Food Diary Wednesday 5

Dec 27, 2012 by

What I ate on Wednesday


Hello my Sweets :),

Who was naughty for the holidays?  I was 🙂 and I hope you guys were as well.  OMG I was as naughty as it gets on Christmas Eve and on the actual Christmas day I went on a junk food rampage.  To be honest I feel pretty good about it, we all need to relax for the holidays and drop it like it’s hot.  We work so hard during the year and we eat so clean that it would be a sin if we didn’t stuff our faces when the holidays came around.  I ate so much in the last 3 days that today I took it easy because I still felt full from the previous day.


Also, I have something cool to share which I think it will be very useful to you guys. After watching the documentary ” The Beautiful Truth” and ” Gerson Miracle ” ( watch ” Gerson Miracle ” and ” Beautiful Truth” online for free ), I decided to get a juicer and now I am making amazing fresh juice every morning.  I get all of the in season organic veggies and fruits that I can and mix my own different combos every day.  This juicer was the best investment every, I got for only 100 dollars and I’m loving it.

Make sure you check out these documentaries, because the information that’s there is really precious ( the natural cure’s for cancer and other diseases ).  Nutrition is medicine!

Anyways, enough blah blah let me show you what I ate today:


My Breakfast


As usual I’ve had my morning huge cup of coffee in my Buddha mug right after I woke up.  My breakfast was very late today because after I woke-up and had my coffee, I did an empty stomach HIIT for 20 minutes.  Then I waited about 40 minutes before I had my breakfast.

For actual breakfast I’ve had just 2 cups of freshly squeezed juice.  Here are the ingredients I’ve used:


What I ate on Wednesday


And here is my Juice


What I ate on Wednesday


I’ve had 2 cups of these


I felt full after I drank it, so I waited about 30 minutes to eat and this is what I ate


What I ate on Wednesday


Healthy Homemade coconut muffins ( Will be posting a recipe for these tomorrow )  with coconut oil on top and imitation crab.  I love to buy a packets of imitation crab and I love to eat them plain.


Today’s Snack


What I ate On Wednesday


Raw organic cashews, raw pumpkin seeds, organic pear.




What I ate On Wednesday


I always have very similar dinner.  Today I had Supergreens ( spinach, baby kale, arugula ), organic tomatoes, chicken.  As my dessert I’ve had Whole Dates ( not pitted ), I know they look like they are but they are not. I can’t stand pitted dates.


That’s it :)))

We are filming a new workout for you guys on Friday.  Our filming schedule has been very off  because Miguel has to drive to Tampa, his grandfather has been sick in the hospital for several weeks now so he is trying to go there and spend time with him as much as he can.  This Christmas has been very difficult for our family because it’s hard to enjoy and celebrate when someone you love is sick.  But we are  being positive and optimistic, we have to…

Also I wanted to let you guys know if you have any questions and I didn’t respond in the comment section ( it’s been difficult to catch all the comments lately ), you can always message me on Facebook.




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  • mm, can’t wait for the recipe on the cocount muffins. i’m very sorry to hear about Miguel’s dad…sending good vibes his way!

    • Thank you for you positivity sweetie)))

      I am posting the recipe tomorrow 🙂

  • Heather Lindsay

    Seriously, YUM! That all looks fabulous.

  • SuSu

    I will have to check out those 2 videos tomorrow. I have a juicer that I rarely use because I cannot justify throwing out all the fiber. It becomes a very sugary drink from the fruit/veggie sugars with added nutrients. Will check these out though. Food looked so good today tatitat! Cannot wait for the coconut muffin recipe!!!!!

    • Susu, use the fiber in, soups, muffins or baked goods.

      • OMG that is a great idea, I’m gonna have to split it with my rabbit now. I was wondering what else I could do with it, now I know))

      • SuSu

        It’s not about just not using the fiber, it is more about separating the fiber from the sugar. Your body needs fiber WITH the sugar. But I will looking at these videos today.

    • I don’t throw out the fiber :), I give it to my rabbit 🙂

  • Sad to hear of the illness of your grandpa in-law. My hearts goes to your family…I’m sending good vibes as well.

    • Thank you for your kindness love 🙂

  • tee_w

    My heart goes out to Miguel and his grandfather, you have lots of workouts here, take care of family, more important! We will still be here!

    I’m enjoying your food posts, looks yummy, and I’ve been rooting around in your archives for workouts, having fun!

    Best wishes! 🙂

  • taltul73

    hey there.. praying for Miguel grandfather… wish you all peace and sending my love.

    i like you food posts..i do the juice every morning.. (celery… Chard leafs-from beat – . lemon. fresh Ginger and apple ) the ginger and lemon are so healthy for you

    have a blessed day.

  • Love how you tell us the time gaps. Thank you for always inspiring us Tati. Merry Christmas and happy new year.

    • Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Pauline!!!

  • JB

    My sympathies for you and your hubby – it is so difficult when a loved one is sick and especially when they are in the hospital around the holidays!!! Hang in there 🙂

  • Mary Lou

    My husband lost his father (he had been sick for a while) over the summer, so I know how hard it is around the holidays. You’ll be in our prayers.

  • Gerri Lee Schafer

    my thoughts go out to Miguel and his family…………….tough time of year, but hang in there baby

  • Evaleen

    *Hugs* for your family Tati… whatever may happen I hope Miguel has gotten quality time with his granddad, it’s precious and irreplaceable. Will be praying for the best though, no giving up. 🙂

    Your cup of juice btw, it looks so pretty! So fresh and bubbly, unlike bottled stuff… I rarely drink the stuff, plus like SuSu, I feel better consuming whole fruits and veggies. Still, would make a lovely treat now and then 🙂 but I’m currently lost as to which juicer to get, never owned/operated one.

  • Sending you and Miguel love and good thoughts for his grandpa. So sorry that happened. On a much less serious note, congrats on the juicer–we bought one for ourselves for Christmas about 2 years ago and LOOOVE it. The only downside is cleaning it. But you can also take the veggie pulp and make stuff out of it. I used to make some every morning, usually with grapefruit, beets, kale, carrots, and apples. I love beets–you can juice the greens, too, and it makes the juice nice and dark. I feel like a vampire drinking it. Strawberries, grapes and canteloupe are also all great. You don’t even have to take the grapes off twigs–you can just put thte bunch in and it separates the twigs. And apples are great too. You can get so much juice out of them! Anyway, that’s why I get SO ANNOYED when people try to say juice is bad for you. I just don’t believe that something so fresh and raw and full of nutrition is going to make you gain weight or ruin your teeth or any such nonsense. Glad you’re having fun with it. Think I’ll make myself in a sec. 🙂

  • I finally had the time to watch the movies. I was only able to watch “Beautiful Truth”, can’t watch the other in Canada. Here is my take on the doc that I saw. I’m always weary when a healthful life style like jucing is held up as the be all and cure all of any disease. Heathy habits are good for us in general, but an healthy life style does not prevent all diseases. I was a vegetarian and I was juicing for 15 years before I got uterine cancer.

    Personally, I’m pro alternative medicines and a champion of alternative medicines,but sometime shake my head when read or see very broad claims. I still juice about four times a week. Juicing is good but it is not a miracle cure.