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HOW TO STAY ON TRACK WITH FOOD PREP

We have all heard of food prep and how convenient it can be but to be honest you think that it takes too much effort and the food will taste horrible 😩
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Personally I think allowing 1– 2 hours a week maybe a Sunday for example to batch cook some food 🥘
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You can kill a few birds with the one stone here in 1-2 hours.
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Let’s start with protein sources. Get a baking tray, seasoning your chicken, cover with tin foil and place in the oven for an hour. At the same time you could cook some 5% lean steak mince in the pan to add some variety. Then you can have a Greek yoghurt in the fridge ready to have on the go👌 a protein powder can also be useful here 😎
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Let’s talk carbs…..you can keep these very simple. Maybe use microwaveable rice….literally 2 mins and it’s fine  You can also utilize the same idea with potatoes, 7 mins in the microwave and they are done  Fruit takes no preparation whatsoever so that can be added in easily.
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Fats….nuts, seeds, dark choc and oils are a convenient way of adding in healthy fats to your diet with yet again no time to prep them.
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Then it’s fairly easy to pair these foods up into meals and make them tasty 😋
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You’ll have meals ready to go and when you come home from work there’s something in the fridge. This can be ideal and help massively with adherence which will ultimately lead to progress 

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