Hello Lovelies!
This is my first time writing an article, so I hope you enjoy! I have made a plan of (mostly) healthy foods for the week. I am doing Monday through Friday, because the weekends can be hard to watch what you eat, especially if you go out. I am thinking of making this a series, so if you enjoy and want more send me a message!

Day One: Monday
Breakfast~ Strawberry and banana smoothie with greek yogurt
This is perfect for making on a Monday i you are running late, because you can put it in a cup and bring it with you!
Snack~ Almonds and grapes
Almonds have a ton of protein, but you don't want to eat too many. A serving size of almonds is about a handful of them.
Lunch~ Grilled Chicken and Spinach Salad
This is a chance to be as creative as you would like! You can choose fruits, vegetables, and dressings to put on your salad to make it colorful and tasty.
Dinner~ Black bean chili

Day Two: Tuesday
Breakfast~ Scrambled Eggs and Turkey Bacon
Eggs are very healthy and turkey bacon is so much better for you than regular pork bacon. And surprisingly, it doesn't taste too bad!
Snack~ Apple Slices and Peanut Butter
Apples provide plenty of fiber and peanut butter just makes it taste yummy!
Lunch~ Lettuce Wrap with Quinoa
Lettuce is much healthier than bread or tortillas. Quinoa is a substitute for rice and is gluten free and is AMAZING.
Dinner~ Fish Tacos
If possible, try to get organic, whole grain tortillas.

Day Three: Wednesday
Breakfast~ Ham and Cheese Mini Bagel
These are adorable and so delicious. I like to put them in the microwave to melt the cheese.
Snack~ Granola Bar
Not all of these are that healthy, but they are so tasty!
Lunch~ Hummus and vegetable with tortilla chips
Vegetables can include, but are not limited to, broccoli, celery, and carrots.
Dinner~ Shrimp and Vegetables Stir Fry
Vegetables can include squash, zucchini, onions, and peppers. I recommend
using coconut oil to cook it with.

Day Four: Thursday
Breakfast~ Banana and Greek Yogurt
Bananas are rich in potassium and greek yogurt has twice the protein of regular yogurts.
Snack~ Sliced kiwis and strawberries
Lunch~ Homemade lunchable with meat, cheese, and crackers with cucumbers
The cucumbers can be part of the cracker sandwiches or separate.
Dinner~ Zucchini "pasta"
This requires a spiralizer, but is totally worth the investment!

Day Five: FRIDAY!
Breakfast~ Oatmeal with Blueberries
I love oatmeal with fresh blueberries and honey.
Snack~ Chocolate covered strawberries
Why not? It's Friday!
Lunch~ Fruit salad
Make it colorful with a rainbow of fruit.
Dinner~ Spinach and white sauce pizza
if you want, you can make it from scratch, or find one and pop it in the oven.

This is all I have for right now! I hope you enjoyed and have a wonderful day :)

<3 Dezarae <3