Meal prepping has gained tremendous popularity in recent years, especially for those in the fitness field.
But for beginners, it can seem overwhelming. Many think it’s a time consuming chore of chopping, cooking and preparing different foods. Then packaging them into containers of individual servings. That’s why we are redefining Meal Prep. Think of it as a one hour per week practice that involves preparing your weeknight meals in advance. No cooking required (unless you want to of course) but simple washing, chopping and packaging.
There is no doubt in our minds that meal prepping promotes healthier eating habits.
In our fast-paced modern lives, it’s easy to succumb to the convenience of processed and unhealthy foods. By dedicating time to plan and prepare nutritious meals ahead of time, we are more likely to make better food choices throughout the week. Meal prepping allows us to control portion sizes, incorporate a variety of fruits and vegetables, and avoid excessive salt, sugar, and unhealthy fats. It becomes easier to meet our nutritional needs and maintain a balanced diet.