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The Lifebox Food Journal Series: Episode 5 with Caggie Dunlop
20 August 2016
Welcome once again to our fantastic food journal series. Each month we put one of our health & wellness heroes into the comfy Lifebox hot seat to bring you a little insight into their daily food diary and ways of incorporating a healthy lifestyle into a hectic schedule. We also put them through their paces in our quick fire round where they spill the beans and tell you all their “must have” favourite foods, life hacks and things to look out for in 2016!
This month is a HOT one. We have got a SERIOUS girl crush on this month’s Lifebox Food Journal star, a fondness that has developed since she first appeared in Made in Chelsea and when we first heard her delicious singing voice on the show way back when.
She has always been our Queen of MIC, a genuinely lovely girl and as one of our subscribers (she currently receives our Cleanse Vegan Lifebox every month) we thought it only right to get her into our hot seat and share with you a typical day in the life of the multi-talented hottie.
My Food Journal: A little insight into what a typical food day looks like for Caggie
3eggs, an avocado sweet potato and copious amounts of chilli flakes.
Usually i’ll be out for lunch and will have a salad from the good life eatery, called the hollywood tabouleh – which is quinoa, broccoli and cauliflower, toasted chickpeas and feta with sweet potato mash.
Dinner I will cook, and like to make budda bowls. So will throw in some veg, whatever is in the fridge, and then add brown rice/quinoa/bulgar wheat. Avocado and humous and chilli. Usually this follows with dark chocolate…which is my weakness!
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Caggie’s Quick fire round
Your Go to healthy snack
Avocado on rice cakes with hummus & tomato
Your Go to quick workout / exercise
I like doing a full body conditioning, thats not too stressful but more toning.
Your Go to way to unwind and find a moment of calm
Yoga. or netflix, red wine and dark chocolate
Your Go to way to feel magnificent
Drink loads of water, drink green juice and exercise. Cut coffee. Cut sugar
Your Go to wellness blog / book
I really like reading Isabelle Cornish’s site
Your personal Mantra
“I intend to feel good.”
New trend to look out for in 2016?
Roasted chickpeas. If that counts?! and Matcha EVERYTHING.
Your favourite indulgent treat (when you just need that piece of green & blacks or slice of pizza!)
I just discovered Coconut lindt chocolate. OMG. Also, almond butter. possibly the best thing on earth…
A simple favourite fail safe healthy recipe
chicken, sweet potato, green salad!
Your favourite and most useful healthy life hack
Swap normal tea to Rooibos to reduce caffeine intake
Your health / wellness Icon / Guru (!)
Until the next instalment, a huge thanks to Caggie……..eat well, feel well & thrive!
Jen & The LB Crew x x
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