Noms of Jan

In place of the “Noms of the Day” series that I’ve been doing, I decided to just gather up a bunch of my meals and share them in a gallery with you all at the end of the month. This way, you can see more at once! With that said, here are some of my (healthy) “noms” throughout January. C:




left: oatmeal w/ bananas, apples, pumpkin seeds, almonds, blackberries | right: greek yogurt w/ flax seeds, almonds, apples (for the #bodypoplogo contest!)
left: chia oats w/ oranges, hemp seeds, coconut chips | right: overnight berry oats w/ almonds, coconut chips, hemp seeds, chia seeds, apples
left: greek yogurt w/ flax seeds, chia seeds, bananas, pears | right: chia oats w/ apples, asian pears, coconut chips
 left: berry chia oatmeal | right: greek yogurt w/ flax seeds, pear, coconut chips




left: spinach omelette, cucumber sandwich | right: baked salmon, kale, edamame, tomatoes, egg
left: baked salmon, kale, kidney beans, roasted veggies | right: kale, penne pasta, scrambled egg
left: hemp seed green salad, baked cod | right: sweet potato zucchini fritters
left: tuna salad stuffed pepper, roasted chickpeas, spinach | right: baked avocado egg, avocado toasts, scrambled egg whites w/ veggies




left: mozzarella veggies | right: banana icecream

left: oranges, raw almonds | right: blackberry pumpkin seed chia pudding
left: apple chia yogurt parfait | right: orange mug muffin
left: flax seed, yogurt toast | right: bell pepper & carrots w/ hummus




left: white rice // abalone, lettuce | right: white rice // pan-fried black cod // stir-fry zucchini, carrot, beef, squid
left: wild rice & quinoa // shredded potatoes // stir-fry flowering cabbage, onions, carrots, beef  | right: brown rice // bok choy & scallops // stir-fry green beans, beef
left: pasta soup with napa cabbage, cucumbers, spring onions, chicken breast | right: wild rice & quinoa // bok choy // steamed tilapia & tofu // shredded potatoes


Of course, there’s also the awesome food I’ve tried at different restaurants, but you can check out my reviews for those. Most of these are pretty simple to make, but if you’d like a recipe for anything, don’t hesitate to leave me a request. (:
Okay everyone, we made it through the first month of 2015.. let’s make the second just as great! 

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