“Just tell me what to eat and I’ll do it.”

I’ve heard this so many times, and I won’t answer, here’s why:

🥑Nutrition is extremely personal. Everyone has their own preferences (salty 🌮 or sweet🍒), their own food intolerances and allergies (dairy free, gluten free etc), and everyone’s body digests things differently (I feel really tired after eating a bunch of carbs, for example). We also all have our own metabolic rate and activity level to account for. Some days you need more nutrition to keep your energy up than others. 💪🏼 I also don’t want to make the personal choice of what to eat everyday FOR you, I want you to discover on your own which wholesome foods make you feel good and perform well 🏋🏼‍♀️.
Here’s how I CAN help you:

1️⃣ 🍉 🌾 🥩 Eat primarily unprocessed foods. Meat, eggs, veggies, fruits, grains. Sprinkle in as much fat (dressing, nuts, nut butters), alcohol 🍷 🍺, and sugar 🍪 as you need to feel satisfied and not deprived.

2️⃣ 🦃 🦬 🍳 Eat more protein. I could go on and on about the list of benefits, but protein will aid in fat loss, muscle growth, muscle repair, help you feel satiated, and keep you fuller for longer periods of time.

3️⃣ 🍗 🍎 🥑 Have nutrient rich foods more readily available than processed foods. When you come home starving and the only thing you have in your cupboard is a highly palatable bag of chips— guess what you’re eating for dinner…

Each nutritional plan I develop for my clients has to include the following three things:

  1. It must meet your specific improvement goal. Each plan comes with a guide and calendar so it’s easy to shop for and cook.
  2. It must be achievable (I’m never going to ask you to spend $1000s of dollars on organic, ultra-premium meat imported from Africa.)
  3. You need to enjoy eating it!