The Best Meal Prep & Diet Plan For Weight Loss won’t restrict you from living life to the fullest, it is about enjoying food as a whole and being more versatile with food, not to mention being healthy! In this new week-long program, I will show you exactly how to meal prep for weight loss with less effort. I have done over 10 years of research on fast-food nutrition and I wanted to help people avoid the bad habits associated with fast food. After years of trying, I finally came up with a way that works!
The main key to my system is eating smart, not starving yourself. I learned that by eating smart, i.e. with sensible portions, I can eat less and still feel full, on average, after eating a meal. When you starve yourself, you become skittish and experience a host of other symptoms.
For starters, your metabolism increases, causing your body to burn more fat, hence you will lose weight. Also, by including vegetables in your meals, you will help keep your digestive tract moving which will prevent constipation. I also highly recommend eating grass-fed meats like free-range chicken and turkey. While they are not as tasty as their commercially produced counterparts, they are healthier and live longer.
After completing this week’s meal prep for weight loss, I recommend using the opportunity to plan your next meals. Try eating out more often and planning dinner around a nice menu. This way, you will be able to plan out your daily diet so you don’t get bored and overeat.
To make meal prepping and eating for long-term weight management easy, you should purchase a food processor or a good blender. You will be able to blend all of your meals and create mouthwatering dishes without the stress of weighing everything down in your kitchen. Also, with a blender or processor, you can add fresh herbs and spices to your dishes, thus enhancing the flavor.
Remember that when cooking and meal prep, be creative and add in all kinds of vegetables, fruits, lean meats and other healthy ingredients. By adding in these healthy ingredients in the right proportions, you will find that you do not feel hungry as often. The trick is to take in just enough calories and fat to give your body the fuel it needs, but avoiding the junk. This can be achieved by eating plenty of vegetables and fruits, lean meats, eggs, dairy products, nuts, seeds and whole grains.