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No More Stressing Over 'What's For Lunch/Dinner?' Meal Prep Guide
It’s my brand-new Meal Prep Guide, and it outlines practical tips for making sure you always have a healthy meal ready when you need one. The best part is…. it doesn’t involve eating chicken and broccoli out of plastic containers!
Instead, it’s all about how to plan and prep your meals without disrupting your entire routine (i.e., meal prep for “real” people living real, busy lives!).Your new Meal Prep Guide includes delicious recipe that you can make-ahead to save yourself a ton of time!
One of the things that helped me "click" with healthier eating was seeing how someone else did it.
I am not talking about a made-up plan in a magazine, but a real-life example of a day's worth of eating ... exactly what they ate and when they ate it.
So that's why I've decided to pull back the curtain and share my personal "day in the life" when it comes to food.
Before I get into this, something to keep in mind: this is what works for ME. I'm not suggesting you follow this!
I'm sharing it in hopes that it gets the wheels turning for YOU in finding a routine that fits your health goals, schedule, and likes/dislikes.
This was a somewhat quiet day for me - clients and some computer work.
First thing in the morning, I drank a glass of water mixed with my personal unique blend Arbonne morning drink (BeWell + MindHealth + SkinElixir + GutHealth).
Breakfast. Depending on my schedule, this is usually eaten 30-45 minutes after having my Arbonne morning drink. This morning I scrambled 2 eggs and peeled a navel orange and sprinkled cinnamon on it. I also had a cup of Nespresso mocha coffee (made with almond milk).
Before my workout (11 am) I had a my Arbonne preworkout drink mix (TrueSport). During my workout I also had the Arbonne TrueSport.
After my workout and heading into lunch, I had my Arbonne post workout drink (TrueSport) and I had lunch out as I was meeting with a friend. I had a chicken sandwich and salad.
My afternoon snack was a quick Arbonne pea protein smoothie. This is my go-to grab and go type of snack and an easy way to get more protein.
Dinner was marinated lemon ginger chicken with steamed broccoli.
As you can see, it is about making healthier choices.
Because just like you, I struggle with looking at the fast way to get food on the go, yet when that thought enters my mind, I visualize what I have in my fridge and start my "take out food" from there, even if it is about keeping it simple!
Keeping it simple means it is easier to stick with it!
Francois, MES, CES, CLT, CBT
CEO | Chief Medical & Cancer Exercise Specialist
PS If you want to see how we help our clients create a personalized plant-based nutrition plan to help them get more plant-based foods on their plate and how we can help YOU do the same thing, click here to check out our 30 DayOn-Line Plant-Based Supportive Nutrition coaching.
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..💡❓How many times a week do you ask yourself, “What’s for lunch?” (or dinner, or breakfast?)
👉🏽If that’s a familiar question, you need to check out my brand new Meal Prep Guide! I made it for busy people just like you. It’s all about how to make a custom meal prep plan that works for your unique needs.
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