If you are responsible for what your family eats, read this!

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I have been using a great tool for planning meals and optimising nutritional intake.

Here’s how it works.

You enter in your current weight and then your goal weight. You enter in your food preferences and a number of other variables. It then plans for you, in the right proportions what you should be consuming to achieve your goal in a sensible time frame. The program has some amazingly tasty and healthy recipes along with dietitian designed meal plans that you print out on a week to week basis. It will even give you out a shopping list to make things as easy as possible. This is a great tool that you can use by yourself or in conjunction with the training you are already doing with us. You could also use this  for planning your family’s meals and being confident that what you are putting together is healthy and nutritious.

You really should find out more about this if you are interested and need help in eating better.


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