5 Clean Eating Spots Near Hidden Gym

You just finished a workout at your favorite gym, and you want to eat something that meets your macronutrients demand but is also delicious and filling. Here is a list of 5 clean eating spots near Hidden Gym.

1 – Tokyo Joe’s

At this place you can have healthy food inspired by the Japanese kitchen. You can choose from the menu card’s options or build your own healthy bowl with a source of protein, base, veggies, toppings and sauces of your choice. The best part is that there are healthy children’s meals as well, so you can pick up something for your kids on the way home!

https://order.tokyojoes.com/menu/mckinney

2 – Uni Sushi

If you are a fan of sushi, you should definitely check out this place! There is a wide variety of options, perfect for lunch or dinner. You can choose from different house rolls, fresh rolls, sushi, towers, tempura rolls, and baked rolls. Furthermore, there are also soups, salads, rice, noodles, and chef’s table specialties, so you’d better have some free time to choose your favorites.

http://www.unisushiplano.com/

3 – Freshii

Breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner, Freshii has you covered. Their menu provides tons of options, so you will never get bored from healthy food. You can choose from different burritos, salads, bowls, soups, wraps, snacks and puddings. There is also a kids’ menu, which makes it easier if you want to get food for the whole family from one place! You can also download their app, place orders in 3 simple steps, and pick up your food within minutes.

https://www.freshii.com/us/en-us/home

4 – Whole Foods Market

This is the place where you can shop organic products and healthy food. There are dozens of healthy, nutritious and protein rich options to choose from, so you can stack your kitchen with the right stuff. You can also have pre-packed tasty salads or create your own salad box there!

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/fairview

5 – Urban Nutrition

Sometimes we need something more than a filling meal and we start craving desserts that often do not fit in our diet. Urban Nutrition Lounge is here to help you stick to your plan and offer you healthy shakes and energy teas. At this place you can choose from pre and post workout shakes, wow shakes, and healthy teas that boost your energy and immune system. They are all made with Herbalife products, taste amazing and the shakes are packed with protein and important micronutrients, while being very low in calories!

https://www.facebook.com/urbannutritionlounge/

We hope that after you visit these places you will be convinced that healthy food can be delicious, and it is not difficult or time consuming to get it. We can’t wait to meet you at Hidden Gym and be a part of your fitness journey!

 

Clean Eating Recipe: Baked Enchilada Spaghetti Squash

Hi there, Alyssa here! It’s that time of the month for a recipe from Clean Eating with Lyss! I believe that clean eating should be fun, inventive, and yummy! I always strive to come up with recipes that are easy to whip up even for the most beginner cook, use smarter ingredients, and never lack great taste. I will always include the macro breakdown of each recipe so that you can easily track, adjust, and add these meals into your own dietary totals while striving to meet your nutrition goals!

For those that don’t know me, I’m a full time teacher, wife, and an all the time doodle mom! The first thing my husband, Chris, would tell you is that I am obsessed with our two Aussiedoodles, Sully and Olsen. They are our world! If we’re not hitting the trails with our pups, you can find us in the gym or with our families. We are a diehard Texas A&M family and Aggie football fanatics! We joined Hidden Gym almost two years ago and will be forever grateful for the impact Tawna and Greg have had in our lives! We’ve never been a part of a gym that so clearly strives for perfection in all they do and helps to make everyone feel like family.

Baked Enchilada Spaghetti Squash

Makes 4 servings

350 Calories – 12f – 33C – 28P – per each serving

  • 2 medium sized spaghetti squash
  • 8 oz. cooked and shredded chicken (12 oz raw)
  • 4 lite laughing cow cheese wedges
  • ½ cup black beans
  • 1 cup red or green enchilada sauce
  • ½ cup low fat shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 120 grams of wholly guacamole

Side per serving:

75g of sliced apples or pears

Steps:

    1. Heat oven to 425 degrees. Cut each spaghetti squash in half lengthwise and carve out the seeds. Season the inside with salt and pepper. Place face down on a baking sheet. Bake for 40-45 minutes or until tender. Then let it cool.
    2. Boil chicken for 15-20 minutes or until cooked through. Shred chicken.
    3. Combine the chicken with green chilies, cheese, black beans, and enchilada sauce.
    4. Once spaghetti squash is cooked through. Take a fork and rake the inside to form the “spaghetti”. Place ¼ of the chicken mixtures in each of the four halves of the squash. Top with 2 tbsp of leftover enchilada sauce and 2 tbsp of mozzarella cheese.
    5. Place back into the oven for 5-10 minutes or until cheese is melted on top. Top with 30 grams of Wholly Guacamole, salt, and pepper. Plate with fruit on the side.