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  1. BASE: 2-3 handfuls of your greens of choice (suggestion: arugula, spinach, leafy greens, spring mix)

  2. VEGGIES: 1/4 to 1/2 cup cooked beets, cooked sweet potato, roasted broccoli, handful of cooked or raw onion, chopped cucumber, tomatoes, etc. 

  3. WHOLE-GRAIN CARB: 1/4 to 1/2 cup brown rice, quinoa, or farro (cooked)

  4. PROTEIN: 1/4 cup cooked protein source (i.e.: baked chicken breast, cooked shrimp, cooked tofu, black beans)

  5. FATS: Handful of chopped nuts (i.e.: almonds, walnuts, pecans), avocado chunks, or cheese

  6. DRESSING: Vinaigrettes are a great choice! Most often they are the lowest-calorie option with the least amount of processed ingredients. Some examples include: balsamic vinaigrette, lemon vinaigrette, French vinaigrette, etc. 

Easy Salad

Each meal should be comprised of carbs, proteins, and fats. This allows for optimal digestion and to keep you full. Salads are an easy way to make sure you hit these three macronutrients! Follow these steps to make a well-rounded, filling, and flavorful salad:

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