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Meal planning is for everyone

– not just those looking to lose weight or get fit. It’s about making sure you and your family eat a healthy, balanced diet and get the right nutrients for your body. 

Planning – and even prepping – your meals for the week ahead will not only help you stick to your new regime, it can also save you time and money because all the decision-making and hard work is done in advance.

How Do I know If Meal Plans Are Right For Me?

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What is a healthy weekly meal plan?

Browse our free resources and learn how to put healthy eating into practice.

What is a good meal plan?
A Healthy Eating Plan:
  • Emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat dairy products.
  • Includes lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts.
  • Limits saturated and trans fats, sodium, and added sugars.
  • Controls portion sizes.
How do I create a meal plan?
  1. Decide how many meals you need to prep and for how many days. Beginners should prep a max of 2 meals per day so that they can build their confidence. Start small! …
  2. Build a food list! Decide which foods you want to eat. This is easier than building each meal individually
How do I create a meal plan in Excel?
Meal Planner
  1. On the second sheet, create the following named ranges. …
  2. On the first sheet, select cell C4.
  3. On the Data tab, in the Data Tools group, click Data Validation. …
  4. In the Allow box, click List.
  5. Click in the Source box and type =Breakfast.
  6. Click OK.
What is dry fasting?

Dry fasting, or absolute fasting, restricts both food and liquid. It doesn’t allow any fluids, including water, broth, and tea. This is different from most fasts, which encourage water intake. There are many ways to fast

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Nutrition – Meal Plans

So, first things first. What is meal planning? Let’s not overcomplicate this; a meal plan is simply the act of planning a week’s worth of meals in one go, instead of wondering ‘what’s for dinner?’ night after night. It doesn’t have to be hard work, either. In fact, it should help reduce the amount of time you spend preparing and cooking meals each week, because you’ll be able to prepare multiple dishes at one time. Plus, thinking ahead and knowing what you’ll be eating means your weekly food shop will become more efficient, so you’ll have less food waste.

There are three key stages to meal planning:  

  1. Choosing your meals and the recipes, 
  2. Shopping for ingredients,
  3. Prepping for your dishes. 

Here are some top tips to get you started: 

There is a wealth of free information about meal plans online so have a good look to find the one that’s right for you.

Make it a team effort. To make it more fun, get a partner or the whole family involved in the planning and preparation of food for the week.

Start early. Spend time on a Friday choosing your meals and recipes for the following week, so you have the weekend to shop and prepare ingredients.

Don’t feel you have to eat fully home-cooked or complicated meals every night. To start with, plan a week of meals that you’d normally eat – the ones you’re familiar with, including beans on toast if that’s what works for your family. Then start to add new dishes once you get used to the process.

Make larger batches of the meals that you enjoy most and pop them in the fridge or freezer, so you always have a healthy option available, even when you’re tight on time.

Use common ingredients. Once you get into the rhythm of meal planning, you’ll start to think about what sorts of dishes work well together in the same week, to make the most of the ingredients that you buy. For example – if you’ve bought a bag of sweet potatoes, choose a couple of dishes that require it, so you don’t throw any away. 

Choosing a meal plan 

Choosing the right meal plan for you will depend on what you want to achieve by changing your eating habits. Even in its most basic form, a meal plan will typically lead to a healthier diet, because it involves thinking more about the foods you’re going to eat and being better prepared, meaning you’ll have less reason to buy convenience food or take-outs. 

Some meal plans are designed to help you achieve specific body or fitness goals. This can include bulking up muscle or cutting down on fat. Let’s talk a little more about those now.  

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