Meal Prep

What I eat in a day

I will be sharing videos about what I eat each day, how I do meal prep for the week and how I plan my meals for the entire month.

This first video is an introduction explaining what I do portion wise, what I always have in my pantry… I also mention that I always have breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks between my meals, first is my juice first thing in the morning before I work out and the second one between lunch and dinner.

My “diet”, as you can say, I see it more like a lifestyle because I am not looking to do diets to lose weight or to have a healthy body, I just always go for healthier choices. All of it is plant based. I do use raw honey as a natural medicine and bee pollen, which aren’t considered vegan but other than those ingredients my entire lifestyle is surrounded by vegan and natural sources as much as possible. Having a plant based lifestyle can be better for you and for the planet. 🌏🙌🏽

I like to keep everything possible homemade, including my nut milks. I don’t like to have preservatives or other unnecessary processed stuff in my food. And I do have my “sweets”, which are natural sources of sugar coming from fruits, dry fruits such as dates, coconut sugar, maple syrup and molasses. Those are my favorites.

Everything should be balanced, so I have daily carbs, plant based protein sources and healthy fats. Eating clean and whole foods should be an enjoyable way to tell your body that you care about your health. It takes up to a month to get the body used to new flavors and to the new routine. So take your time, be patient with yourself and listen to your body. It’s normal to crave something unhealthy sometimes but trying to know why can be helpful. It could be emotional or it could be hunger for something that you are addicted to. Maybe trying to replace that craving with a healthier similar choice can help to slowly teach your body how to ditch that craving and learn to appreciate the “new” healthy food.

For me it was chocolates. I always felt guilty before when eating chocolates. But the problem wasn’t the cacao. It was the other stuff in those unhealthy chocolates like unrefined sugar, dairy, preservatives… so now I make my own healthy chocolates or I make sure to buy a trusted vegan brand and I keep them in my refrigerator all the time. So when my cravings or desires to eat chocolates comes, I will always have some on hand to kill it. 🥰🍫

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And it’s finally done! I will be sharing videos every Friday about what I eat each day, how I do meal prep for the week and how I plan my meals for the entire month. This first video is an introduction explaining what I do portion wise, what I always have in my pantry… I also mention that I always have breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks between my meals, first is my juice first thing in the morning before I work out and the second one between lunch and dinner. My “diet”, as you can say, I see it more like a lifestyle because I am not looking to do diets to lose weight or to have a healthy body, I just always go for healthier choices. All of it is plant based. I do use raw honey as a natural medicine and bee pollen, which aren’t considered vegan but other than those ingredients my entire lifestyle is surrounded by vegan and natural sources as much as possible. Having a plant based lifestyle can be better for you and for the planet. 🌏🙌🏽 I like to keep everything possible homemade, including my nut milks. I don’t like to have preservatives or other unnecessary processed stuff in my food. And I do have my “sweets”, which are natural sources of sugar coming from fruits, dry fruits such as dates, coconut sugar, maple syrup and molasses. Those are my favorites. Everything should be balanced, so I have daily carbs, plant based protein sources and healthy fats. Eating clean and whole foods should be an enjoyable way to tell your body that you care about your health. It takes up to a month to get the body used to new flavors and to the new routine. So take your time, be patient with yourself and listen to your body. It’s normal to crave something unhealthy sometimes but trying to know why can be helpful. It could be emotional or it could be hunger for something that you are addicted to. Maybe trying to replace that craving with a healthier similar choice can help to slowly teach your body how to ditch that craving and learn to appreciate the “new” healthy food. . . . #whatieatinaday #whatieat #whatieatinadayvegan #vegan #mealprep #mealprepping #veganlife #vegancommunity #veganlifestyle #healthylifehappylife #healthymealprep #plantbased #plantbasedweightloss

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Have a great and healthy day!

🇧🇷 Tradução:

Estarei compartilhando vídeos sobre o que como todos os dias, como preparo minhas refeições para a semana e como planejo minhas refeições para o mês inteiro.

Este primeiro vídeo é uma introdução que explica o que faço em parte, o que sempre tenho na minha despensa … Menciono também que sempre tomo café da manhã, almoço, jantar e dois lanches entre as refeições, o primeiro é o meu suco logo pela manhã antes de exercitar e o segundo entre almoço e jantar.

Minha “dieta”, como você pode dizer, eu a vejo mais como um estilo de vida, porque não estou procurando fazer dietas para perder peso ou ter um corpo saudável, mas sempre busco opções mais saudáveis. Tudo isso é baseado em plantas. Eu uso o mel cru como remédio natural e pólen de abelha, que não são considerados veganos, mas, além desses ingredientes, todo meu estilo de vida é cercado por fontes naturais e veganas, tanto quanto possível. Ter um estilo de vida baseado em plantas pode ser melhor para você e para o planeta. 🌏🙌🏽

Eu gosto de manter tudo possível caseiro, incluindo meus leites de nozes. Não gosto de conservantes ou outras coisas processadas desnecessárias na minha comida. E eu tenho meus “doces”, que são fontes naturais de açúcar provenientes de frutas, frutas secas como tâmaras, açúcar de coco, xarope de bordo e melaço. Esses são os meus favoritos.

Tudo deve ser equilibrado, eu tenho carboidratos diários, fontes de proteínas veganas e gorduras saudáveis. Comer alimentos limpos e integrais deve ser uma maneira agradável de dizer ao seu corpo que você se preocupa com sua saúde. Leva um mês para acostumar o corpo a novos sabores e à nova rotina. Portanto, tome seu tempo, seja paciente consigo mesmo e ouça seu corpo. Às vezes, é comum desejar algo que não seja saudável, mas tentar saber o por que pode ser útil. Pode ser emocional ou pode estar com fome de algo que você é viciado. Talvez tentar substituir esse desejo por uma escolha semelhante mais saudável possa ajudar a ensinar lentamente a seu corpo como abandonar esse desejo e aprender a apreciar a “nova” comida saudável.

Para mim, eram chocolates. Eu sempre me sentia culpada quando comia chocolates. Mas o problema não era o cacau. Eram os outros ingredientes nesses chocolates que não eram saudáveis, como açúcar refinado, laticínios, conservantes … então agora eu faço meus próprios chocolates ou compro uma marca vegana de confiança e os guardo na geladeira o tempo todo. Quando meus desejos de comer chocolates chegam, sempre terei em casa opções saudáveis para satisfazer meus desejos. 🥰🍫

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