Why are Living Fit Meals considered "healthy"?
- Fresh and lean meats (chicken and turkey)
- Minimal processed or canned foods
- Simple ingredients the entire FAMILY will LOVE
- No condensed soups
- No MSGs
- No HFCS (high fructose corn syrup)
- No Added sugar
Because they contain:
Do you want to feed you and your FAMILY healthy food without having to spend hours grocery shopping, meal prepping and in the kitchen?
Living Fit Meals are your answer!!!
I absolutely love cooking and eating everything in moderation, but if I can also feed my FAMILY a healthier option that also looks and taste great...everyone WINS!!!
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What About Veggies?
Although most meals are prepared with some veggies like onions and peppers, you still need a full serving of vegetables with each meal. Let's face it, after talking with numerous clients, friends and family, we are picky when it comes to veggies. Most everyone like, and will eat chicken and turkey, but when it comes to veggies, not so easy, especially kids! Living Fit Meals will provide you with healthy meat (protein) and side (rice) options. Veggies can be purchased and added to your meals from your local grocery store. I highly recommend fresh green veggies such as broccoli, green beans, asparagus, okra, cabbage, greens, kale, and zucchini. Most can be purchased frozen as well. When buying frozen, be sure to check the ingredients. A package of broccoli should read "broccoli" and nothing else. Avoid sauces, creams, seasonings, and added preservatives.
Why cook with bone?
The broth from cooking with bone in meats, called bone broth, is rich in minerals that support the immune system and contains healing properties like collagen, glutamine, glycine, and proline. The collagen in bone broth heals your gut and reduces intestinal inflammation!
Why Buy Frozen?
According to USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, freezing foods inactivates any microbes present in foods (such as bacteria, molds, and yeast). That means frozen raw meats and sauces, with vegetables, sauces, and spices are perfectly safe. Frozen foods do not loose their nutrients. Most frozen meals can be kept frozen for up to 3 months (@ 0 degrees F temperature). For meal prepping purposes, once meals are cooked, they are good refrigerated for up to 7 days.
Here is how I got started. My husband and I were both enlisted in the Navy at the same time. We had dually hectic schedules with 2 young children. After the birth of our second son, we quickly realized it was becoming very expensive to buy breakfast and lunch for two, everyday at work. We had always been into fitness, my husband being a competitive body builder and me, just into being fit to maintain military standards. So we ate fairly "healthy". But on those super busy days, we would turn to fast food, and eating out. Meal prepping was always our solution.
I have always enjoyed cooking. I love trying new foods, recipes, spices, herbs, and the health benefits. Once retired from the military after 43 years combined, we opened Unlimited Fitness Results. Not a day went by that I would not get asked "what do you eat"? So I created a program called "I am NOT on a diet" and shared over 100 of my recipes. The recipes are traditional recipes such as lasagna, fried rice, and meatballs made with less fat, calories, and preservative, but still taste amazing. It was a huge hit! But our clients wanted more. Most busy families don't have time to grocery shop, clean, season, and prep their own meals. This is when I decided to put my recipes into prepared meals and Living Fit Meals was created!
ALERGEN INFORMATION: This product is manufactured in a facility that processes other products which may contain soy, dairy, wheat, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, peanuts, and eggs and may contain tracess of all the above.