Craig Silkens, a sports massage therapist and personal trainer at M Club, explains the benefits of food prepping.
Health and fitness success is largely down to your diet, and planning your diet is imperative to that success.
Meal prepping is becoming more popular among those that are training as they are recognising the importance of consistency in their diets, and how much time meal prepping saves them in the long run.
Talk to any weight loss expert and he or she will undoubtedly tell you that meal planning is an essential part of dieting success.
The same is true for home organisation experts, personal growth gurus and busy mums on the go.
Every last one of them will tell you one of the most important keys to their success is having a meal plan. It is one of the easiest things you can do to make your life healthier and better in general, but is one of the first things we neglect when life gets busy.
The advantages of meal planning are numerous. Planning meals helps you manage your time better and makes meal preparation easier. It can turn a hectic week into one that is nearly stress-free. It also helps you improve your own personal health and the health of your family.
Meal planning is so important, fitness experts and those preparing for fitness competitions consider it a must.
They not only plan their meals down to the ounce, they spend most of at least one day each week prepping those meals.
But for the average Joe like you and I, we do not need to go into such detail. There is a wealth of healthy recipe ideas that you can choose from.
With just a little thought about how and when these meals will fit into your day you can create your own tailored meal plan and prep the meals for an entire week.
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