Jiu Jitsu TN, Eating well in the rush hour

Eating well is Jiu Jitsu: Eating well in the rush hour

January 14, 2014

The rush of everyday life forces people to resort to fast and easy food preparation. Most often, concerned only with the time we spend in preparing the meal we leave out its true value: how nutritional it is. It seems hard to keep all of this in mind, especially after a long day of work and training. But what if eating something healthy means it’s also easy to make?


Eating is important, but eating well is much more important! Check out this delicious recipe of scrambled eggs with tomato.


ovos-mexidos-tomates-25 egg whites
1 whole egg
1 chopped tomato
1 chopped scallion
50g Light Cottage Cheese

1 Teaspoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Mix the egg and egg whites in a bowl

Heat the stove on medium / low heat and simmer the skillet in the olive oil.

Add salt , chives and pour in the egg mixture

Mix well with a spatula until almost done . Then pour 1/4 cup of chopped tomatoes

Finally add the cottage cheese.

CALORIES : 243.5

protein 32.7

17 carbs , 1

Fat 5.6 g

This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional advice. The use of vitamins and dietary supplements can bring great results for you, but prior to using any dietary supplements or other medications we recommend consulting a nutritionist, doctor or other specialist for evaluation and monitoring .

Note: Illustrative pictures


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