Vegucate Yourself


Have you heard the term, “You are what you eat”? Most people tend to think it’s about the outer appearance rather than inner. 

You are what you eat, and most body pain you have is based on your nutrition. 
Because Netflix is just bombarding us with so many documentaries on being healthy, I decided to watch, not one, not too, but three documentaries on food, nutricition, and basically being “vegucated”.

For those of you don’t know, I’m a clean eater. I don’t do fast food, GMOs, white flour, sodas, processed meat, vegetable oils, sugar, basically anything bad for you. But after watching and being aware of other things that contributes to deadly chronic diseases, it really changed my perspective of how I see food and how I eat.

To get to the point and not sound too “preachy” I wanted you all to become aware of what you’re putting in your bodies. Educate yourself with healthier foods and love yourself enough to change your lifestyle.
Happy eating, everyone.😋😋
Pictured: cucumber salad with cilantro, avocados, tomatoes! 🌿🌾🌱

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Sweet Potato Avocado Toast

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Ditch the bread, avocado toast is all about the sweet potatoes now! Try it out, simple and easy for a quick bite.

This one is 3 different takes on #avotoast with just a few simple ingredients:

  1. Avocado, tomatoes and feta cheese
  2. Smashed avocados topped with prosciutto with black pepper
  3. Avocado cubes, tomatoes and gouda cheese

 

Lazy Girls Guide To: Summer Salad

We’re cool for the Summer.

Basically the only way of making a fun and Instagram worthy salad. All you need is a pineapple, cucumber, avocado, arugula, dried cranberries and nuts! It’s that easy. And you will end up making snaps of it and hashtagging “pineapple goals”, “healthy eating”, “can’t believe I made this”, “that fit life be like”, etc.

If you’re deciding to host brunch or attend one–which you probably will, Summer is THE season for brunching ( just kidding, every season is brunching season!) this is what you’d want to bring!

The Cool Salad is very easy to make: cut the pineapple in half, carve out the fruit and just add all of the items above all diced up, including the diced pineapples. Very fresh and light, something that Blair Waldorf would end up eating (but not making, let’s be honest).

Enjoy!