GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF GOOD EATING

Eating good food should be easy.

Wondering what kind of gift to get your frazzled friend?

 

Looking for a way to help loved ones struggling with food allergies?

Real Plans is a meal planner with superpowers.

It creates a custom plan to suit any family’s size, busy schedule, and ever-changing needs.

What you get with Real Plans

  1.      The free mobile app – access your meal plans and shopping list at the store

  2.      Customized meal plans for your unique diet.   This is the perfect tool to adhere to the MRT170 test results

  3.      Nutrition data for your meals (a new addition)

  4.      1,500 recipes from your favorite bloggers 

  5.      24/7 support from the Real Plans Team

WHAT I'M DOING, THANKS TO REAL PLANS

  • I’m spending just 10 minutes a week creating my meal plan and shopping list

  • I’m preparing seasonal ingredients from the farmer’s market

  • I’m deciding when I want to enjoy dinner leftovers, and how much

  • I’m easily altering my menu as I re-introduce or eliminate foods from my diet

WHAT I'M NOT DOING, THANKS TO REAL PLANS

  • I’m not forgetting ingredients in the back of my fridge

  • I’m not forgetting ingredients at the store

  • I’m not forgetting meal-time prep, such as thawing out meat

  • I’m not forgetting to make new recipes I’ve discovered

The more time a nation devotes to food preparation at home, the lower its rate of obesity. In fact, the amount of time spent cooking predicts obesity rates more reliably than female participation in the labor force or income. Other research supports the idea that cooking is a better predictor of a healthful diet than social class.

- - Michael Pollan

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carole@carolelayton.com

 Due to the pandemic, ALL CLASSES are only available via ZOOM

A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is trained to evaluate your nutritional needs and make recommendations for dietary changes and nutritional supplements.

A Nutritional Therapy Practitioner is not trained to provide medical diagnoses, and no comment or recommendation should be construed as being a medical diagnosis.   

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