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
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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16 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.

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