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May 8

Your Food Tables

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Nutrition is the supply of nutrients to your body to promote health, growth, and life. The guidelines here are quite simple. Adhere to them and watch the magic happen!

 

Nutrition guidelines:

  1. ​Your eating should stay within your TRF window

  2. Follow 'your food tables' to construct your meals (click here)

 

 

 

 

Things to keep in mind:

  • ​Start by aiming for 3 meals per day, snack options available too

  • Listen to your body. Sometimes you only feel like 2 meals a day. Don’t force feed yourself because you think you have to. Just eat when you’re actually hungry!

  • Food prep is your friend! Cook plenty in one go and store them in containers for future lunches and dinners to make things easy for yourself and avoided temptation.

  • Eat the rainbow. No we don’t mean candy. We mean eat a range of vegetables with different colours. Each has its own unique set of benefits, and your body thrives on diversity.

  • We don’t believe in counting calories. Use the innate intelligence of your body. Listen to what your body is telling you. It takes practice because we are so out of touch, but try to govern your meal sizes bigger or smaller depending on your energy levels and how you feel overall.

  • Make it easy for yourself. Find some recipes you love and that work in your lifestyle and make them staples.

  • Get the family onboard!

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