Nutrition planning goes way beyond following a list of meals or following some fad diet. Meal plans and diets aren’t useful or sustainable for the vast majority of people and as a result, many just give up. The key is developing habits that are simple and deliver results. Nutrition planning is done by learning the skills necessary to make eating healthy a lot easier. You will find that following my nutrition strategies and principles, eating healthy isn’t as complicated as it is made out to be.
Learning nutrition skills is Key for Nutrition Planning
Choosing the right items from the store
Storing and preparing food correctly
Eating slowly and mindfully
Tuning into hunger and appetite cues
Avoiding problem foods
Choosing better options at restaurants
Your nutrition education program will be delivered via Facebook posts, my monthly newsletter and various emails throughout your program. For those who have purchased either the enhanced or ultimate program, you will receive daily and weekly assignments through the pro coach portal.
Options for tracking your nutrition plan
Nutrition tracking is an important part of living a healthy active lifestyle for the short term. How you track is up to you. There are those who love charts and diagrams and others who find tracking their food choices nauseating. Pick whatever option works for you.
More old school, simply track your food in a food journal
The least amount of work possible just take a snapshot of each meal
The overall goal of tracking your food intake is not something you should have to do every day for the rest of your life, but a tool to get you on the right track of making better food choices in the beginning or to get you back on track. Even those of you who are athletes or figure competitors should only stick to strict diet plans for the short term. Tracking amounts of calories and ratios of nutrients are important, but not as important as learning to put balanced nutrition into your diet.
Reviewing of your food intake
Feedback will be given at your check-ins and reevaluations. You may also ask questions in your emails about your nutrition. Please see guidelines on email support HERE
Myfitnesspal entries will be reviewed at your scheduled check-ins and reevaluations
Journals should be submitted 24 hours prior so your entries can be reviewed by me at your check-ins and reevaluations
Food images should be submitted 24 hours prior so your entries can be reviewed by me at your check-ins and reevaluations