Yesterday, you learned a few simple rules for great nutrition: calories down, protein up, replace grains with greens, and replace bad fats with healthy fats.
Problem is, we don't really eat protein, carbs and fat; we eat food. So the real question is: if you want to lose fat, what exactly should you eat?
In today's video, I teach you exactly what kinds of meals to eat and I even give you some simple recipes to get you started.
Should I do it all at once?
There are ways to make any meal healthier, faster to make, and better. In fact, in our resource section, over on the right, you'll find easy ways to do just that for breakfast, lunch, dinner — and even shakes you can have on the go.
But here's the thing: take it easy. If you wanna get in shape, don't try to change every meal and snack you eat right away, because it's too much to change at once.
(And later in this course, we'll get into why that is, and I'll teach you how to make the process both more effective and much much easier by doing less than you think you have to.)
For now, just focus on improving one meal. That may seem small. But, really, it's a huge step, and one many people never take.
One improvement at a time
In fact, making one small improvement at a time is what we have all our clients do. And we produce more dramatic change stories than probably anyone else.
So go ahead and read the free resources we've given you. In them, we show you exactly what to eat. Pick one meal to change, and try one of the recipes.
Tomorrow's lesson - How to train: Your exercise plan.
Just like with nutrition, there are so many exercise misconceptions. So let's cut through the BS together and come up with something really easy and really effective.
See you then.