Eight Thoughts on What to Eat Daily

Veggies and Meat

What do you eat is a question I get a lot.  In the Science Lab we have a whole thread where people talk about Recipes and Ideas about meal planning.  It all comes up a lot in our live webinars.  Both of which you get free when you buy Met Flex for Fat Loss.

  1. Although taking a multivitamin every day can help you get the vitamins and minerals your enzymes need to function properly, you can’t beat eating real food.
  2. A great way to get your micronutrients is to have a humongous, colorful salad for lunch.
  3. Salads are also a great way to get some extra fat in. Olive oil and vinegar is a common dressing choice, but don’t be afraid to throw in some seasonings and herbs like paprika and cilantro.
  4. Making sure you have a kitchen stocked with nutritious, whole foods is one of the best ways to make sure that when you’re hungry, you don’t make bad decisions and go for convenience/junk foods.
  5. There’s a big difference between binging on a slow-cooked, bone-in roast and eating a whole bag of Doritos. Real food will satisfy you whereas junk food will typically make you hungrier; don’t be afraid to eat when you’re hungry!
  6. Don’t force yourself to eat breakfast if you’re not hungry in the morning. Listen to your body, and break your fast with quality nutrition rather than processed foods!
  7. Cravings for junk food and relying upon poor food choices to fuel your body can lean to negative body composition changes as well psychological hang-ups that reinforce the bad eating behavior.
  8. Satisfy your nutritional requirements first, and then consider satisfying your taste buds.

If you want to views the original article check out “Preparation over Precision“, and check out our “Foundation of Foods” article.

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