I’m back to teaching group fitness! Today I taught my first class since my hip surgery. I am no longer able to teach BodyPump but I am teaching the Women on Weights class!
Before I taught my class, I did a workout of my own. I did the elliptical for about twenty minutes followed by two rounds of the Bikini Body Mommy strength workout.
I’m not back to doing the BBM cardio workouts yet, but the strength workouts aren’t a problem.
Before I went to the gym, I had a VitaEgg Flatbread Sandwich. Vitalicious recently sent me these new flatbread egg sandwiches to try.
They’re the same company that makes the VitaTops which I love!
Today was the perfect day to eat one because I needed something fast, easy, and still healthy.
I had the cheese and veggie flatbread.
They also come in turkey sauce and veggie sausage.
The new flatbread sandwiches are between 120 and 160 calories each. They have 10-15 grams of protein, 7-9 grams of fiber, 1.5-3.5 grams of fat, and 160mg of omega-3 DHA.
I love that these have a lot of protein and fiber because that’s what I struggle with getting enough of in my diet.
Danny tried out the turkey sausage flatbread. He even took a picture of it on his phone without me even asking him to!
He liked the flatbread sandwich but he said that he would have preferred it with cheese. Luckily, the veggie sauce flatbread does have cheese!
These sandwiches leave the yolks in the eggs which is important because they contain lutein for eye health, choline for brain health, and omega-3 DHA for heart health. I’m usually not a huge yolk person but in a sandwich they taste great and have so many health benefits.
These sandwiches don’t have any artificial preservatives,coloring, or cholesterol. They are available online and in the freezer section at the grocery store.
I’ve really been trying to stick to my healthy eating lately. Yesterday for lunch, I had leftover California roll from Whole Foods and a salad with the organic chicken tenders.
I love this salad. I honestly eat it almost every single day.
For dinner, I made coho salmon which I also got from Whole Foods.
I haven’t had salmon in so long. I seasoned it with a little bit of olive oil, garlic, and dill. Then I cooked it in the oven in a foil packet on 400 degrees for about 15-20 minutes. I ate it with green beans and a sweet potato. Yum!
Lots of healthy eats!
Have a great afternoon!
- What is your favorite healthy breakfast?
- Do you like fish/seafood? Favorite?
Vitalicious sent me these new flatbread sandwiches to try out at no cost to me. All opinions are my own…and Danny’s.