My Day on a Plate: Nina Maya’s daily diet

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Image credit: Chia Pudding by Bojon Gourmet & Kale Glow Bowl by The Glowing Fridge.

The Sydney-based interior design is renowned for her tailored, polished spaces and precise, considered approach. The same could be said for her stellar eating regime. 

Breakfast:A cup of Green Tea Sencha or Yabukita (Japanese Green Tea) and home-made chia pudding with almond milk, fresh fruit, activated seed and nut mix and a spoonful of coconut milk yogurt.

Morning snack:2 litres of water. 

Lunch:Poke bowl with tofu and tuna sashimi.  

Afternoon snack:  Cup of Genmaicha Tea (brown rice tea) and a cocoa Bliss Ball.

Dinner:  Quinoa and kale veggie bowl with smoked trout, fermented cabbage and pickles. 

WelleCo’s Dr. Simone Laubscher PhD says…

A very healthy day of eating Nina.  Breakfast is good but just a little low in protein - perhaps add 1/2 - 1 scoop of Nourishing Protein by WelleCo to your morning. Fantastic to see such a good water intake and balanced lunch. If your Bliss Balls are high in dates or date syrup, I would suggest eating a closed handful of almonds or walnuts. At dinner, it would be great to include some essential fatty acids, for example 1/4 - 1/2 of an avocado or 1 tablespoon of MCT (Medium-chain triglycerides) oil.