My first workout for the October challenge, and upcoming meal plan service

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Just a quick note to say that I did get my workout in this morning. We rode 14 miles. There are a few kinks that need to be worked out on the bike, but I made it! Tomorrow will be a strength training day for me.

Also, I have an idea for a service that I have a lot of experience in. I will be providing customized meal plans for people that include healthy ingredients. The recipes will all include basic foods that can be found in most grocery stores and will be easy to prepare even in small spaces with minimal equipment. As they are going to be based on whole foods, they will be very budget-friendly as well.

While I’m concentrating on exercise right now myself, I feel that eating healthy is often needed as the first step toward overall health. If you’re putting unhealthy foods into your body while exercising, you’re probably not going to feel very well and will probably give up on exercising. However, if you eat better, you will feel better and then starting an exercise routine will not be such a chore.

I’m in the process of creating templates, but if anyone is interested in piloting the program for free, for a limited time I will be offering free consultations. Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  • Subscribe to our blog (see the link on the right-hand side of the page)–the consultations will only be available to subscribers. It’s how I will keep the questionnaires hidden from the rest of the world.
  • Email me through our contact form (below) and let me know you’re interested in a free consultation.
  • I will respond with a link to the questionnaire, which you will need to complete. It should take about 15-20 minutes.

Once I receive and review it, we’ll get started on a meal plan for you, created specifically to your personal tastes!

Please know that although I am vegan and low-FODMAP, this meal plan is not restricted to vegans. Vegetarians and omnivores are welcome. However, please understand that I have not eaten meat since I was a child, and cannot eat gluten, eggs or dairy. I will be personally testing all of the recipes to ensure they taste delicious and are prepared properly, so I can only provide recipes that contain ingredients I can eat (or that I can test on Ryan, who has fewer dietary restrictions but is also vegan). But this does not mean that you cannot add animal products to the recipes; you’re just on your own as far as how to cook that portion of the meal.

What I can promise is that these meals will be full of nutrients and very tasty. You probably won’t miss the animal products at all.

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