Dec 02 2016

What’s Bec’s Diet Like?

This week we’re having a closer look at what Becs eats daily. This one will be of special interest to the ladies as it provides an insight into how much women should be eating if they’re looking to get stronger and build some strong curves to go with it! It’s…

This week we’re having a closer look at what Becs eats daily. This one will be of special interest to the ladies as it provides an insight into how much women should be eating if they’re looking to get stronger and build some strong curves to go with it! It’s common for women to go on extremely calorie restricted diets and cut out any foods that are deemed to be ‘bad’ when trying to lose weight. Cut your calories too much and your training in the gym will suffer dramatically. Becs takes us through the food that allows her to eat well, enjoy food and stay in good shape.

Breakfast – 2 egg, 3 egg white omelette with onions pepper and cheese

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I’ve always found a breakfast with fats and protein much better for me to start the day than carbs…this is a good balanced meal and the cheese makes it that bit tastier than just plain old eggs!

Snack – Grenade carb Killa Protein Bar/ carrot sticks & peanut butter

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My go to snacks for the morning. They are quick and easy, no preparation required! Usually I’ll just grab a bag of mini carrots from Tesco or Waitrose and dunk the carrot in the peanut butter. Got to be a bit careful of portion control on this one though!

Lunch – Stir fry veg & chicken

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Again a super quick and easy meal that tastes great. I usually stir fry a ready mixed edamame bean or mushroom stir fry, chuck on the top 150g chicken and add some sweet chilli or soy sauce. Job done 🙂

Snack – Greek yoghurt, protein power and apple

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Greek yoghurt is super high in protein but people often think it tastes a bit sour. The protein powder and fruit is a great way to sweeten it up a touch, and ensures I hit my protein requirement for the day.

Dinner – Salmon & veggies

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I tend to vary dinner more than any of my other meals. But usually I work quite late in the evening so something quick works well. I’ll pan fry salmon, steam or boil some veg. Salmon is probably one of the tastiest foods that requires little else other than some seasoning. I’ll switch this up for mackerel, steak or even some meatballs and tomato sauce…sometimes instead of the veg I’ll have a spinach and watercress salad with some balsamic vinegar.

Approx 2000kcal – Carbs – 81g (20%). Fats – 70g (35%). Protein – 200g (45%)

Becs

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Salman