21 Day Fix Eating Plan
When it comes to weight loss, 80% of your results will come from what you eat. However, too many eating plans are hard to follow and don’t offer enough of what you like to eat to stick to them long-term. That’s why I love the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan. It offers flexibility, a couple “cheat” meals during the week, and you can even have an occasional glass of wine or piece of chocolate.
The 21 Day Fix Containers are used to regulate portions, so counting calories isn’t required. What’s nice is that after a week or two of using the containers, knowing the appropriate serving sizes becomes second nature. Veggies make up the largest part of your plate, which is something that most people need to change. You get a wide variety of fruits, veggies, proteins, and whole grains. The emphasis is on clean eating, removing processed foods from your diet and eating foods packed with nutrients.
When you use the foods on the 21 Day Fix Food List in your meal plan, you can easily create some great-tasting 21 Day Fix Recipes. “Free” foods like vinegars, spices and hot sauce add tons of flavor. In order to stick to the plan, I like to do my meal prep on Sunday and containerize foods to eat the rest of the week.
I am a big fan of the 21 Day Fix DVDs and exercise plan too, but you can purchase the 21 Day Fix Containers separately and follow the eating plan only. My husband recently lost 7 pounds in 21 Days by replacing one meal a day with Shakeology and eating the 21 Day Fix Foods alone. Sometimes that’s all you really need to do to motivate yourself and get on the right path to wellness.
More 21 Day Fix Resources
- 21 Day Fix Recipes
- 21 Day Fix Container Sizes
- 21 Day Fix Food List
- 21 Day Fix Meal Plans
- 21 Day Fix Snacks
- 21 Day Fix Pinterest Board