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Run Fast Eat Slow Meal Planner

Run Fast Eat Slow Meal Planner

By Natalie Bickford, MS

If you haven't heard, we're launching our very own Run Fast Eat Slow Meal Planner just in time for the holidays! 

It's a 52-week meal planner and journal for athletes with new recipes to inspire you to cook more, create nutrition-packed meal plans, and keep track of your progress.

I've been personally loving it and wanted to share with you all an example of what goes down at my apartment on Sundays. Enjoy!

The Meal Plan

When planning out my meals, I always like to include a soup, a grain salad, and power bowls (grain+protein+vegetable+sauce+toppings), and some snacks/breakfast options.

I'll usually then supplement on Wednesday by making another meal or soup and maybe some more roasted vegetables if I'm running low.

 

The Meal Prep Plan

I always like to have a plan of attack before my Sunday meal prep starts. By organizing what you have to cook into categories by cooking method, you can get multiple things going at the same time for maximum efficiency. Plus you get to cross things off as they're done, my favorite part!

A Happy Fridge!

Check out the new Run Fast. Eat Slow. Meal Planner here. Pre-order now to receive an autographed copy.

 

Photos by Natalie Bickford

 

Natalie is a nutritionist and personal chef in Portland, OR who specializes in women's health and sports nutrition. She loves creating simple, nourishing meals and recipes to fuel your life. Find Natalie at nataliecooks.com. 

 

3 comments

Dec 01, 2019

Very excited! If pre-ordered in August when will the books ship?

Lorraine
Dec 01, 2019

Very excited! If pre-ordered in August when will the books ship?

Lorraine
Nov 22, 2019

Can’t wait to get this planner! Is the mushroom soup in one of the run fast books? I have both but maybe overlooked it? Thanks!

Erin

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