Meal Plans for Sugar Free Steptember

Meal Plan

Week 1: Low Carb and Low/No sugar

Type/Day Mon, Wed, Friday Tues & Thurs
Breakfast Omelette with Smoked Salmon, Spinach and Capers

Black Coffee

Scrambled eggs with Zucchini and tomato

Black Coffee

Morning Tea Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks

Green Tea

½ an Avocado

11 Almonds

Green Tea

Lunch Grilled chicken breast with green beans and sweet potato Tofu w/
Afternoon tea 1 A Green Apple

Rooibos Tea

100g Chicken breast w/Hummus

Rooibos Tea

Afternoon tea 2 11 Almonds Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks
Dinner Lamb Cutlets w/Cabbage, Onion, Garlic and Zucchini Tin Tuna and mixed salad
Dessert Protein Shake Protein Shake

 

Week 2: Low Carb and Low/No sugar

Type/Day Mon, Wed, Friday Tues & Thurs
Breakfast Spinach and mushroom crustless quiche

Black Coffee

Cauliflower Hash Browns w/two fried eggs and asparagus

Black Coffee

Morning Tea Sweet Potato Mash

Green Tea

Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks

Green Tea

Lunch Open Steak Burger, onion, tomato, beetroot mustard, spinach (no bun) Homemade Pumpkin Soup
Afternoon tea 1 Snow Peas

Rooibos Tea

Chicken Breast and Hummus

Rooibos Tea

Afternoon tea 2 Pistachios 11 Almonds
Dinner Chicken w/Cabbage, Onion, Garlic and Zucchini Steak, Sweet Potato and Snow peas
Dessert Protein Shake Protein Shake

 

Week 3: Low Carb and Low/No sugar

Type/Day Mon, Wed, Friday Tues & Thurs
Breakfast Spinach and basil pesto omelette

Black Coffee

Lean Steak, two fried eggs and mushroom

Black Coffee

Morning Tea Green Apple

Green Tea

Pear

Green Tea

Lunch BBQ Chicken, hummus and sweet potato mash Tuna and Cabbage mix with anchovies, eggplant, zucchini, red capsicum, chilli and spinach
Afternoon tea 1 Cherry tomatoes and black olives Two boiled eggs
Afternoon tea 2 11 Almonds Pistachios
Dinner Steak, egg, onion corn and spinach Turkey rissoles, broccoli, cauliflower and peas
Dessert Protein Shake Protein Shake

 
Week 4: Low Carb and Low/No sugar

Type/Day Mon, Wed, Friday Tues & Thurs
Breakfast 3 egg omelette with mushroom, tofu, red capsicum and onion

Black Coffee

Cauliflower Hash Browns w/two fried eggs and asparagus

Black Coffee

Morning Tea Green Apple

Green Tea

Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks

Green Tea

Lunch Lean Steak and mixed salad w/olives Salmon fillet with steamed vegetables
Afternoon tea 1 Chicken Breast and Hummus

Rooibos Tea

Tin of tuna in springwater

Rooibos Tea

Afternoon tea 2 11 Almonds Mashed Sweet Potato
Dinner Barramundi  fish and mashed sweet potato Kanga Bangas

Snowpeas, peas, beans and broccoli

Dessert Protein Shake Protein Shake

 

My Next Challenge: Sugar Free Steptember

You may or may not know by now that I love a challenge.

I regularly try to do new things, things that scare me and things that challenge me to better myself.

An example of this would be; I went Go Karting the other night, after much hesitation what felt like months of saying no I finally said yes. I was incredibly tired that day from a few back to back nights of interrupted sleep. As we waiting for our turn on the track I could feel myself growing more and more anxious. I never liked to be in control of small vehicles even as a kid I always wanted someone else to steer or to drive so the thought that I was supposed to drive this little kart as quick as I could around a winding track made me feel so anxious I thought I was going to throw-up in my helmet. But I did it, I put my foot down (not very fast mind you) and made my way around the track. It felt like I was on that track for hours (actually only 15 minutes) but I did it,  I am now confident that if for some reason I get talked in to Go Karting again that I can do it. Put the fact that I was a Grandma driver aside, I was proud of myself.

So for my next challenge not only have I agreed to participate in Steptember which is a challenge to walk 10,000+ steps a day for the month of September in order to raise funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance. I have also decided that I would participate in Sugar free September.

If you are interested in supporting me through my double challenge this September, you can donate via this link: https://stept.io/vsd1ipG all monies raised will go to children and adults living with cerebral palsy.

I would love to hear from anyone who has done a sugar free challenge or who lives sugar free. I am super interested to see how I feel after the month and will be sure to get back to you with some details.

Also if anyone would like to join in with me, please hit me up. Comment, message or email me I would love to talk about the process, the ups, the downs and be of support to you throughout the 30 days.

The only way I figure I can get through this challenge is to be organised, so I have drawn up my meal plans for the month which I am more than happy to share with you as I go.

Week 1:

Type/Day Mon, Wed, Friday, Sun Tues & Thurs, Sat
Breakfast Omelette with Smoked Salmon, Spinach and Capers

Black Coffee

Scrambled eggs with Zucchini and tomato

Black Coffee

Morning Tea Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks

Green Tea

½ an Avocado

11 Almonds

Green Tea

Lunch Grilled chicken breast with Green Beans and Sweet Potato Tofu w/ Broccoli, Green Beans, Corn and Brussel Sprouts.
Afternoon tea 1 A Green Apple

Rooibos Tea

100g Chicken breast w/Hummus

Rooibos Tea

Afternoon tea 2 11 Almonds Carrot, Celery and Cucumber sticks
Dinner Lamb Cutlets w/Cabbage, Onion, Garlic and Zucchini Tin Tuna and Mixed Salad
Dessert Protein Shake Protein Shake

I would say that I am a healthy eater generally. I write meal plans and do my meal preparation fortnightly. I will admit this year I have become quite a fan of cake, my taste-buds shifted from being all about the savoury food to all about the sweet food, but hopefully after Sugar Free September this will not be the case anymore.

So wish me luck and again reach out if you are interested in participating with me or if you have any advice for me to get me through this coming Sugar Free Steptember

Kristy

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