I love to cook.
I’m one of those weird people who can open a pantry and refrigerator, zero in on a handful of ingredients, and whip up a pretty excellent and healthy dinner in 45 minutes. (This is why Steve keeps me around.)
Most people don’t have that much time.
Most people hate to cook.
Guess what? We’ve got a solution for you.
As you may know, we’ve added the missing link here at SWCF: nutrition coaching.
Paleo, Keto, Whole 30, intermittent fasting, cleanses — Steve and I have tried them all. But we are not trained dietitians or nutritionists, and so it would be irresponsible for us to tell you what to put in your pie hole.
Instead, we kept coming back to the simple and elegant first sentence of CrossFit founder Greg Glassman’s credo on fitness:
Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar.
It’s pretty simple. No fads. Just real food.
After years of searching and several months of in-depth training, we’ve teamed up with the registered nutritionists at Health Steps Nutrition to offer you a program that is not a fad or trend. It is simple nutrition, portion control, education and behavior modification.
And it focuses on eating meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar.
But wait — if you’re vegetarian, or vegan, or you believe in intermittent fasting or anything else — here’s the thing: each program is customized just for you. You get meal plans, shopping lists, recipes and accountability — all personalized for you and your goals.
Morgan is our in-house coach, and it’s her job to keep you on target for your goals.
So here’s what I’m getting to: the cooking.
Did you know that we’ve uploaded over 120 recipes from this nutritional program to the SWCF website? Say what?
This is an amazing way for you to practice good nutrition at home. It’s all right here. Lots of easy and healthy crockpot recipes. Healthy breakfasts. Great stuff to Sunday prep for the rest of the week. Protein balls and easy snacks. I swear, this is not Julia Child stuff.
I’ve been playing with the recipes. The other night, I made the Honey Mustard Salmon (that’s it up top). It was a winner, and SO EASY.
If you’re trying to clean up your diet, these recipes are here for you to use.
If you’re interested in chatting about how you can hone in on a better nutrition plan for you, we are here to help.