August 21st was Day 6 of Beast Sports Super Test and another cardio day. I won't go into many cardio details - really, how excited could a post about running up stairs be? Instead, this is a little bit more about FOOD! I try to maintain as clean of a diet as possible. Regardless of what supplements you're using, nutrition is a HUGE, HUGE part of a successful health/fitness program. You can take all the supplements in the world, but if you eat garbage, your results are going to be garbage.
On a higher carb/higher fat day, or if you follow an "If it Fits in Your Macros" sort of plan, this quesadilla is hot (spicy), healthy and nutritionally well balanced. It's a bit higher on the fat side with the whole grain tortillas and cheese - but if you're eating a balanced diet, this is really nothing to worry too much about. You could always sub low-fat cheese, but when I'm eating 3300-4500 calories a day, I need a good amount of fat grams.
2 "Mission" whole grain tortillas
4oz cooked boneless/skinless chicken breast (seasoned with just a bit of salt/pepper)
1oz Habanero Cheddar Cheese
2 tbsp of Ms. Renfro's Ghost pepper salsa
Spray a large non-stick frying pan with non stick spray (you could use salted butter, but that'll add fat), and set the heat on medium-high. Cube the chicken breast into small pieces and place in a bowl. Add the 1oz of cheese and 2tbsp of Ghost chile salsa to the bowl and mix well. Spread the chicken/cheese/salsa mix out on one tortilla, place the other tortilla on the top and cook it up! Flip it after a few minutes on one side and let it sit a few minutes on the other side. When it's all said and done, it should look something like this:
Overall, this meal is 32% fat, 37% carbs, 29% protein. Like I noted above, it's a bit high on the fat side, but if you're eating well balanced foods, this should fit in as a tasty option if you like Quesadillas. The flavor is great, and if you're a fan of spicy foods it's right up there with the habanero cheese and ghost pepper salsa.
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From 9-5, Lonnie sits in front of a computer. Outside of being an IT Geek, he's an athlete who's familiar with the cycle of being fit-fat that so many of us struggle with. Down from his highest weight of 300lbs in June 2009, he's made the permanent lifestyle change to remain Big. Strong. Fit. Healthy. When not spending time with his wife, son and daughter, he's at the gym keeping off the fat and adding quality lean mass.