Vegan Nutrition Plan
Almost 80% of your results depend on what you eat. Food is important when on a transformation, not only because you have to make healthier eating choices, but more importantly you need to genuinely like your meal plan else you will give up after week 1. There is literally no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ food, but more so about the quantity you eat, your physical activity, metabolism, and hormones.
My style of nutrition is eating local and ‘high- carb’. Yes, clients on my meal plan eat rice, veggies, fruits, beans, lentils, pulses and so much more! Note though, by ‘high- carb’ I do not mean high processed carbs like cakes, pastries, and aerated drinks!
I do not advertise nor believe in ‘low- carb’ or ‘low- calorie’ diets. No matter what your goals, you will be eating a minimum of 1600 calories and still getting results (unless of course, you are. If you follow my Insta stories, you know I eat A LOT. I almost always have clients tell me that they cannot finish everything mentioned on their meal plan since its more food than they are used to eating!! I know low- calorie diets do more than mess your metabolism, it interferes with your body hormones and can leave you permanently damaged. Ethically, I also will not put on your plate anything that I myself won’t eat since I know it is bad for the body. I think it makes me a hypocrite if I tell you to eat something that I myself consider as being harmful to my body.
The nutrition-only program is a one- month program where I will first discuss your lifestyle and food habits and make a meal plan as per your needs. We then revise the plan in 2- 3 weeks to see if we need to make changes based on your progress. This plan covers only nutrition/ meal planning. Every plan is unique and based on your goals, likes and dislikes, mental association with food, cooking time available, access to produce, stress levels, caloric, macro, and micronutrient requirement etc.