I'll take a cheeseburger, bag of Cool-Ranch Doritos, and some mini-chocolate doughnuts. 

During my Sophomore and Junior year of high school, I ordered that exact meal every. single. day at lunch. 

To drink? Mountain Dew. 

First off, how does one eat the same exact foods every day for lunch for that long?

Have you tasted how amazing that junk tastes? 

It's called addiction, people. 

If you were to hand me that meal today, I'm quite certain it would taste much less amazing than it did as a high-schooler. 

I want you to remember this story as I share with you what I ate yesterday, just in case you've got some serious junk food habits you think you can't kick. 

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Mornings are my magic time.

We go big with breakfast. 

I write killer blog posts before my kids wake up (just kidding, they get up at 5).

I listen to a podcast or read. 

Of course, this all pales in comparison to my hot cup of pour-over coffee. It's what motivates everything else for the day, let's be honest here.  

breakfast:

a 3-egg-omelet with 1 slice of grass-fed cheese + 2 slices of organic turkey + 1/2 an avocado and, yes..there's more...

a big pile of homemade hashbrowns cooked in duck fat

also, no omelet is complete without a good amount of your favorite hot sauce: siracha in my case. 

one cup of pour-over coffee; beans from Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters

Lunch:

Grilled turkey (sliced organic) and cheese (grass-fed) with spinach and avocado on Udi's gluten-free bread. 

Dinner:

Crockpot maple-dijon chicken legs...I ate 4 (recipe will be in my upcoming gluten-free cook book) + a simple spinach salad (2 cups mixed greens like spinach, bok choy, arugula + a drizzle of balsamic vinegar, avocado oil and pepper + garlic salt to taste)

frozen blueberries with full-fat yogurt for dessert 

Snacks:

Apple chips before bed, 3 dark chocolate squares (85% cacao)

What I didn't do: count calories.

What I did do: eat until I was full. 

When you eat the right foods, counting calories is futile. 

Are you curious how my clients eat more, exercise less, and don't count calories yet still lose 2-3 pounds per week on average?

Join us for my upcoming Summit Fit group in May.

I provide you with a full menu of tasty + simple meals that the busiest of mamas and corporate executives can fit in their schedules.

Also, we sweat..but I give you videos for each movement (yay).

And if you hate group support, you probably shouldn't join. We do a lot of cheering one another on, like every day.  

Go ahead, stick with your boring gym routine that's been getting you the same results since 1997 (are you feeling my love?). 

I'll see you in May.