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One of the best ways to stay on top of your nutrition, and your food budget, is to plan your meals in advance. Whether it’s a week or a full month ahead of time, knowing what food will be fueling your body can keep your health regimen on track when your willpower is weak. And although everyone knows the benefits to having meal plans, it is a pretty daunting task to pull together days worth of healthy meals. Instead of throwing in the towel, check out our 4 tips that will help you become the master of your food.

Tip 1: Know Your Goals

Are you trying to gain muscular weight? Are you focused on losing body fat? Are you in maintenance mode? These are the types of things you need to take into account when planning what food to include in your meal plans. Lean proteins and vegetables are a safe bet no matter your goals, but do some research before deciding the amounts of carbohydrates and healthy fats to include.

Tip 2: Make a Master List of Recipes

There are many ways to get good, healthy recipes to include in your meal plans that support your fitness goals. Ask relatives, friends, and online contacts for some of their favorite recipes. Check out online forums for good ideas, as well as websites dedicated specifically to healthy eating. There are millions of recipes with variations and food pairings that may not typically cross your mind!

Tip 3: Put Meals to Days

Once you have an idea of the recipes you want to prepare, physically write what food you will be eating what day. Once it’s in writing, tell yourself it’s set in stone. So you’re not tempted to deviate, and eat unhealthy food.

Tip 4: Make Weekly Shopping Lists Ahead of Time

Once you’ve created your meal plans, create shopping lists of the ingredients you’ll need to prepare your food for that week. Make it as easy as possible for yourself to stick to your healthy eating.

Have questions? Need help coming up with delicious and healthy meal planning? Not sure where to start with your nutrition plan?

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