🥗 Learn MealPrep 🥗
Meal preparation is one of the most important aspects of pursuing your personal fitness or any athletic goal, as it ensures a time effective way to macro-nutrient intake management and nudges you to eat the healthy food you prepared, rather than turn to more unhealthy readymade alternatives. You will also likely not want to throw all that food away (as you are aware of food waste and the numbers of hungry people in this world). For those of you who are not up to date with the terminology, macro-nutrients are carbohydrates (carbs), protein and fats, i.e., the most important nutrients to keep you strong and healthy. Furthermore, high quality carbs, protein and dietary fat sources will provide you with substantial amounts of vitamins and minerals.
For carbs, high quality sources are brown rice, wholegrain products, oats, potato, kamut, etc., for protein, one of the best sources are eggs, as the most wholesome amino acids source, or chicken, which contains among the highest ratios of protein content per 100g or per calorie, and finally, the best sources of healthy fats are oils, such as pumpkin seed oil or extra virgin olive oil, however, with oils, always make sure you buy premium quality for additional health benefits.
I usually meal prep for 3 days, which involves preparing 1kg of chicken/turkey meat and 700g of brown/basmati rice mix. I eat the amount of featured veggies in approximately 1 week. Sometimes I would also cut up a head of salad or peal the carrots. This food is then complemented by fruit, honey, dates, nuts, canned tuna and other readymade healthy alternatives. When I lack time, I happily reach for a serving of honestplussupps all natural chocolate whey.
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