Tired of Trying to Figure out What's for Dinner?

Tired of trying to figure out what to make for breakfast/lunch/dinner?

I know that many of you struggle with meal planning.  Trying to figure out what to cook and how, as well as what to buy at the grocery store every week, can be an extra challenge.  Wouldn’t it be great if someone else would do that work for you?  Well, someone has!  Real Plans lets you choose from Traditional, dairy free, gluten free, DF/GF, primal, paleo and even vegetarian.  You can even eliminate certain foods that you don’t care for.

On top of that, you will get a shopping list for the week that can be viewed on your phone app, so you’ll never forget your shopping list again.  I admit, I do lose mine frequently or leave it at home, so this is fantastic!

Also, if you’re a client of mine, you’ve likely heard me talk about eating seasonally.  Learning to eat with the seasons and adapt to the changes that our bodies are naturally set to sync to.  For example you eat winter squash in winter, and summer squash in summer, right?  How about tomatoes?  Sure they’re available all year long but I haven’t met a single person yet who has told me that a fresh tomato bought in winter is the same as a fresh summer tomato!  That’s because where we live, fresh tomatoes are to be enjoyed in the summer, not in the middle of winter.  This plan will allow you to select seasonal foods, so you can re-learn how to eat with the seasons.

REAL Plans Meal Planning Service

They offer a 30 day money back guarantee and plans as low as $6/mo. So try it out and let me know what you think!

Remember: this post is for informational purposes only and may not be the best fit for you and your personal situation. It shall not be construed as medical advice. The information and education provided here is not intended or implied to supplement or replace professional medical treatment, advice, and/or diagnosis. Always check with your own physician or medical professional before trying or implementing any information read here.

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