About this course
Planning is the ultimate strategy for saving time. Why not make it your ally? How many times a week should we stop by at the supermarket to buy food that will complement our choice of recipe? Minimising the constant visits back and forth to the supermarket will help you maximise your time. So if you follow one of our food plans, with recipes and shopping lists for a short period of time, at the start of your health and fitness journey, it will help you to be organised and get you results quickly. Use one of our food plans to get you started and then learn about how you can plan an effective food routine to make you successful in the long term.
Find out which type of eater you are and what to do about it.
There are 6 main types of eater: Emotional, habitual, external, critical, sensual and energy based.
Meal Planning Saves Time, Money and Sanity. Here’s How You Can Make It Happen in Your Home.
Ever follow an Instagram account just to see regular posts of amazingly perfect food photos? Yeah, us too!
Add in all those time-lapsed videos of the cooking process, and you’ll be salivating before your kids can interrupt to say, “What’s for dinner?”
But there’s food fantasy and then there’s reality. And while almost no one can whip up dinner in 60 seconds flat, you can make the journey from store to table a whole lot easier with meal planning.
Low carb or low sugar plans may help prevent or improve serious health conditions, such as metabolic syndrome, diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. In fact, almost any diet that helps you shed excess weight can reduce or even reverse risk factors for cardiovascular disease and diabetes
Vegetarian food plans your risk of type 2 diabetes by increasing your intake of healthy foods, such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and nuts, and decreasing your intake of saturated- and trans fats.
Changing to a plant-based diet can clearly have a significant impact on our health. By focusing on the good stuff, such as nutrient-packed fruit and veg, we can reduce our risk of suffering from chronic diseases and avoid the negative side-effects of the unnatural, intensive conditions of modern day animal agriculture.
As the saying goes, timing is everything. And when it comes to eating, aligning your meals with your natural circadian rhythm — the highly elaborate physiological system that coordinates your sleep-wake cycle and all the hormones and metabolic processes tied to that — may just help you function optimally and lead to many health improvements.