If you're wondering what meal prepping is, or how it can improve your nutrition, here are some questions people often ask me about this popular practice.
Meal prepping involves preparing meals in advance, typically for the week, to save time and ensure healthy eating habits. This can include cooking and packing meals or simply prepping ingredients to make cooking easier during the week.
Meal prepping can save time, money, and ensure healthier eating habits. By having meals prepared in advance, you can avoid the temptation to grab unhealthy fast food or order takeout. It also allows you to control portion sizes and ingredients, making it easier to stick to a healthy diet.
Start by planning out your meals for the week, creating a grocery list and choosing recipes that are easy to make in bulk. Set aside time on the weekend to prep, cook and store meals for the week. The Meal Prep Guide will help you get started right away!
Yes! Meal prepping can easily be adapted for dietary restrictions such as gluten-free, vegan, or keto. Look for recipes that fit your dietary needs and adjust ingredients as necessary.