When it came to lunch today my creativity went right out the door.
I knew I wanted the Roasted Vegetables from last night, but how to eat them was the problem. Wrap? Nope had one yesterday. Salad? Blah, not in the mood. Pizza? Too much effort. As is with BBQ Sauce? Sure why, not.
I have to remind myself I don’t have to be creative with every meal. Sometimes left overs are great as is. 🙂
Red Cabbage is also great as is.
I love how crunchy cabbage is and really do enjoy it plain.
I had 1/2 of an avocado that needed to be eaten as well, but I just was not feeling it with the vegetables. I finally has a little bit of creativity on this one, though slicing it and eating it plain did cross my mind.
I mashed the avocado with some salt on a piece of 5 grain toast with Tomato Slices.
My complete meal.
Nothing special, but still flavorful, delicious and certainly nothing to be ashamed of in anyway.
I also had some Dark Chocolate Covered Edamame that somehow went un-photographed. 😉
I have been contacted by the American Heart Association to help promote their Go Red BetterU program. We all know that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, but we should also know how preventable this disease can be with exercise and a healthy diet.
I am probably preaching to the choir here, but a healthy diet and daily exercise really does lead to a longer, healthier life. 🙂
By helping promote the Go Red BetterU program I have been provided with the opportunity to interview Andrea Baptiste, who some of you should remember from the first season of the Biggest Loser. On the show Andrea was the top female of her season, shedding 65 pounds. She has since kept it off thanks to healthy lifestyle changes.
I wanted to open this same opportunity up to all of my wonderful readers. If you have any questions you would like me to ask the former Biggest Loser alum, please leave them in the comment section. Thanks!!!