You can become your fittest, healthiest self — while kissing goodbye once and for all fad diets that leave you frustrated, hungry and just plain exhausted.
Imagine a life where healthy eating feels effortless — automatic even. Where people stop you and tell you that you’re glowing from the inside out, and you smile because you feel it. Where you are confident, radiant, vibrant and at ease. Where meals mean loved ones around a dinner table, a fridge stocked with healthy options, and always knowing exactly what to eat wherever you go. Where you spend less time thinking about food — and more time living a life you love, as the most confident, fittest and healthiest version of yourself.
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There’s a reason diets leave people hungry, grumpy, foggy and frustrated — they don’t provide the fuel we’re meant to run on! Reset with this three-day meal plan that will give you real-food fuel to feel energetic, clear-headed and full as you reach your health goals.
Even if you know exactly what to eat, you’re still a warm-blooded human who is going to have cravings from time to time! Get this digital cookbook full of healthy versions for popular cravings like cupcakes, chips, pasta, alfredo sauce, ice cream and more.
You’ve already got plenty to do; nutrition shouldn’t be thing you spend your free time on. This checklist will give you eight simple hacks to things you already do to so you can save at least five hours every week — and put them back into the things that need your attention most.
You can read every diet book out there, but until you resolve the inner dialogue you have about food, it’s always going to undermine your best efforts. This 5-day guide is full of practical tips and mini exercises that will allow you to reset healthy habits and build a healthy relationship to food.