Avoiding the Toxic Diet Culture – Part 4: Implementing a Simple, Sustainable Balanced Macronutrient Plan


Join us for our Wellness Wednesday chat! We are continuing our KEEPING IT SIMPLE focus for February (to check out Part 1 CLICK HERE, Part 2 CLICK HERE Part 3 CLICK HERE!)


Few areas around health and wellness have so much noise, BAD INFORMATION and confusion as nutrition.


Join us as we share a simple plan based on 3 principles:

(1) Portion control
(2) Balanced macronutrients (40/30/30)
(3) Eliminating highly processed foods


This isn’t a DIET it’s a simple way of eating that will help you reach your goals, whether you want to lose weight, maintain or gain weight / muscle.


Personally, we keep it simple and don’t eliminate any food groups.


HOWEVER, if you prefer any one of these nutritional theories:

✅ Plant-based
✅ Vegetarian
✅ Vegan
✅ Pescatarian
✅ Gluten free
✅ Paleo
✅ Nondairy
✅ Mediterranean


This nutrition plan will work for you too!


We will dig deep into the science, show you the HEALTH benefits and provide a simple way to implement it into your busy lifestyle.


Healthy looks different on everyone—and it’s important to understand how to avoid falling victim to toxic diet culture.


We will share how to navigate building a healthier mentality toward your relationship with food and turning your focus on sustainable habit changes rather than jumping on the fad diet bandwagon.


Today, in PART 4 we’ll help you choose the best way to implement a balanced macronutrient nutrition plan.

Spoiler alert: It can be simple, sustainable and deprivation free!


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