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Healthy Eating Made Easy


In nutrition, the diet is the sum of the food consumed. Proper nutrition requires vitamins, minerals, proteins, and fuel in the form of carbohydrates and fats. Imbalances between the consumed fuels and expended energy results in either starvation or excessive reserves of adipose tissue, or body fat. Poor intake of various vitamins and minerals can lead to diseases like scurvy or iodine deficiency.

Changing the dietary intake or going on a diet can change the energy balance and increase or decrease the body fat of a body. Some foods are specifically recommended, or even altered, for conformity to the requirements of a diet, and are frequently labeled "diet foods". Learn More..

This is a sample diet only. Your trainer will customize a meal plan for you. Meal Type:Breakfast . Typical Meal:3 egg whites. 1/2 cup of oatmeal. For best results: Do not eat raw eggs. Egg whites or yolks should be brought to a temperature of at least 110 degrees in order to kill Salmonella bacteria.
 

Meal Type:
Mid Morning Snack 
Typical Meal: 
Yogurt. For best results: Add your favorite fruit and a packet of Splenda for great taste.

 


Meal Type:
Lunch 
Typical Meal: 
Salad with protein. For best results: Add an 8 oz piece of chicken or lean beef. Minimize the use of dressings that are high in calories and sugars.

 

Meal Type: Afternoon Snack. 
Typical Meal: 
Fruit. For best results: Eat a banana prior to your work out for added energy.

Meal Type:
Dinner. 
Typical Meal: 
Chicken Breast with mixed vegetables.
Fluids 
Typical Meal:
1 gallon of water per day . 
For best results: Carry your water jug with you every where you go.

Other Recipes

Protein pancake recipe

Low calorie spinach salad

Ways to eat Greek yogurt

   
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