As you may already know, if you don’t have a go-to meal, it’s easy to put off making your meals for the week, leaving you scavenging for food during the week. That’s no fun. It cost extra money and makes you fat 😦
Here are the basics to designing your personal go-to meal:
1) protein – chicken, lean beef, lean turkey, eggs, etc.
2) carbohydrates – brown rice, whole wheat pasta, lintels, beans, quinoa, etc.
3) fat – avocado, olive oil, peanuts, etc. (if your meat has enough fat, don’t worry about adding extra fat here)
4) vegetables – frozen mixed veggies, green beans, spinach, zucchini, etc.
Example go-to meal:
1) 4.75 lbs 99% lean taco seasoned turkey meat – protein
2) 4 bags boil in bag brown rice and 3 cans low sodium black beans – carbohydrates
3) no avocado needed – fat
4) 2 cans low sodium corn – veggies/carbs
Protein: 541g (33% of calories)
Carbohydrates: 698g (42% of calories)
Fat: 182g (25% of calories)
20 meals (27g protein per meal)
25 meals (22g protein per meal)
30 meals (18g protein per meal)
For more assistance with your health and reaching your goals, visit Devon Shurden to ask him about getting started on a personalized routine for your specific fitness goals or tweet him with #DapperFit to @DevonShurden. Each of you should consult your physician before beginning any exercise or lifestyle change.