Detox Starts Tomorrow: Meal Prep Basics
Making sure you are set up to succeed is one of the most important things you can do before starting the 14-day detox!
Are you ready to create lasting results?
Following the 14-Day Detox Meal Plan is simple to do, and it’s the key ingredient to detoxifying your body, resetting your hormones, boosting your metabolism, and lowering your weight set point.
If you are looking to save time and money, but also peace of mind, I highly recommend you follow the meal plans that I created for you in this program, The meal plan was designed with simple specifics in mind but also with individual flexibility. I know how important that is when doing something new.
What does this mean? This means swap away. If you don’t like salmon, swap it for turkey. If you don’t like kale, swap it for spinach. Make it work for you within the parameters that are set.
When you sit down and plan your meals for the week you are setting yourself up for long-term hormonal synergy and weight management.
In your Quick-Start Manual, I created a 14-Day Meal Plan, with recipes and a shopping list to make the next two weeks seamless and stress-free so that you can focus on you.
Don’t overwhelm yourself by trying to plan a meal for every single day for our entire detox—you will stress yourself out! We want to keep your cortisol levels happy throughout the entire 14 days!
With any new habit, the first step is making a commitment.
Right here, right now, resolve that you’re going to do it and define your “why.”
For me, my “why” for meal planning is that I make better food choices when I plan in advance, as opposed to picking up food on the run, at the last minute, or standing in front of the refrigerator trying to figure out that night’s meal… at about 6 p.m. when I’m starving and willing to eat anything in sight.
Review all of the meals for your week and then start to create an ingredient list for your recipes and meals. Not every meal has a recipe attached. Some of the meals in this program are very simple and it’s just a matter of throwing some ingredients together, but here is where you can individualize your food with spices or favorite veggies.
Keep a master list for the detox that includes things you buy frequently (such as spinach, chicken breasts, coconut oil – see the shopping list for the detox), and then add the extras for your favorite meals.
Once you have your meal plan in place and your shopping list, the last item of business is to go to the store, or farmer’s market and grab your ingredients.
If any questions come up as you are meal prepping, or if you are feeling some resistance around planning your meal, let us know in the Facebook group.
You have an amazing support system and we want to cheer you along and answer any questions. There are also amazing women in your shoes and creating a community is one of the best ways to get through this 14-Day Detox with grace and ease.