Meal Prep for Weight Loss: Weekly Plans and Recipes to Lose Weight the Healthy Wayhwadmin
(as of Jun 22,2021 14:01:54 UTC – Details)
Simple meal prep and recipes for long-term weight loss success
Eating healthy to lose weight doesn’t have to mean spending tons of money or hours in the kitchen every day. Meal Prep for Weight Loss teaches you how to prepare healthy meals in efficient batches so you can enjoy them all week long. With these meal plans and recipes, you’ll always have a fast, nourishing meal to reach for―helping you feel great and lose weight sustainably, week after week.
Learn the basics of meal planning and quick, consistent food preparation. Brush up on food safety and storage, and get tips for reheating food and using up leftovers. Each plan includes shopping lists, recipes, and step-by-step instructions for meal prep. Most of the batch-friendly recipes are suited to a Mediterranean or DASH diet, and all include nutritional information, so you can easily swap them into your meal plans.
This meal prep cookbook includes:
- 8 Meal Prep plans―Start off easily with basic 3-recipe plans and work your way to more fast and efficient 6-recipe plans.
- 75 Flavorful recipes―Enjoy Cinnamon-Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Easy Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas, Crunchy Rainbow Salad with Thai Peanut Dressing.
- Easy, balanced eating―Portion out the veggies, protein, and carbs on your plate to promote steady energy levels and sustainable weight loss.
Stay on track to your weight loss goals with the perfectly portioned meal prep plans in this healthy cookbook.
From the Publisher
Create a consistent, healthy new lifestyle with:
8 Simple prep plans
Progress from basic 3-recipe meal preps to superefficient 6-recipe meal preps, all complete with shopping lists, recipes, and step-by-step instructions.
75 Flavorful recipes
Dig in to Blueberry Lemon Muffins, Easy Layered Enchilada Casserole, Sheet Pan Sweet and Spicy Salmon with Veggies, Herb-Roasted Asparagus and Feta, and much more.
A balanced plate
Learn the “plate method” to easily balance out portions of protein, fat, carbohydrates, and fiber in every meal—no calorie counting required.