HOW TO BUILD A FAT LOSS SALAD
This salad is simple to prepare and has become a favorite recipe for our program participants. It fits perfectly with the SculptFast Lifestyle guide that is featured inside of our SculptorBody Fitness transformation programs.
This recipe maintains an excellent balance between quality nutrients, antioxidants, proteins, fats, and slow burning carbohydrates that will keep you full for hours.
Here’s how to put it together in 12 simple steps –
STEP 1: GET OUT A RATHER LARGE BOWL
STEP 2: DICE UP MULTIPLE COLORS OF BELL OR SWEET PEPPERS
STEP 3: CHOP UP A HANDFUL OF BABY TOMATOES
STEP 4: CHOP UP A HANDFUL MUSHROOMS (I USED BABY BELLA MUSHROOMS IN THE PIC)
STEP 5: GRAB 2 GOOD HANDFULS OF MIXED GREENS (SPINACH, RED LEAF LETTUCE, & ROMAINE ARE PICTURED)
STEP 6: CHOP UP SOME BROCCOLI
STEP 7: ADD ALL CHOPPED INGREDIENTS INTO BOWL
STEP 8: ADD 1/2 OF CUP CANNED BLACK BEANS (DRAINED & WASHED) + 1/2 A CUP OF CANNED SWEET CORN (DRAINED)
STEP 9: ADD 1/8 CUP PICO DE GALLO (DRAINED) + 1/8 CUP SLICED BLACK OLIVES (DRAINED)
STEP 10: ADD 6-12 OZ OF YOUR FAVORITE PROTEIN SOURCE (TOFURKY BRAND SEASONED CHICK ‘N & TACO FLAVORED BOCA VEGETARIAN MEAT CRUMBLES ARE PICTURED)
STEP 11: ADD SOME *AVOCADO OIL, ITALIAN SEASONING, AND BUFFALO SAUCE (IF A LITTLE SPICINESS IS DESIRED)
STEP 12: MIX WELL AND ENJOY!!!!
Note: Normal prep time is about 20 mins. However, chopping up all the ingredients ahead of time and storing them in the refrigerator in separate containers will dramatically decrease prep time.
*#SCULPTORPROTIP: Olive oil, avocado, MCT oil, or any nuts may be used as substitutes for the fat source in this recipe. If you choose avocado or nuts for your fat source – you may also use salsa, spicy mustard, or a slightly lighter oil along with seasonings to add flavor.
You may also add any other vegetables that you desire. For example: cucumber, carrots, onions, zucchini, squash, chick peas, peas, green beans, celery, Lima beans, red beans, lentils, etc.
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