Feeling overwhelmed with eating healthy?
I totally get it. Eating healthy can be confusing and overwhelming. What should you make? How do you even cook healthy meals that taste good? When should you prep things? What kind of things should you be buying at the store? It’s a lot to handle.
That’s why I created the 4 Weeks of Clean Eating Guide!
The 4 Weeks of Clean Eating Guide is a 28 day plan complete with grocery lists, meal prep schedules, and exclusive recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I specifically designed it so you could spend less money and time creating healthy meals!
Any one who has experienced:
-Boredom with repeat dinners
-Stress with meal planning
-Feeling like you don’t have enough time to eat healthy
-Feeling like you don’t have enough $$ to eat healthy
-Getting confused by weird ingredients and fancy flours in recipes you find
All of the recipes in this guide are easy to follow and take minimal time. The recipes are all also Whole30™ friendly, paleo, gluten free, and dairy free. Even if you don’t follow a specific diet – you’ll LOVE these recipes, I promise.
Each day varies in terms of time spent cooking. Most days you will spend less than 30 minutes in the kitchen. However, there are a few days where you will prep your breakfast in advance which will require a little bit more time. It’s totally manageable!
This guide was designed to feed two people. You can double the recipes/grocery list if you have a larger family, or halve the recipes/grocery list if it’s just you!
Your grocery budget will vary depending on where you shop, however I designed this guide in a way to minimize your spending at the store by only buying the ingredients you need. If you shop the sales, buy ingredients in bulk, and make sure you eat your leftovers – you’ll spend around $100-$125 a week on food (for breakfast, lunch and dinner!)