I'm active and will be posting some of my favorite workouts and meals. I'm a vegetarian and try to eat mostly whole foods so it's lots of fruits and veggies :)!
5'5"/18 years old
Date started blog: 4/20/11
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Here’s my basic grocery list and some of my favorite meals! I’m a vegetarian college student so my options are a little limited but I still eat delicious things every day :)
Any measurements (i.e. per one slice, 2 tbsps, etc) are serving amounts!
Apples (my favorite are golden delicious!)
Carrots (big ones are fun to snack on!)
Peppers (red and banana!)
Brown Rice (or any kind of rice in moderation :))
Chips & Salsa (Look for organic/all-natural!)
Popsecret 100 Cal Butter Popcorn
Kraft Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese
Dannon Light & Fit Nonfat Strawberry Yogurt (only 80 cals per pack!)
Simply Lemonade (all-natural, 120 cal/8 fl oz) -> I’m a lemonade person so I have to have this!
STASH Premium Green Tea
Wheat Veggie Sub (made with school ingredients, listed on school website as 172 cals, 2.5 g fiber, 4.8 g protein per sub)
Six-inch wheat sub (school bread, not sure of the nutrition information)
Lettuce, Onions, Carrots, Banana Peppers, Black Olives
Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich
Nature’s Pride 100% Whole Wheat Bakery Bread (110 cals, 3g fiber, and 5g protein per slice)
*Favorite thing about this bread: First ingredient is whole wheat flower!
Polaner All Fruit with Fiber Strawberry Jelly (35 cals, 3g fiber per tbsp)
JIF Natural Creamy Peanut Butter (190 cals, 7g protein per 2tbsp)
Pita Pocket (also made with school food, listed as 173 cals!)
Take a wheat pita and split it in half. This gives you two pitas with open sides — half-circle shapes with the flat side open. Take some lettuce, chopped onions, shaved carrots, and chopped red peppers and put them all into the pocket! Start with the lettuce and put the other things on top. Pour some fat-free italian dressing in and enjoy!
More to come!
More to come!