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I don’t want to count Macros or don’t know how!

I have 2 ways to easily manage meals and meal planning I teach inside my Healthy Life Rx Programs. We start Foundations April 10th- stay tuned for more information and a FREE workshop and 5 day challenge to see if it is right for you!

Nourish Yourself without counting Macros if you dont know what they are or how to do it…Here are 2 systems I teach my clients One is the Complete in 3 and the other is my Foundational 5 to Thrive….

The combination of these elements helps you feel full, provides you with energy, supports digestion, keeps your focus sharp, and stabilizes your blood sugar to support how you feel on a daily basis and sustain long-term health.


There are quite a few plant-based protein options out there, but some of our favorites include spirulina, hemp seeds, nuts, lentils, nutritional yeast, seeds, beans, tempeh, tofu, and edamame.

For my animal protein lovers (me), be conscious of the source, how the animal was raised, treated, and the quality of the protein.


Healthy fats to include in your meals include things like nuts, seeds, avocados, oils, ghee, oil-based salad dressings, and tahini.


Be generous with your non-starchy carbohydrates! You can really pack these on as much as you’d like!

These types of carbohydrates include cauliflower, zucchini, mushrooms, broccoli, red bell peppers, eggplant, kale, spinach, romaine, tomato, celery, garlic, carrots, and beets.


Bread, rice, beans, legumes, grains, natural sweeteners, oats, citrus fruits, berries, watermelon, figs, dates, sweet potatoes, bananas, cherries.


Nutritional yeast, salsa, dressing, sauce, herbs and spices, stevia, apple cider vinegar, balsamic vinegar, hummus, garlic, ginger, maca, and spirulina.


Practice on eating the Foundational 5 to Thrive at your meals and noticing where you are on the spectrum of eating habits throughout the day. Anytime you notice that you’re on one side, ask yourself how you can find more balance in your day. Here are a few ideas…

Here are 3 recipes to try!

Want more information- join my Master class on Wednesday at noon.