Seoul Fit: Sprout Seoul Natural Healthy Whole Food Service Menu Day 1
Bikini season is right around the corner. I want to look and feel my best ever, especially since I’m turning 30 in August! Good thing I have Sprout Seoul Natural Healthy Whole Food Service helping me reach my health and fitness goals. Check out my intro/ breakdown on their services, and stay tuned for daily fitness and nutrition diaries (ie. my Sprout Seoul meals and workouts) on That Girl Cartier in the days to come!
Chocolate Breakfast Bowl with Nuts, Seeds and Coconut Flakes
Burrito Bowl with Cilantro Lime Brown Rice, Savoury and Spicy Lentil Meat, Fresh Salsa, Mixed Greens and Mixed Bell Peppers
Butter Chickpea Curry over Brown Rice
Beyond the chickpeas and brown rice I think I counted celery, carrot, and spinach? I could eat this everyday with some pepper and chili flakes and never get bored. If I were making it for myself I’d go easier on the brown rice opting for more veggies like mixed peppers. It’s super good, though! The curry is quite rich without having overwhelming curry flavour. My breath won’t stink, but my taste-buds are happy. This was a perfect Monday night dinner. Sprout Seoul uses a lot of herbs and spices which definitely hit the spot for me!
Raw Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Pie
Sprout Seoul + Fitness
I’m not exactly the best runner, but I got in 3.5 km on the treadmill before hitting the free weights, weight machines, and floor for abs. Switching up your diet is always a good idea when trying to make a change, but I’ve had plenty more and haven’t had to rely on coffee.
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Meal Plan Options
3 days, 12 items: 75,000 (Save 6,000!)
5 days, 20 items: 115,000 (Save 20,000!)
7 days, 28 items: 150,000 (Save 39,000!)
Directions: Sprout Seoul Food Pick-Up & Delivery
Pick up is available on Sunday and Monday from 3pm-8pm. We took the plunge and walked up HBC hill on a hot and sunny Sunday afternoon. Sprout Seoul wasn’t too hard to find. You can take the #2 little, green shuttle bus or you can walk! If you’re taking the subway to Sprout Seoul, take Exit 2 of Noksapyeong Station and walk straight veering left at the kimchi pots and up the hill. Stay on that main HBC street (Sinheung-ro) following as it continues to veer left. At the plateau, turn left and walk down about half a block until you see their storefront on the main floor.
Want to know exactly what I ate? Stay tuned for more links to diary entries and reviews of each Sprout Seoul dish I ordered! Thanks to Sprout Natural Healthy Whole Food Service for keeping The Toronto Seoulcialite fit, nourished, and healthy! While this article has been written in partnership, all reviews are honest and opinions are my own.