Food Planning for Runners
The background to Food Planning for Runners and how to download our accompanying ebook.
STEP 1 Discover your FOODIE PLANNING PERSONALITY – a bit of fun to give you insights into how you approach your food planning or not! Alongside some tips to help you.
Aileen and Karen’s FOODIE PLANNING PERSONALITIES
STEP 2 MAKE HEALTHY CHOICES. This step is all about coming up with a simple list of meal choices. The reason for a list is once you’ve done “the thinking” all you have to do is choose! Later , you can update your list anytime.
Reflect on your personality type and how you approach your food planning or not … you can ask yourself …
- How much time do you currently set aside for food preparation and cooking?
- Also, which foods do you currently eat that you would like to change to more healthy options?
- Think about HOW you currently eat. Is it leaving you energised or exhausted?
- HOW could you change your meal ideas to ensure that eating leaves you feeling satiated and healthy?
Where to get inspiration from when choosing meals.
STEP 3 – MAKE A PLAN
Choose 2 days to put your menu plan into action and then choosing meal choices from your list. DON’T OVERTHINK IT just do it. Planning can be difficult for some people so, don’t overthink it – just do it – it’s a 2-minute job to choose the 2 days and then maybe 5 minutes to pick the meal choices from your list