithful juice extractor to use. I made my carrot juice separately, and then blended it with my remaining smoothie ingredients (banana, peaches, mango, and strawberry). It’s a “joothie!”


For our next set of smoothies, I blended spinach, strawberries, blueberries, banana and pineapple. I also threw in some chia seeds. This will be breakfast for the week.

Our proteins for the week: baked honey soy chicken breasts and sockeye salmon (which was later broiled in a Thai chili glaze). Packed with flavor, low on sodium and sugar.

The side dishes include: baked sweet potatoes with a dash of cinnamon, roasted broccoli and carrots, and roasted asparagus.
Snacks include: cheese and nut packs, yogurt, and fruit. A gallon of water will be consumed throughout the day.


This week I will began to add more weight training to my routine, and I will also attend a great high intensity class taught by my personal trainer. I am aiming for at least 4 days in the gym this week.
I hope you have a successful week! Remember it’s not where you are, it’s where you want to be!
Mell B


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