Eating Healthy


These three Crossfitters are serious about their food. I joined them for
lunch at Specialty’s in Milpitas where we found lots of options to
enjoy a nutritionized balanced meal. They have nice sized salads with lots of veggie and meat varieties. I have also been noticing that more and more restaurants are providing the nutritional value for their meals. When your peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a whopping 1200 cals and full of carbohydrates, it may not look as appealing. As many of you finish off your first week of
going zoleo you may be facing a common hurdle: time and convenience.
Since this is a lifestyle I encourage you to continue visiting your
favorite food spots and take a closer look at the menu, I guarantee you
will find something that fits into the plan and still appeals to the
taste buds.

I also encourage you to share these food finds with the rest of us so we
can all savor the goodness too :)

For those of you taking on the 6 week challenge, don’t forget to send in your food logs.

Here are 10 tips to help you eat more healthy!

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Ritu Riyat is an applied yoga and mindfulness expert. She equips her clients with tools to reconnect with their bodies, eliminate stress, and make more informed decisions about their health and well being.

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One thought on “Eating Healthy

  1. PI
    July 21, 2010 at 11:36 am

    What salads in particular would you consider healthy at Specialty’s? I pick up the Chinese Chicken Salad once in awhile and leave out the wonton strips and bread. I was looking at the nutritional info, and it appears to have less sodium than the others, and seems to be a bit more balanced. What would you recommend? I think it’s a great place to pick up coffee and a salad before going to work, I’m just not sure what to order. Thanks…

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