How to eat like a personal trainer: Top fitness coach shares the ‘game-changing’ salad she eats every day of the week
- Aussie personal trainer Emily Skye, 38, shared her favourite salad recipe
- The dish is perfect for those wanting to lose weight and is quick to prepare
Personal trainer Emily Skye has shared the healthy salad recipe she enjoys every day – and it’s perfect for those wanting to lose weight without burning muscle.
The 38-year-old mum-of-two, from the Gold Coast, revealed the simple recipe on Instagram and said the ‘healthy salad’ makes her feel amazing..
‘I eat a variation of this almost every day,’ she said alongside a video of the creation.
‘Hope you like it as much as I do!’
Glamorous fitness trainer and mum-of-two Emily Skye (pictured), from the Gold Coast, shared her favourite healthy salad recipe
The 38-year-old mum-of-two, from the Gold Coast, revealed the simple recipe on Instagram and said the ‘healthy salad’ makes her feel amazing
Emily’s ‘day on a plate’ at a glance
Breakfast smoothie – water, frozen berries, baby spinach, coconut milk, protein powder, rolled oats, cocoa powder, chia seeds, ground cinnamon and ice cubes blitzed in a blender
Toast – low carb cassava bread toasted and topped with avocado, lemon juice, grated carrot, herbs, baby spinach and more lemon juice
Post-workout protein bar
Tea throughout the day
Lunch – a piece of fish and a fresh salad made with strawberries instead of tomatoes
Dinner – organic chicken sausages with dairy free bone both mayonnaise, zucchini, beetroot fried in coconut oil, coconut barbecue sauce, garlic, thyme, oregano and grated raw carrot with cinnamon on top
Dessert – low carb cinnamon doughnut from Seeds of Life, coconut yoghurt, blueberries and pineapple
Source: Emily Skye
The tasty meal consists of watercress, broccoli sprouts, grated carrot, sliced olives, feta cheese, avocado, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, chicken mince, blueberries, raspberries, lemon juice, coconut balsamic dressing and dulse flakes.
In the short clip, Emily begins by cooking the chicken mince in garlic and onion infused olive oil, then adds organic coconut barbecue amino sauce.
In a bowl she adds the remaining ingredients that don’t require any cooking; the whole thing can be made in less than 10 minutes.
The salad looks exceptionally delicious and can be made in less than 10 minutes
‘Looks so good! I love mixing fruit with salads – gives it that extra freshness and a pop of sweet,’ one person commented, another said: ‘Yes except no to olives and fruit.’
After giving birth to her second child, Emily was told her body was ‘ruined’ by strangers on the internet.
But with consistent training and dieting over nearly two years, the mum-of-two was able to shred the baby weight.
In a video, Emily exposed how she looked one month after giving birth compared to two years post-partum.
Last year Emily exposed how she looked one month after giving birth (left) compared to two years post-partum (right)
The first snippet of the clip shows Emily’s post-pregnancy bump, while the second part of the video shows her ‘sculpted’ abs and toned arms.
Emily gave birth to her first daughter Mia in 2017 and son Izaac in 2021.
Along with the video, Emily wrote: ‘I’m happy to say that I’m fitter & stronger than I’ve ever been & keep getting stronger! (Take THAT haters).’
The motivated fitness expert shared the clip to inspire other mums not to give up on themselves after becoming a parent.
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