Meal planning doesn’t have to be hard.

Meal planning doesn’t have to be hard.


It’s still the number 1 thing a lot of my clients struggle with. How to put together quick easy meals, what to eat, how much to eat, when to eat. It can get very complicated ?

But let me tell you this. It’s not that hard, stop overthinking it.

If you’re cooking at home there are so many ways to simplify things.

Here is a tip to make your life easier if you’re looking to refine your food choices.
➡️ Make extra protein for dinner every night.
➡️ The next day take that protein and eat it for lunch. If you worked out that morning pair it with a carb (e.g. I put chicken in a sandwich or wrap), if it’s a rest day pair it with a veggie (example A -my salmon salad). There ya go. The simplest possible version of carb cycling you can do that will help you properly fuel your body for the workouts you’ve been crushing.

It’s all about figuring out what is right for YOUR body, that’s why there’s never a one size fits all approach to nutrition.

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