The $1,000 course going for $47

The $1,000 course going for $47

I developed The Meal Prep Course with the thought in mind that if someone were to ask me to teach them these things in person, I would charge at least $1,000.

$1,000 because the result my client would walk away with would give them that back over and over each year for the rest of their life.

Because this info is so valuable, I wanted to make it easily accessible to all, I put it in a course. And I still thought “the value of this go at your own pace course is easily worth $1,000”.

When you take what's in The Meal Prep Course and implement it in your life, you can save thousands of dollars a year on wasted food.

  • You can give yourself 2 weeks worth of time back
  • You can spend your lunch breaks relaxing instead of stressed
  • You can have evenings in the backyard with your kids instead of
    working in the kitchen while everyone else has fun
  • You can have health for life.
  • You can decide you want to make a major dietary change and then DO IT! And...
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What is the Meal Prep Course?

I've been getting a lot of questions about The Meal Prep Course, so here are some FAQ's for you:).

When is The Meal Prep Course scheduled for?

The Meal Prep Course can be accessed at any time! There is no ""live schedule"".

The videos inside are re-watchable, and the documents are all printable so you can hang them on the fridge or take them to the store with you.

When you sign up, you have lifetime access to the course, so you can always come back to it!

I have dietary restrictions, can I still take The Meal Prep Course?

The Meal Prep Course does not teach a specific diet, it is instead a process of planning so that you can get your home cooking done even faster and stress free.

In fact, if you are following a specific diet, the course will assist you in sticking with it and picking your specific foods and recipes! It is fantastic for anyone looking to make a healthy change, or stick with keto, paleo, vegan, or auto-immune diets.

I have picky eaters at home, will The Meal Prep...

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Self Reflection and Self Improvement During Quarantine

One of the best things about quarantine (in my humble opinion) is the time for self reflection and self-improvement!

I've been taking more time to read, get creative and figure out how to slow down. The book Self-Compassion by Kristin Neff, PhD, has been fantastic!!

Something I have working on during the forced slow down is being nice to myself . It's helping me enjoy my days more, not beat myself up for dietary "slip ups" (while still losing weight), and helping my business grow!


What has the best thing about quarantine been for you?

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How to beat stress

Get creative in the kitchen to beat stress! This has been helping me so much. 

Not to mention all the benefits to:
your immune system
your health
mental health
family bonding

I recently used the pulp of my turmeric-ginger-Apple juice to marinate shrimp and it was outstanding, and so good for the bod

Give yourself permission to get creative in the kitchen! Don't worry about the outcome, just have fun and let your inner chef shine. Who knows what delicious dish will be born from pure creativity!

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What I Eat in a Day

These "what I ate in a day" are a lot of fun (for me ). This was a typical day for me:

I started with a green smoothie; this one was zucchini, spinach, flax, avocado, spirulina, and collagen.

For lunch, I mixed half a can of tuna with whole grain mustard and Trader Joes everything but the bagel seasoning. I used sliced zucchini like chips and dipped it into the tuna salad alongside some hummus.

Ever since I brought the cheese cracker recipe on Show Me St.Louis I have been eating them non-stop. So good! I snacked on those in the afternoon. They are perfect when you want something salty and crunchy, but don't want all the carbs.

For dinner, I had sliced romaine, the other half of the can of tuna mixed the same as at lunch with steamed broccoli (topped with parmesan cheese ).

This is my favorite way to eat; tons of green veggies balanced with protein and a little cheese

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Planning is everything!

Planning is everything, especially right now as we continue to live in quarantine! If meal prep has been challenging for you in the past, it is not because you are not a good cook, it's because you lacked planning!

Right now especially there may have been very little planning in the food you have in your house, so let's put some new skills to use!

Sign up for The Meal Prep Course (available NOW!!) and put that food to use!

There could not be a better time to learn a new skill, especially one that is going to save you time, money and benefit your health for a lifetime. Get the discount by clicking HERE and signing up! 

Let's rock this out!

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How to tell when you're getting the most out of your workout!

You know you are getting the most out of your workout when...


You are working up a sweat. No, not every "workout" needs to include an intense sweat, and certain activities it may seem like you're not sweating (swimming or a run on a cold day), but a good sweat is a great sign that you are pushing yourself.


Your muscles are burning!! This is a sign that you are breaking down muscle tissue that will be repaired bigger and stronger!


You sleep like a baby....this is a great sign that you pushed your body and now you are getting great rest and repair sleep.

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Celery Tips & Tricks!

Celery is an AMAZING food with so many health benefits. Here are some ways I look to incorporate celery into my diet:

Celery juice mixed with aloe Vera juice. I had some seriously dry skin at the start of this season. I used this combo to help me rehydrate and acclimate to the weather change!

Make your own homemade celery juice! This is one of my favorite ways to get my daily nutrients.  All you need is organic celery and a juicer! I find it way more cost-efficient than hitting the juice shop. Sometimes I like to add extras like lemon and ginger. Ginger is especially great for cold and flu season

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3 Super Juices To Try

These 3 super juices will rock your world, especially in the cold and dry winter months!


1. Celery juice! This has been so popular lately, and for good reason! The minerals and salts found in celery juice are great for hydration. Drink this one each morning on an empty stomach for max absorption.


2. Aloe Vera juice. You can buy at the store or make at home in your juicer. Either way, aloe is healing for the gut and great for dry skin this time of year.


3. Beet juice. Stop cringing!! It’s not so bad. Beets are not only in season now but loaded with antioxidants for harsh winter. Not to mention, all that gorgeous color gives you a great glow from the inside out (no tanning bed necessary!).


If you didn’t know already, there are tons more tips and recipes like this in The No-Diet Diet Club! Click here to get on the waitlist!

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Wine About It

Who else loves wine!! If you didn’t know, I host a weekly Facebook live called, Wine About It at @BasicallyItMeals where I take questions and cover a topic you are interested in!

The advice you get gives you a clear next step and teaches you how to easily implement healthy changes in your life. Did I mention there’s wine? Ya, we get to drink wine together, too! I’m live every Thursday at 5:30 pm Central so I hope to see you there!

Check out last week's episode here!

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