What I Had This Week: 1/14-1/20

I recently made a pact with my friend to start keeping track of the things we eat, in efforts to make healthier choices and stuff. I’ll admit, all those New Years “get your best body” ads got me thinking. Anywho, writing down what I’ve been eating has been helpful, it makes me think twice when I want to eat something not-so-great. With that being said- here’s my log from week #1:

Sunday (1/14)

30.4 oz H2O bottle drink count: 3

Breakfast

  • Unsweetened applesauce
  • Multigrain Lightly Sweetened Cheerios with almond milk

Dinner

  • Kidney beans, string beans, lentils, and Jasmine rice

Monday (1/15)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 4

Breakfast

  • Lipton Matcha Green Tea sweetened with agave
  • Overnight oats (pumpkin, flax, and hemp seeds; cranberries, Hemp Protein Powder, Agave sweetener, cinnamon, nutmeg, unsweetened vanilla almond milk)

Lunch

  • Half iced tea half lemonade beverage
  • Sweet chili soy nuggets, chana masala, brown rice, and tabouleh (all from the Whole Foods hot food bar- meal review coming soon!!!)

Dinner

  • String beans and lentils

Snacks

  • Movie theater popcorn
  • Homemade pumpkin pie with Halo Top Sea Salt Caramel Dairy Free Frozen Dessert on the side

Tuesday (1/16)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 4

Breakfast

  • Lipton Matcha Green Tea sweetened with agave
  • Overnight oats (Pumpkin, Flax, and Hemp seeds; Cranberries, Hemp Protein Powder, Agave sweetener, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk)

Lunch

  • Whole wheat pasta with tomato sauce, spinach, onion, peas, and lots of tofu from Gigi Cafe

Snacks

  • Skinny Pop popcorn
  • Orange dark chocolate
  • Thai Iced Tea bubble tea from VLife
  • Multigrain Lightly Sweetened Cheerios with almond milk

Wednesday (1/17)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 5

Breakfast

  • Lipton Matcha Green Tea sweetened with agave
  • Tofu scramble (Mori-Nu Silken Tofu- firm, mashed garlic clove, garlic powder, sea salt, nutritional yeast, turmeric, Trader Joe’s African Smoke Spice, Sriracha sauce, black pepper) with two hash browns on the side

Dinner

Snack

  • Multigrain Lightly Sweetened Cheerios

Thursday (1/18)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 3

Breakfast

  • Lipton Matcha Green Tea sweetened with agave
  • Hash browns with side of ketchup from Dunkin Donuts (my go-to at DD)

Dinner

  • Lipton Matcha Green Tea sweetened with agave
  • String beans, kidney beans, Jasmine rice

Friday (1/19)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 3

can of ginger ale (was feeling sick :/)

Breakfast 

  • Oatmeal made with hemp protein, flax and hemp seeds, cinnamon, all spice, agave, and cranberries

Dinner

  • Vegetable dumplings, homemade iced tea, and fortune cookies from my local Chinese food spot

Snacks

Saturday (1/20)

~20 oz H2O bottle drink count: 3

Breakfast

  • Burger King French Toast Sticks (I love themmmm)
  • Orange juice

Lunch

  • Brown rice with brown sauce from the Chinese food restaurant (leftovers)

Dinner

  • Vegetable bowl (zucchini, carrots, onions, tofu) with brown rice from Kobeyaki

Snacks

  • AMC Theaters Kids Pack (Minute Maid Mixed Berry juice, popcorn)
  • Banana
  • Coconut bubble tea from VLife

 

***Disclaimer: This is not meant to be a meal plan, it’s just a log of things I ate this week. I’m not claiming to have the best diet in the world, because I don’t. Sometimes I eat really “healthy,” sometimes not so much. I try to be conscious of my choices and keep a good balance between eating well and indulging a little, ya know? Each day and meal varies depending on my schedule (like if I wake up late or am super busy). The purpose of this log is to help me keep track and to show the variety of things one can have on a vegan diet.***

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