My Fitness Journey with Lunchbox Diet – Week 3

For the past few weeks, I have changed my diet and discovered a  very convenient way to eat healthy & nutritious food without the hassle of preparing it. I’m on my Week 3 with Lunchbox Diet.

Check out my previous progress on Week 1 and Week 2.

Here’s the menu for the whole third week:

Day 11: Eyes were like ice

It was a tough second week and I wanted to start the week right. I am determined to finish what I started. No turning back now. I don’t care what others say regarding my new diet but it’s perfectly working for me.

Beef Tapa w/ Sunny Side Up + Mixed Cauli & Quinoa Rice
Tofu Satay + Corn on Cob
Tuyo Pasta w/ Tomatoes & Olives + Garlic Bread
Pita w/ Salsa Dip + Apple
My Eleventh Day Meals

Day 12: Shining Star

I love everything for this day. I felt the food served on this day were amazing. I especially like Baked Fish Fillet w/ Mango Salsa.

Chicken Waldorf Salad
Baked Fish Fillet w/ Mango Salsa
Dry Pork Sinigang
Tiramisu Jelly + Black Coffee + Vegetable Sticks w/ Mayo Dip
My Twelfth Day Meals

Day 13: Feeling blue

It was a tough day for me again. I usually have that midweek feeling burned out moments but it won’t stop me from achieving my goals.

Ham & Cheese Sandwich w/ Egg
Fish Cake w/ Remoulade Sauce
Beef Burger Steak
My Thirteenth Day Meals (with Simply Fruity Muesli Cookie w/ Mango Bits + Tea + Boiled Plantain)

Day 14: Solid as a rock

I am really keen to finish this week on a high. Apart from the delicious food from LBD, I do 3-4 times a week exercise in the gym and tennis on weekends. The Banana Baked Oatmeal really caught my attention for this day. I hope LBD will create more breakfast like this!

Banana Baked Oatmeal
Burgerritos
Chicken Peanut Perloo + Cauliflower Rice
Mixed Fruit Jelly
Side Salad w/ Lite Mayo Dip
My Fourteenth Day Meals (with Soya Milk and Coffee)

Day 15: Roller coaster of emotions

Lunchbox Diet did save the best for last. I love everything on the menu and I found the presentation of the lunchboxes really nice. I like it when they added some grated cheese to it. It added some flavors to my meals. I really have to commend the Vegetable Pinwheels. It was so cute and it’s really a bite size snack.

Vegetable Sausage Casserole
Thai Glazed Chicken + Cauliflower Rice
Pork Tenderloin w/ Miso Orange Glaze
Vegetable Pinwheels
My Fifteenth Day Meals (w/ Yogurt)

I’m so happy that I’m on my lowest weight for the last 6 months. I already lost a total of 7.3 lbs from my baseline weight. It’s tough and sometimes I want to give up. I have high hopes with the program and so far I saw some stellar positive results for the last three weeks. Some of my friends would also like to try the program. I really want to inspire more people with this blog post. Hoping that this will set an example for them. ?

ACES: Thai Glazed Chicken + Cauliflower Rice, Vegetable Pinwheels, Pork Tenderloin w/ Miso Orange Glaze, Banana Baked Oatmeal, Baked Fish Fillet w/ Mango Salsa, Tofu Satay + Corn on Cob
MISSES: Mixed Fruit Jelly (I hope there will be more fun colors soon), Tiramisu Jelly (too sweet!)
HITS: Vegetable Sausage Casserole, Chicken Peanut Perloo + Cauliflower Rice, Beef Burger Steak, Fish Cake w/ Remoulade Sauce, Chicken Waldorf Salad, Tuyo Pasta w/ Tomatoes & Olives + Garlic Bread, Beef Tapa w/ Sunny Side Up + Mixed Cauli & Quinoa Rice

Lunchbox Diet is located at 100A Scout Lozano Street, Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City, Philippines 1103. You may contact them at +63 2 372 9543 (telephone) and +63 917 809 3196 (mobile).

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46 thoughts on “My Fitness Journey with Lunchbox Diet – Week 3”

  1. Such a convenient way to maintain your diet. I am sure it takes a lot of discipline and will power to follow through so props to you for that.

  2. I am sure these are all well balanced meals to help you achieve your fitness journey. I wish you well and thank you for letting us know about Lunchbox Diet company.

  3. Lunchbox diet is a good alternative if you do not make your own meal preps. Thanks for sharing.

  4. The lunchbox diet sounds like something I could try. The concept and the name really works.

  5. Right on, man. You do you. I think it’s great that you’re taking charge of your health, and Lunchbox seems like it’s really helping you.

  6. These lunches somewhat look like a Filipino lunchbox. It’s quite similar and I love all of these foods!

  7. Keep up the great work! It’s always such a big help when you find something that really works for you.

  8. Congratulations on being at the lowest weight you’ve been! That’s awesome and well done for sticking to the lunchboxes. They look quite yum too!

  9. There seems to be a lot of interest in meal prepping and planning these days. Interesting that there are now companies that will do it for you. So easy and convenient!

  10. It is interesting to read about your specific meals. Good for you, planning out all your meals! I’m not even good with packing lunches!

  11. Wow this sounds like something I need to look into! With full time work, focusing on eating healthy gets real tough for me somedays.

  12. Oh wow looks like you have everything very organised and have your food plan all sorted. good for you

  13. Great job sticking to it! Self-discipline is difficult for me with food. Very inspiring. The baked oatmeal and fish with mango sounds amazing.

  14. Fitness isn’t just about exercise. You also need to make sure you give your body the right food to fuel your workout. Looks like they have a great menu! Best if luck on your journey.

  15. We used to do these back when I worked long distances. It was so much easier to have something prepared rather than buying from food places and it being unhealthy all the time. The meals you’ve got here sound class!

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