If you are not seeing results in your fitness journey maybe one of these meal plans will help. I don’t believe in “gimmicks” and do not trust anything that involves pills/patches or drinks to lose weight. I believe in hard core nutrition.
When I look at nutrition I’m looking at long term, something that is good for my body and something my body can utilize and that comes through FOOD! You might have to buy a few books and educate yourself some but that’s exactly what I did when I started on my fitness journey. It’s a science to figure out what your body needs but once you figure it out you will be well on your way to a more healthy and productive lifestyle .
The first meal plan is based on portion control. You can get the containers from beachbody.com. It’s a great way to begin because it’s SIMPLE and easy. You portion out the meals using containers and store them in your fridge.
The second meal plan is one I stick to pretty much 90% of the time. It’s called the blood type diet. The Author’ Dr. Peter D’Adamo launched The Blood Type Diet in 1996 with the publication of Eat Right 4 Your Type. His work has since changed the lives of over ten million followers of The Blood Type Diet. I believe there is a healing power of nutrition and this type of eating makes perfect sense.
**LET THY MEDICINE BE THY FOOD AND THY FOOD BE THY MEDICINE**
The third meal plan is “Fit For Life” and THIS works very well if you can stick with it. It’s pretty detailed and if you understand your macros this will be easy. Nutrition specialists Harvey and Marilyn Diamond prove that it’s not only “what” we eat, but also “when” and “how” that keep us trim and healthy. America’s #1 health and diet book. Educate yourself.
The fourth and fifth meal plan kinda go hand in hand: Keto and Carb Cycling. I cover both techniques in this sequence. “Ketogenic” is a term for a low-carb diet (like the Atkins diet). The idea is for you to get more calories from protein and fat and less from carbohydrates. You cut back most on the carbs that are easy to digest, like sugar, soda, pastries, and white bread.
A typical weekly carb cycling diet may include two high-carb days, two moderate-carb days and three low-carb days. Protein intake is usually similar between days, whereas fat intake varies based on the carb intake. A high-carb day normally means low-fat, whereas the low-carb days are high-fat.
It’s all very informative. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments below.
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