Wake Up Meals = 200 Calories and 2 Fat Grams (Healthy meals to kick your three day weekend without espresso. Put
frische trüffel resources into a decent juicer.)
Vitality Meals = 200 Calories and 2 Fat Grams (Healthy high vitality natural products to be eaten crude.)
Power Meals = 400 Calories and 5 Fat Grams (This is lunch. Go for new, high fiber, vegetables, and nuts. In the event that you eat meat make it white. No white bread or white rice.)
Wind Down Meals = 300 Calories and 2 Fat Grams (Stick to your vegetables. Again in the event that you should have meat… make it white. Now and again treat yourself to a little serving of red meat yet disregard it in the event that you can.
One more note on these meals. At no time should you devour sodas of any sort.
Stage 2 – Create the Master Planner Action Cards
Ace Planner Action Cards are in reality extremely easy to make. You are basically taking the data that you entered in the Recipe Guide and connecting it to the Master Planner Action Cards.
Ace Planner Action Cards help us manage the fundamental standards of our eating routine. For this situation we are building our confinements around calories and fat which were arranged out in the Recipe Guide. Further, those limitations will be founded on sound nourishment decisions. At last, we will manufacture our eating regimen on 6 little meals for each day rather than 3 major meals.
To the extent what number of cards you will require I suggest at least 14. Be that as it may, the more cards you build the more assortment you will have incorporated with your eating routine.
Over the highest point of the each card make 3 segments and utilize the accompanying headings:
Time | Meal Type | Meal #
In the Time section you will need to enter times that work best in your day by day plan. I utilize the occasions: 7AM, 9AM, 11:30AM, 1:30PM, 3:30PM, and 6:00PM.
In the second section called Meal Type you will choose from the 4 Meal Types that you used to make your Recipe Planner. (Just a single Power Meal and one Wind Down Meal for each day.) And in the third segment, Meal #, you will enter the comparing meal from your Recipe Planner. So each card will look something like this: