Day on a Plate with model influencer Sarah Czarnuch
Former Miss Tourism Australia and Melbourne-hailing megababe Sarah Czarnuch leads a wildly busy lifestyle. From photoshoot pandemonium to glamorous appearances and core-crunching sessions, this girl has quite the schedule… yet there’s never an under-eye bag or trace of fatigue in sight. How does she do it?!
Today, we’re delving into the food-habits and training regimes Sarah abides by to blitz a busy week – and look exceptionally radiant while doing so. You know the deal. Serving up your Day on a Plate…
Wake up time – Rise and Shine
My new year’s resolution was to start my day with TWO big glasses of water each morning upon waking, so far so good.
+ Long black with a dash of almond milk.
Gym or Personal Training Session at Fox Fit
(If working out with my trainer, I’ll usually have a banana or some fruit pre-workout just as an extra energy hit).
I’ll opt for a smoothie bowl which I’m constantly changing up (variety is the spice of life).
At the moment, given the warmer weather – I’m loving Maqui Powder bowls, but will move to oats when winter comes.
Maqui Bowl made with blending:
- 1.5 frozen banana
- Cup of blueberries
- Almond milk
- 2 tsp of Maqui Powder
- 1 tsp of Super Greens
- Probiotic Powder
- Topped with whatever fruit I have on hand/granola/goji berries/cacao nibs/ almonds.
(If I’m on my way to a job or appointment, I’ll sub the toppers for Pea Protein and have it on the go.)
Banana/apple + a handful of dry roasted almonds (purely because they are a lot yummier than the natural).
Lunch is usually catered at a job or on the go, so I try to stick to something light with a good serving of protein and carbs. Buddha bowls, rice paper rolls or even sushi are my favourite go-to options.
I’m obsessed with the Health Lab’s Protein Probiotic balls at the moment, so I’ll always have a couple in my bag ready to roll for the perfect 3 o’clock snack on-the-go. I’ve also started dry-roasting my own chickpeas and bringing them with me as a great little homemade snack that you can change up with different seasoning.
I try to keep my dinners as well-balanced as possible. At the moment I am salmon obsessed, so I’ll have that marinated or seared, served with plenty of greens alongside rice or sweet potato.
Pana Chocolate, ALWAYS Sour Cherry + Vanilla
Or a bowl of Choc-Banana peanut butter ‘NiceCream’ (bananas blended with vanilla almond milk, cacao and PB2 powder).
I always aim for 2 litres of water throughout the day.
Supplement wise, I only take fish oil and Magnesium powder if I pull up sore from training, but try to get the majority of my vitamins and minerals in the foods I eat.