Wednesday, November 27, 2013

What I Ate Wednesday, Fish & Fall Edition

The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Sizzlefish. 

Happy almost Thanksgiving! It's actually starting to feel a little more like fall/winter here in AZ, finally time for sweater weather and you better believe I've already broken out the Ugg boots! My eats are becoming a little more fall-ish too, hot oats for breakfast (I never eat hot oats when it's hot out, is that weird?), Vans waffles post workout, my usual scramble for lunch, and homemade chicken and veggie soup for a snack. 

Then, I finally got to break in to my Sizzlefish! I have to admit I've been doing a horrible job lately at eating fish (as you may have noticed) and I seriously need to fix that because fish high in Omega 3's has actually been shown to enhance athletic performance and health. 

I don't know about you, but half the reason I haven't been eating a whole lot of fish lately is because I've read so many horrible articles about how fish are raised, contaminated etc. etc. it literally scares me to buy it! This is where Sizzlefish saves the day- it is a home delivery supplier of pre-portioned, high quality seafood and their whole concept is actually based around athletes. They flash freeze the fish at its peak of quality, so it tastes great and delivers all the nutrients athletes need. What's even more important (to me at least) is that it's untreated, Premium Quality fish, AND they are all pre-portioned so they can easily fit right into your nutrition plans and help you meet those fitness goals. 

I broke out 2 of the 4 kinds of fish that were delivered and basically decided to make 2 separate dinners (because that's normal...). I used the Atlantic Cod to make some simple fish tacos, and then the Rainbow Trout to pair with spinach and brown rice/quinoa. 

I just broiled both on low for about 7 minutes and they came out perfect. I love the fact that they're pre-portioned because it saves you from getting fishy fingers which is never a good thing! 

You can check out Sizzlefish on their website or any of their social channels below! 

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