Butter Yourself Up: Joyful Meal Planning for Busy People
Meet yourself where you are, and make each day delicious! This special planner has a full, undated week on one side of each two-page spread, so that you can start achieving your goals and dreams any time -- not just at the new year. The other half of the spread helps you meet your goals around food, with a money-saving guide to planning your meals around YOUR needs and schedule. (The Kindle version includes information about how to use your device to fill out these pages, as well as serving as a template for those who prefer pen and paper.) It's perfect for those on a specific food plan, with lots of space to track exercise, points, food groups, glasses of water, or anything else you're trying to pay attention to. You also have plenty of space to keep track of your daily life, and to create a vision of the next steps on your path. And plenty of support, too: your planner includes 58 pages of clear, well-researched information about nutrition. With so much conflicting information out there about fats, protein, dieting, GMOs, pesticides, and natural foods, most of us are in a constant struggle to get clarity on what "good" or "clean" eating really means. Including: * How to determine the best size for your food budget, and where to get the best support for all your budgeting woes (page 12) * Seven incredibly simple tips to keep blood sugar steady, from when to eat meals to how much protein we all need (page 32) * Why Barbie isn't to blame for all of our eating disorders; what is really at their roots, and where to go for all the free solutions you could want (pages 36) * The exciting truth about which fat increases metabolism, boosts the immune system, and powers up the digestive system (page 45) * The facts about confusing labels like natural, cage-free, and organic! (And which ones are a surprising waste of your money!) (pages 49) Meal planning is an amazing tool. It lets you make lifestyle changes easily in a few short steps. "Butter Yourself Up" will teach you how to make conscious choices around food, a little bit at a time.