I’ve got the fabulous food and fitness feeling!

Well on Monday I started another live online Body Blast with a wonderful group of women and I’ve been very focused with food and training, had the odd glass of wine – my ultimate combination!

Also on Monday, which is very unlike me, I had a splitting head ache and I felt really overwhelmed with the amount of work I had to do this week… So I spoke to my team, asked permission from some of my clients to adjust the timings of a couple of things and I spent the afternoon in bed, totally relaxing after I had been for a nice power walk . My parents have been away for four weeks now who are a massive help with my twins and when you’ve worked all week, then spent all weekend with your children, and not had enough downtime, something has got to give!

Just giving myself permission to take just a few hours out was priceless and as a result, I had a great night’s sleep, felt recharged on Tuesday morning and had some great training sessions. Plus what was taking me a hours in the office on Monday morning, took me minutes once I’d had some time out.

Motto for us all – BEND DON’T BREAK!

Here are my food diaries for the week including my training sessions:

6am coffee, organic milk and 1/2 sugar
730am Vegetable juice (spinach, carrot, lemon, celery, cucumber and a small apple_
830am Wheat free toast x 1 slice with lot fat hoummas (only because I like to drizzle olive oil top!), avocado and olive oil & lemon
1230pm left over Vegetable risotto and a mixed salad
5pm Quinoa, stir fried veggies and prawns
8pm Small glass of red wine
9pm Bed

Did 50 min fast power walk

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530am Coffee (Harry wide awake at 520!)
630am Second coffee
730am Vegetable juice, but spilt half of it on the kitchen floor / wall!
8am Wheat free toast x 1 slice with lot fat hoummas (only because I like to drizzle olive oil top!), avocado and olive oil & lemon
1015am 45 mins fast swimming
1130am – Half an avocado with some left over prawns handsome french dressing, with a mini bowl of alfalfa and lf hoummas – pre conference call
130pm Really hungry – had carrot soup and 2 corn crisps and hoummas – don’t usually have corn crisps, maybe once every 2 or 3 weeks, its my quick back up plan
515pm I had some wheat free pasta twirls with some left over organic cheese sauce (but only had v small amount), with a packet os steamed broccoli
8pm Live webinar – sipped on rooibush tea
945pm Epsom salts bath
1015pm Bed

Did 1 conditioning video on top of swimming

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630am Coffee
730am Vegetable juice
845am Wheat free toast x 1 slice with lot fat hoummas (only because I like to drizzle olive oil top!), avocado and olive oil & lemon
1030am coffee
1230pm Left over wheat free pasta with pesto from boys lunch and bistro salad and alfalfa sprouts
345pm Did done 20 mins of conditioning and a 45 min interval run / power walk
5pm Smoked salmon on a piece of wheat free toast, alfalfa, fennel, bistro sale and peas
6pm Left over boys quinoa with prawns and left over avocado from breakfast
945pm Had 1 mini bottle of wine (so 2 small glasses) – just finished webinar and wanted to wine down
11pm Another one – worked late, until 1230am because of the wicked Daily Mail feature!
1am bed

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Busy day today, but I’ve already been for a 50 min fast swim and finish work early to pick my boys up from nursery school at 315pm, the sun is shining, my energy is great (despite being up at 630am after 5 hours sleep!), life is gooood!

Janey :o)

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  • Celia Bell March 16, 2013   Reply →

    How do you take your coffee? with milk?
    I read the article about the washboard stomach in the Mail this week, loved it! Currently addicted to sugar, lattes and not taking care of my stomach health so hence my question on the coffee

    thanks and best wishes

    • Janey March 16, 2013   Reply →

      Hi, Janey here… I have 1-2 cups of coffee a day with full fat organic milk (not very much and pretty much my only dairy intake)… I do treat myself to a latte once a week. I used to be a sugar addict, since giving it up (apart from the white wine that I love), it made a huge impact – appetite decreased, less hungry, easier to maintain / lose weight. White wine has 1st of sugar per glass, a banana 7, special K 8… so even though I have wine, my sugar intake is low. Have you done my FOOD BOOTCAMP FOR GIRLS? Its current;y on offer and there is a lot of sugar addiction stuff in there, along with about 10 hours of food diary analysis – the majority of which is helping people reduce sugar.. It’s only £35 at the moment (will go back up to the usual price of £60 soon), so I definitely recommend it to help you! Thanks Janey xx

  • Janey March 16, 2013   Reply →

    Sorry that should say tsp (ie the equivalent to 1 tsp of sugar in white wine, 7 in a banana etc) – thanks!

  • Karen March 17, 2013   Reply →

    Hi Janey, I would like to have the juice you mention bu I don’t want to go out and buy a juicer…….any other way you could suggest?



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