• Courtney Ustrzycki

Full Day of Eating: My 2018

Morning snack (7am) – chocolate-covered cakes.

Microwave (only about 5 seconds!) coconut oil and cocoa powder. Top onto corn tortillas.


Breakfast (9am) – zoats cereal bowl.

To prepare, microwave oats and water for about 1:00. Remove; stir in egg whites and microwave for about 45-60 more minutes. Remove; stir in protein powder and add water to desired consistency. Stir in shredded zucchini and top with corn flakes.


Pre workout (10:30am) – protein pudding and cakes.

Mix together protein powder with a little bit of water (add in slowly and continually stir until desired consistency). Spread mixture onto rice/corn cakes.


Intra workout (11am) – jelly beans, yum!


Lunch / post workout (2pm) – veggies & oats bowl.

To prepare, microwave oats and water for about 1:00. Remove; stir in shredded zucchini and carrots. Top with chicken breast and add on sweetener.


Dinner (4pm) – veggies & cakes.

Keeping it simple! Steamed broccoli, chopped grape tomatoes, chicken breast. Top with ketchup. Top rice cakes with spread.


Afternoon snack (6pm) – protein smoothie bowl.

To prepare, blend together about 10-12 ice cubes, about 1/2c cold water, 1 tsp guar gum, and protein powder. Blend until desired consistency (optional for more water). Stir in shredded zucchini and top with ice cream, sprinkles and corn flakes.


Total macros: P135 C230 F40

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