One of the biggest issues with people learning how to get their eating better without the rigidity of cutting out whole food groups and the demonization of specific ingredients is learning how to create a meal plan.
It’s quite simple.
The best meal plan to follow is the one you can adhere to best.
This means – if you need to eat one Snickers every…single…day, do it.
So long as the rest of your eating is varied in nutrient-dense foods, you’re getting adequate protein, and hitting your calories, the quality of food comes second after quantity.
Now, before we get into the steps to create the plan, you have to understand why it’s important.