What can you eat that does not need a spoon or a plate?! . . A SAMMY! Okay you may want a plate for this creamy egg sandwich tho hehe 🙊. I used to love egg sammys as a child so I thought I should whip one up for lunch today! 😋 . Instead of mayo, I mashed an avocado and mixed it with greek yogurt! 🥑 I added a couple of boiled eggs, celery, spices and smeared it on some @daveskillerbread bread! 😍 Def doing the happy dance right now! 🤗 I also love that Daves killer bread came out with thin sliced bread for only 80 calories too! . Oh and guess what! It is almost the weekend! I am super excited because two of my best friends are coming into town! ♥️ Thinking of having a cauliflower pizza party! Yep I am wild one! 😉🍕 . Happy Friday Eve! . . Creamy Egg Sammy deets . Ingredients 2 hard boiled eggs 1/3 cup plain greek yogurt 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice 1/8 teaspoon onion powder 1/8 teaspoon garlic salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 stalk of celery finely diced 1 tablespoon fresh dill ( a little extra if you are dill lover like me) 2 slices whole wheat bread . Instructions . • In a medium bowl, mash avocado with a fork • Mash in eggs • Add the remaining ingredients. Mix well • Adjust spices to taste • Sprinkle fresh dill on top • Spread egg salad onto bread . . ENJOY! 😘
PERFECTING THE PRE-TRAINING MEAL. Now, most people feel mega uncomfortable or sick when they train – We’ve all been there. This in part is due to your training intensity, but mostly attributed to both WHAT and WHEN you eat. Imagine running around on a belly full of potatoes. I can predict that you’ll be seeing those same potatoes again, albeit in a different churned form. B-E-A-UTIFUL. Therefore, we need to account for the rate of digestion and absorption of certain foods to overcome this. Generally speaking, the closer you eat to the session, the more liquefied the meal needs to be. This is why I love programming liquid nutrition when you’re eating close to training. You’re not setting your alarm for 3am to have a solid meal before your 6am session; therefore we need something fast absorbing so it’s not sitting in your gut whilst you train – liquid nutrition is key here. Likewise, the further away you eat from your session, the more solid the meal can be where you can add in harder to digest proteins such as red meat, extra fat and fibre as you’ll have more time to digest this so it doesn’t sit too heavy in your gut. The predictable caveat here is that everyone is different – so use this guide above as a starting point and adjust accordingly. Don’t be the melt in the room that keep throwing up because they’ve ‘trained too hard’. It just shows that you’re pre training meal sucks – Time to sort this out champ.