Beginners Guide To Meal Prep | Low Carb Fat Loss Diet

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20 thoughts on “Beginners Guide To Meal Prep | Low Carb Fat Loss Diet

  1. Would u say this meal plan is geared more toward men– I am 5'3" and 203 – trying to get back down to 145 from before I had babies! But more importantly just trying to get fit–I am on a ketogenic plan which all of this fits into but it seems like a ton of food…

  2. Why is it that you weighed out the flank steak raw and the chicken cooked? Im new to this so I'm a little confused since the majority say you have to weigh out all of your foods cooked

  3. New subscriber .. Couple things Id change is buy a food processor and shred up those brussel sprouts they taste way better and Id cook that flank steak to med rare . I definately have alot to learn and look forward to watching more of your content .

  4. What is the best product or brand to lost tons of fat? I read a lot of superb opinions on the net about how exactly Fenoboci Diet Plan will help you lost tons of fat. Has any one tested out this popular fat burn secrets?

  5. So when you put in numbers for a macro digital calculator, the numbers it spits out like 50 g of fat and 20 g protein, its telling you how much you should eat per meal?

  6. thank u for helping us ur the best i was wondering if all this serving sizes of ur meals list is also suitable for a woman im a woman and wants to loose weight are thus sizes suitable for woman too or just for mab? i look forward for ur response?

  7. You do know, most nutrition labels are for raw food, right? 4 oz of raw chicken makes about 3.2 oz cooked. The 4 oz serving size is based on it's raw weight tho. Any take on this?

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