The most common misconception about flexible dieting is that we can still eat like shit & reach our goals without changing our food choices.
(🔰Save for next time you’re in whole foods!)
🙋🏼♀️And I’m here to set that record straight.
YES flexible dieting allows us to still ENJOY things like chips, cookies, cereal, pizza bagels etc (all things I eat weekly! Minus the pizza bagels-those were for Kev😅)
But we DO need to change how much & what we’re eating throughout the majority of the day (aka less processed) if we want to see better results & better general health.
🍑Fruits and veggies that are staples:
✅frozen/fresh blueberries, mango chunks, pineapple chunks (shown)
✅raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, clementines/oranges, apples (not shown)
🙌🏻Eat the dang fruit, ladies!!
✅broccoli florets, brussels, squash/zucchini, asparagus, bell peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms (shown)
✅white potatoes/hash browns, sweet/red potatoes, carrots, onions, mixed frozen veggies (not shown)
🍗Proteins and fats that are staples:
✅ground chicken, breakfast sausages, mozz cheese, salmon (trying to incorporate more!), turkey breast (shown)
✅ground beef, flavored greek yogurts, cottage cheese, shrimpies (not shown)
🍯Fun flavors & condiments (I am a work-in-progress with finding these things with good macros & great ingredients):
✅Cashew Queso, Cedar’s tzatziki sauce, SODelicious CocoWhip (shown)
✅hot sauces, salsa’s, curry, honey (not shown)
😜Learning macros is not meant to be “trying to fit in as much processed shit” in our days, it’s supposed to be a gradual understanding of what energy (fats/carbs/proteins/micronutrients) our foods are made up of
💪🏻and then slowly introducing foods we know we SHOULD be eating while balancing it with foods that we still love (but in lesser quantities).
🗣What’s your fav staple food you get EVERY time you grocery shop?
Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist
Fat loss and Macro coach