Put Your Diet on Autopilot

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So, we’re eleven days into the New Year.  How are  your resolutions holding up?

If you’re like most people, you’ve made a personal commitment to eat better and lose weight in the coming year.  But, like most people, that little resolution won’t last through the end of the first quarter.  Well, the good news is that this is easier than committing to adding exercise to your daily routine!  No, the answer isn’t to go out and buy Tim Ferriss’ books, the [amazon_link id=”030746363X” target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]4-Hour Body[/amazon_link] and the [amazon_link id=”0547884591″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]4-Hour Chef[/amazon_link], either.  (Well, okay, it might be the answer for you, but I’m betting it’s not for the vast majority of us.)  No, the answer is to use an automatic meal planner based on how many calories you want to consume in a day.  And, that’s what Eat This Much does for you; it puts your diet on autopilot.

You can set up an account for additional features, but you don’t need to if you’d rather not.  You just go to the site, input your daily calorie limit and the number of meals you’d like to eat and hit “generate” and they do the rest.  Your daily mean plan will be automagically generated for you.  And, if you’re not sure how many calories you need to consume to meet your goal, just click the “Not Sure” button and the pop-up Nutrition Calculator will help you figure out your correct calorie consumption based on your eating goals.
There is also a tab at the top with recipes if  you need help with that, too.

So, if you’re struggling with eating better, and healthier, then check this site out!  Remember, a healthy body will give you a healthy creative life!