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An easy way to know whether your nutrition is varied is to look for an array of colours on the plate. That’s because nutrients (micro and phyto) present themselves as various pigments in nature. So a rainbow from whole, real FOODS is an easy sign of nutrient density. 
Quick colourful lunch today includes a base of white cauliflower fritters (recipe coming this week 👀 ) topped with eggs, purple radish micro greens, green avocado and red pickled peppers. 
This meal is making me want to open a brunch spot just to serve this for breakfast because it’s ridiculously good. Would you order it?! 😅
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Snacks are meant to help curb your appetite, boost energy levels and keep you satisfied between meals. This can’t be achieved when snacks are eaten on the fly and mindlessly.

A slow snack should consist of:
✨high fiber carbs like whole fruit for slow-release of energy
✨ Source of protein/fat to further slow the release of energy and also keep you full longer
✨be eaten slowly, seated and phone-free 🙈

I know that last point is tough when on the go, but I know you have 2 minutes to eat a yogurt with focused attention 😊

Use this time to take a few deep breaths before getting back to work and really enjoying your snack. 
On that note, I’m going to put the phone down and enjoy this epic snack of banana + peanut butter + cocoa nibs + cinnamon and coconut shavings! 💕😋 Who’s going to try this snack out? SO good

If you only have a little time to spare for prep, focus on veggies! These foods should be the BASE of all your meals so it makes sense for them to be the BASE of your meal prep! ✨

✨ String beans in garlicky tomato sauce
✨Blanched asparagus (that will be sautéed or used in omelets during the week)
✨Broccoli, potato and cheddar soup (for lunches)
✨ Steamed cauliflower. Used half to make cauliflower fritters💃🏻 If you haven’t seen it yet, check out the veggie meal prep video on the @motivenutrition YouTube channel for some tips. 👍🏻 What veggies did you prep this weekend?! 👇🏼
Loaded with protein and fiber, chickpeas make such a nutritious and satisfying snack! Roast them with your favorite spices and you’ve also got something to satisfy that salty/crunchy craving 💃🏻 Recipe below! Tag someone who needs to make these for you 👇🏼 -
1) Preheat oven to 400 degrees F
2) Drain, rinse and pat DRY 1 (19oz) can of chickpeas.
3) Toss in 2 tbsp olive oil, 1 teaspoon chili powder, 1/4 teaspoon cumin, 1/4 teaspoon turmeric, pinch of cayenne powder and 1/2 tsp kosher salt.
4) Spread evenly and bake for 45 minutes or until crispy.
Crunch away ☺️