a day of healthy meals


i've been struggling to get back on track after a decadent weekend of valentine's day feasts & chocolates. in an effort to be more intentional about what i eat & stay accountable, i decided to take a snapshot of every thing i ate on tuesday. 

i am currently on weight watchers & really love it. below you'll find my meals along with my estimated smart points for each meal/snack (i am allotted 30 smart points a day). for those with questions - click here to learn weight watcher's approach & how they determine an individual's daily smart points allowance. 


1. breakfast 6sp: crispy oats cereal with almond milk, blueberries & half a banana + coffee with cream

2. lunch 8sp: turkey wrap with mini pretzels, sweet baby bell peppers & lots of lime-infused water

3. snack 3sp: vanilla greek yogurt with blueberries

4. dinner 8sp: crockpot chicken masala (made with light coconut milk) on cauliflower rice with a side salad & homemade salad dressing

5. snack (not shown) 4sp: two hershey miniatures 

how do you approach your health journey & meals? i'd love to read your favorite snacks & your biggest successes! please share!
love,
natalie

p.s. this is not a sponsored weight watchers post. i simply love sharing my health journey with you in an effort to inspire & remind you that you're not alone. xo!

11 comments:

Mélodie said...

All this looks really delicious and i love following your healthy journey dear Natalie, it's very inspiring! Thanks for sharing! :)

Julie said...

Thank you for sharing Natalie.

Sheila said...

Looks way better than what I eat!
I am going to make my own Paleo chocolate today.....hoping it fills the sweet tooth😉
I did stop buying mini pretzels though....not enough flavor for the poor nutritional value....I'd rather have a few chips with salsa😄

jaime said...

Thank you for sharing! I've lost 14 pounds on Weight Watchers since the first of the year and you've given me some new meal iseas!

Cynthia said...

The recipe looks delicious. Can you also share the cauliflower rice recipe?

Susan said...

I use MyFitnessPal and log all of my food. I try for 1200-1400 calories per day. I workout 2 times per week with a trainer and then 2 more times on my own. I have had a lot of success. Down about 35 lbs in less than a year (with lots of traveling and holiday eating mixed in). I am about 10 lbs from my goal weight and feel terrific. Very happy I made the decision to make my health a priority. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Have you tried these? http://www.amazon.com/Reynolds-Slow-Cooker-Liners-4-Count/dp/B002U0KKK8
They make cleaning up those crockpot meals so much easier. Who doesn't want to eat better & spend less time scrubbing dishes!

HK said...

Thanks, Natalie! Mason's been leading our whole 30. I surprised her by having the chicken masala and cauliflower rice ready when she got home from a long shift. Yummy!!!

Stephanie said...

Thank you for sharing. Love to hear about good healthy food. And thanks for sharing the point value of your foods.

cindy said...

Looks great! I'm a weight watcher too...loving the program :) I cook almost exclusively from the blog simple-nourished-living. Tons of crockpot recipes (my favorite) with all the smart points and nutritional info. Martha is a lifetime member and has tons of info on her blog. So happy to find another fellow ww blogger/instasistah :)

katelyn ryan said...

i love throwing greens into a smoothie. i sweeten it up by using mango and pineapple, and it's delicious.

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