There is a big difference between the latest fad, or the opinion of the newest blogger, and a real strategy based on scientific research and proven methods to get results. This is true in many fields, including nutrition and meal planning.
You’re getting the right amount of the right things and limiting the things that can have a negative effect on your health.
2. Calorie Control
This isn’t about just reducing calories; it’s about making sure you have the right amount of calories throughout the day to keep your system working effectively.
You don’t take in an excess amount of those things that can have a negative impact on your health.
Ensure proper nutrition but also eliminate the monotony of a diet. Variety is the spice of life!
Make sure you’re getting all of the essential nutrients you need
to maintain health and replace what is lost on a daily or weekly basis.
The meal plan you’re we are placing in your hands follow these five guidelines – and it’s a rock-solid foundation. Even you stray now and then, just by using this plan as a guide, you will be learning to eat better, and creating the behavioral changes needed to develop and maintain the health changes you want over the long haul.
Even the best plan will fail if it’s not executed properly. Your custom meal plan has been designed to be:
A road map, not a rulebook.
If your give us your best 80% every day, and allow yourself one cheat (probably a weekend day) you will be amazed with the results. With a little flexibility you are more likely to follow your plan on the other days, and more often than not, will start doing better on those “cheat” days over time too.
Your meal plan will fall within the Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Range (AMDR) outlined by The Institute of Medicine of The National Academies, as referenced in the Dietary Reference Intakes (DRIs). This is a fancy way of saying they have the right things in them, in the right amounts. They also subscribe to the accepted approach of No Bad Foods.
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