Guess what – all the recipes, tips and tricks from my newsletter, my blog and in my videos are pretttttty much pointless if you don’t have the basics down. You can bookmark and save all the recipes your hard drive can handle, but none of it will make a difference (let-alone, get MADE) if you’re not setting yourself up for success.
Here’s how the common journey to healthy eating tends to go:
1.) You learn what healthy foods are. You decide you want to eat more of them. And you decide why (to feel better, look better, live longer, impress your ex, have more energy, etc.).2.) You find a few easy recipes that you think you’d like to try making. You pin, bookmark, print, scan, copy, photograph, telegraph, etc. them and create a “to-make list.”3.) You go out and get the ingredients for one of two of those recipes you decided to make. Even if the grocery store seriously scares you. You forget your reusable bags and go through a 20-second debate about whether going back to get them is worth it or not. You decide it’s not.4.) You come home with the ingredients (after a stressful excursion that may or may not have included a breakdown in the produce section) and probably realize that you are missing a piece of essential equipment or tools to make those recipes. You order them on Amazon Prime and pray that they’ll arrive before your produce goes bad.
5.) Your tools come and you make your meal but my god, that took so long! You wish there was an easier, quicker way to make healthy meals. You turn back to eating CRAP because it’s so much easier and quicker…and there goes your healthy diet…Bahh, that sucked.
You don’t expect me to just let you give up and continue eating crap, do you? KALE NO! Here’s the answer…
In this digital, download-able guide, you’ll learn: