Kitchen Fit

Calorie counting can be a drag and tedious job. To ensure that you continue to gain momentum let me do it for you and keep the menu interesting. If you are ready to get started, let me help you with all the nutrient math…

 KitchenFit.club info

All you have to do is fill out a simple grocery list and your healthy weight profile and send it to me and I will send you, a sample week of delicious and not boring meal plans, that are delicious and easy to prepare. Get grocery list here!

The key is pre planning and preparing all your meals in advance. Once you are a member of the KITCHENFIT.CLUB your meals will be designed to your individual likes and dislikes while adhering to your specific caloric deficit needs. We do the calorie counting for you and after carefully calculating your Basal Metabolic Rate and your Ideal Body Weight, a safe caloric deficit will be assigned to you and each recipe will fit perfect into this regimen.  It’s really very simple. Go ahead and circle all the foods on the grocery list that you love eating anyway and then once you have joined the club, you will receive your weekly meal plans and recipes along with 3minute workouts designed just for you. Remember being off on your count by just a few adds up.

If however you want to do this on your own. Here are some tips for meal planning. I highly recommend purchasing the Happy Weight Loss/3 minutefitness plan in order to ensure success with any program. Consistency is key in this program. So once you develop a menu plan I strongly advise, sticking to one or two meal plans until you start to see results. I know it sounds boring but it is easier to prepare the same thing every day than to have to be creative and look up the calories and nutrition to make sure you are getting enough of your macros with each meal. (Another benefit of letting KITCHENFIT.CLUB do it for you!) You can create 3-4-or 5 meals per day depending on your schedule. Do not go too long without food except for your fasting time when you stop eating at night until the next day when you break the fast. This a highly individualized task and I recommend working with the KITCHENFIT.CLUB to work out all the kinks as everyone is different. For some a longer fasting time is effective. For others four to five hours is a good spacing between meals. This will keep you from getting too hungry and overeating. Always listen to your body and when you feel full stop eating.

Get your kitchen fit grocery list here!