Healthy Meal Plans

Healthy Meal Plans


Where do you find healthy meal plans that work?

Let’s face it, it’s 2014 and you still haven’t got your healthy meal plans set. That’s okay…you don’t need to go to any nutritional supplement store to lose weight this year. All you need is a good and steady healthy meal plan to start your day and one of the best ways to start is with our body building cookbook. A diet plan that works is a healthy meal plan that you continue to follow until you have reached your goal.

Diet plans that work are structured for you to lose one to two pounds of body fat per week.

One thing to remember is, if you are serious about losing weight then you need to stick with your healthy meal plan. The plan will not be any good and will basically be worthless if you can’t stick with it long enough to make it work.

A healthy meal plan that works must be written down.

Another thing is to write your plan down. It should consist of the number of calories you need to lose weight. DO NOT skip meals to suffice calories. It is recommended to eat 4 – 5 small meals throughout the day rather then 3 big meals. This helps increase your metabolism. Always eat healthy nutritious meals and avoid eating late at night or right before bed.

You need to include exercise in your plan.

With a good healthy meal plan, you will need a good exercise plan. Anabolic cookbook is a good place to start. They offer workout routines with their cookbook and is jam packed with tons of fitness information, enough to last you throughout the year of 2014


Be sure to add foods that you enjoy to your healthy meal plan. By doing so, you will not get bored of your plan and is more likely to stick with it.

Also a good thing to remember is that, even though the label says low fat or light it could still contine large amounts of fat and calories. Fat-Free label does not mean that you can go overboard with the eating either. Lot’s of fat free foods are loaded with sugar.

And don’t feel bad about having a cheat day. Just do not get too comfortable with it or you may find yourself drifting away from your healthy meal plans. It’s better to not have a cheat day but if you must, don’t feel bad about it. Stick with the plan and have yourself that cheat day…go ahead…you deserve it!