“Do you have any tips for clean eating at picnics and on beach days?”
“How do you stay healthy on the weekend?”
“What are your go-to clean eating snacks?”
As Health Coaches at a high-tech holistic medical practice, we get asked about the way we eat and live all the time.
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Today, we’re giving you a round-up of “What Would My Coach Do?” and helping you pack your summer day bag:
1. What’s your current clean eating grab-and-go snack?
Jennifer: Apple slices and unsweetened sunflower seed butter.
Klara: Beetroot hummus (the one from Campbell’s Cheese & Grocery) with mini cucumbers and GF organic tortilla chips.
2. Favorite packed lunch for clean eating?
Lily: Brown rice wraps filled with sliced raw vegetables and avocado, kale salads, watermelon.
Jennifer: Roasted carrot, fennel, and black lentil salad with harissa + Anita’s yoghurt.
Jackie: Quinoa salad with tomatoes, basil, scallions + shallot lemon vinagrette.
Klara: I make GF sandwiches at home with egg, bacon, avocado and hot sauce. There’s something deeply nostalgic and familiar about unwrapping a sandwich on the beach after a swim.
3. What sunscreen are you using this summer?
Lily: Beautycounter’s All Over Sunscreen SPF 30
Jennifer: Pratima’s Neem Vetiver SPF 30.
Jackie: Keys Solar Rx Moisturizer with Broad Spectrum SPF30
Klara: Raw Elements Eco Formula from our girls at CAP.
4. What’s the thing you always bring?
Lily: SPF lip balm, Piperwai deodorant, and a magazine.
Jennifer: Homemade rose water spray (recipe below!)
Jackie: Water with ice in a thermos!
Klara: My Canon. It’s a non-phone camera (remember those?). There’s so much happiness to capture at the beach. I love finding old photos of my parents, grandparents or any loved one on the beach, but they’re a rare sighting. I want endless albums full of our youthful, blissful beach days.
5. What’s Jennifer’s rose water recipe?
- Rinse organic rose petals with cool water to wash away any residue and place in a large sauce pan. Fill the pan with just enough distilled water to cover the rose petals.
- Cover with a lid and simmer until the rose petals lost their color. Once the petals lose their color, drain the liquid into a heat safe jar. Allow to cool, then cover and store in a cool place.
- This is great to use to as a skin refresher = just give your face a spritz when you need a pick me up.