Know What You Eat

Before beginning any type of project, research and knowledge are important factors to consider. Eating well doesn’t happen in the blink of an eye. You must first know your foods and in what category they fall into.

The easiest way to do this is knowing what’s on your plate. Knowing which food is a carb, which is a protein and which is a carb will help you know what exactly you are putting into your body and in what amounts.

Here are 2 examples of them:

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This plate contains:

Grilled fish fillet as protein, made with 1 tablespoon of olive oil as your good fat, lettuce & spinach salad as your greens and white rice as your carbohydrate.

*The plate is just a guide for easier identification. Portions will vary depending on your goals. 

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This next plate contains 95% lean ground beef as your protein, 1/2 tablespoon of olive oil as your good fat, 1 corn tortilla and pico de gallo as your carbs.

 

*The plate is just a guide for easier identification. Portions will vary depending on your goals. 

 

 

Please refer to the PORTION CONTROL GUIDE below to understand how to measure your foods according to your body, with one simple instrument: YOUR HAND!

HAND PORTION CONTROL

WHY HAND PORTION CONTROL WORKS

IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT HAND PORTION CONTROL

IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT HAND PORTION CONTROL2If you’re already familiar with what you eat, CLICK HERE to learn about macro-nutrients. 

If you’d like to change your lifestyle and create better eating habits, please visit my WELLNESS PLANS section.

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