Sorry to be the bearer of this news. But I believe in transparency and truth....
Despite what we see and hear in many different product messages and claims, there is no “get better quick scheme" when it comes to your health and wellness. There’s no magic pill, no magic exercise. It just doesn't exist.
It’s going to take time, effort and focus to accomplish the goals you have for your fitness and your diet.
Small, positive choices made over time yield measurable results on your health journey.
The Intentional Bites Planner is here to assist and guide you on your journey to finding the right fuel and food for your body.
The IBP was created and designed by Erin Chase, after she went through several rounds of "elimination diets" to discover what foods were contributing to the frustrating symptoms. She searched for a tool to help her through the process and couldn't find one. Now, there's one to help you!
Before you start eliminating foods and becoming an "investigative detective" for what foods work best with your body, you need to get clear on who you are, what you want, what foods you need to eat more of, and what you need to eat less of.
The first section of the Intentional Bites Planner will lead you through these steps. It contains pages to help you get to know yourself, get to know how you want to feel, explore how different foods might be negatively affecting you.
You'll also make lists of yes-no's and what you'll order when buzzing through the drive thru. Because writing it out in advance, helps you make smart decisions in the moment.
From experience, we know that if we want to see and achieve results in our health and fitness, we have to track our progress.
As you embark on different elimination diets and become your own food detective, it's crucial to track both what you're eating and how you are feeling, as well as what symptoms may have disappeared or been aggravated. The food journal pages will be your tracking guide.
The planner contains:
59 Daily Journal pages
13 Weekly Journal layouts
It is crucial, very crucial, that you have a map and plan for what you'll be eating at every meal and snack - especially if you are working hard to determine new food allergies and intolerances.
The Intentional Bites Planner offers several different types of meal plan pages - weekly meal plans, monthly meal plans, and a shopping list with simple meal plan.
They are designed to help set you up for success, as you work on discovering what foods fuel your body best.
The planner contains:
12 Grocery Shopping List with Meal Plan
26 Weekly Meal Plan Layouts
12 Monthly Meal Plan Layouts
The Intentional Bites Journal is here to help you focus on your goals and assist you in making thoughtful choices in your healthful living journey.
Grab your copy today!
5-Day Kickstarter Menu
Recipes and shopping list to help you kickstart your healthy eating journey.
Habit Tracking PDFs
Get weekly, daily and your why worksheet - because tracking habits is a crucial part of your journey.
Clean Eats Freezer Meal Plan
Make ahead meals are so important for staying on track with your eating plans. Erin's fantastic make-ahead freezer meals will help you get meals prepped in advance - to help with dinner on days that you just want to give up or cave in.
This food journal and meal planner is for reference and informational purposes only and is no way intended as medical counseling, or medical advice. The information contained herein should not be used to treat, diagnose, or prevent a disease, or medical condition without the advice of a competent medical professional. The author, writer, editors, graphic designer, and creative team shall have neither liability nor responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any damage, or injury alleged to be caused directly, or indirectly by the information contained in this planner and book.
Consult with your physician before making any changes to your fitness or nutrition routine. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding any existing medical condition or treatment before undertaking a new health care regimen.