Meal Plan

Five Reasons You Don't Eat Well. One Simple Solution

Mandy King | Posted 08.17.2014 | Canada Living
Mandy King

Something that takes meal planning to the next level is portioning out the recipes into Tupperware as soon as it's cooked. This may require a slight Tupperware investment, but actually kills two birds with one stone. You will save time in the morning as your lunches are ready to go, and even better, you will be far less likely to put too much food on your plate as you've already portioned out your meals.

Want to Lose Weight? Make a Meal Plan

Jordan Cieciwa | Posted 07.30.2013 | Canada Living
Jordan Cieciwa

Nutrition and success in diet has three components. Going and getting your food, and not getting off of task while at the shopping market. Here are my three go-to websites to make sure I am eating as healthy as I can with as much taste as I can. There is no simple answer, other than make a plan and work the plan.

How To Control Your Snack Habits

Meghan Jessiman | Posted 01.08.2013 | Canada Living
Meghan Jessiman

Here's the thing about meal plans: they are absolutely genius -- and practically fool proof -- when adherence is strict. When one fails to plan to follow their plan, however, by say, not doing their weekly food prep or pulling into a drive-thru when hunger strikes, the results they are searching for get further and further away.

How To Meal Plan For A Week

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 09.12.2012 | Canada Living

The equation sounds simple: Grocery shopping + cooking your own meals = saving money and eating healthier. But why is it so hard to actually follow th...

How I Lost 16 Pounds in Three Weeks

The Fat Diaries | Posted 09.28.2012 | Canada Living
The Fat Diaries

It's been three weeks on the Lindora diet and I've lost 16 pounds. The diet is easy to comply with because it's well structured, there aren't a lot of options, and I'm a creature of habit so I can get down with eating roughly the same things over and over. Here's my daily meal plan.