My Healthy 3-Minute Meals For The Busy Professional

Happy Sunday!  As you are getting ready for another productive week and stocking up your fridge, why not try making your own meals this week?

Would you like to know how I stay energized and productive at work all day long with the energy of a teenager?  Well, the secret is in the mind and the body. So besides fueling your mind with positive and productive thoughts, you must also fuel your body with the proper foods, foods that energize you.  So what are you putting in your body during your work week?  I often hear executives tell me that they don’t eat healthy because they do not have time to.  But in reality, eating healthy does not have to take up much time at all.  Below I have shared with you a few of my 3-minute healthy recipes for the busy professionals. And yes it takes just 3 minutes or less for each – I timed it myself. 🙂

Keep things simple with fresh ingredients and assemble your ingredients ahead of time on Sundays when you go grocery shopping.  See below for very simple, easy, and quick meal options for your busy day.  As long as you have a kitchen, sink, and fridge at the office, then you are really good to go.  Stay tuned for more of my healthy eats in the near future…

Much love,  tu-anh

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Breakfast option: spinach tortilla, cheddar, avocado, eggs, and fresh spinach.
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Lunch option: spinach, shredded chicken, onion, walnuts, avocado, chopped kale, sriracha hot sauce, black pepper, sea salt, olive oil, and fresh lemon squeeze.  This will give you a boost of energy, too.  To drink: unsweetened cranberry juice with sparking water or green tea.
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Afternoon energy booster: nonfat plain yogurt, avocado, spinach, crushed ice, and banana for a smoothie.
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Another breakfast option: berries, granola, and almond milk
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Dinner with a glass of wine: spinach, avocado, corn, seaweed, crushed almonds, olive oil, sea salt, lemon and pepper.

2 thoughts on “My Healthy 3-Minute Meals For The Busy Professional”

  1. These are some amazing ideas. I teach full time opinion a public school and take doctorate course two days a week. At 3-4 pm I feel my energy just crush. Will definitely try the Energy Booster!

  2. Yes, let me know how you like it. If you want even more energy, try kale in place of spinach or both and replace the banana with 1 teaspoon or less of organic honey.

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