5 MUST-HAVE Foods for a Bikini Body!

Well HALELLUIA Spring is finally here!!! And don’t we all just welcome it with open arms and slightly wider hips. Lets keep it real here…this past Winter was a bitch! It was super cold, very wet and just plain old horrible. Not only did it affect motivation to stay active (or be social in my case) but it also encouraged us to fall off the clean eats ban wagon and invite us to couch surf and eat naughty food.

So as your Mentor, Trainer and Coach I’m going to make it a little easier for you to get that Bikini Body rocking this Summer. Of course that means regular EXERCISE.. and for the best results follow our amazing new program Bikini ATHLETIX but lets touch on the nutrition side of things for this blog post.

Want those extra kilos that crept on over winter drop off the healthy way? Put these five power foods on your plate, and eat your way to a trimmer you!

1. Salmon
This rich protein has the power to fill you up, thanks to plenty of healthy fats that also pack metabolism-boosting omega-3’s.

2. Cucumbers
More than 90 percent water, the ol’ cukes are great for beating bloat or when you want a crunchy snack for next-to-no calories.

3. Strawberries
A recent study found that munching on these berries instead of other sweets led people to eat an average of 134 fewer calories at their next meal. If I’m out n about and feeling peckish, I head to the nearest fruit shop and down a punnet!

4. Hazelnuts
The smoky nuts are loaded with monounsaturated fats that can help blast belly blub. They also contain ample fiber, folate, and potassium.

5. Eggs
Two have nearly a quarter of the satiating protein you need in a day—one reason research shows that eating eggs in the a.m. = eating less all day long. So this is a no-brainer!

Now that you’re ready to create delicious fat-blasting meals, check out this recipe from our Bikini ATHLETIX Lifestyle Guidelines eBook that all Vixens receive FREE as part of being an exclusive member!

SPINACH AND EGG SURPRISE
Ingredients
• 300 g spinach
• 3 eggs
• Black pepper
• Olive oil
• 1 teaspoon of sesame seeds
Method
• Wilt the spinach in a heated saucepan.
• Squeeze excess water out.
• Place spinach into an oven proof dish.
• Make into three birds nest shapes and crack an egg into each one.
• Sprinkle black pepper and sesame seeds onto top of egg.
• Bake in oven (180°C) for 15 minutes or until eggs are set.

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