KY: HAZARD (WYMT) – Rhiannon Hays started meal prepping when she decided to lead a healthier lifestyle a few years ago, but she never imagined she would now be preparing about 1,000 meals a week.
Everyone wants to lose weight, of course, but it’s not that simple. It’s simpler to say than to do. If you want to lose weight, you have to put in a lot of effort, according to personal chef and local business owner Hays.
According to her, if you want to lose weight or eat healthier, it needs to be a lifestyle change because crash diets frequently involve unrealistic expectations or a hot social media trend and frequently turn into diets.
“I always come back to the inflated hopes. Low carb, yes you can eat low carb, but your body needs carbs to function, so you must consume them, she continued. “You can’t live without carbohydrates. Consequently, a balanced diet and portions. My emphasis on portion control is strong.
Every meal she prepares is served in a 16-ounce container filled with healthy foods, ranging from a cheeseburger bowl to homemade Greek yoghurt.
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The cheeseburger bowl is among our most well-liked menu items. We take the bun off and it has everything you would find on a cheeseburger; the whole family will adore this,” she said.
She further stated that we have the option to choose to live a healthier lifestyle at every meal.
“You have a choice of 2000 calories of ice cream and cake, or 2000 calories of greens, proteins, and lean meats. Ice cream and cake will make you fat, according to Hays.
She explained that this does not preclude the consumption of ice cream or cake, only that moderation is key and that preparation is always advantageous.
It will set you up for success, she said, if you spend Saturday putting all of your food in bowls and carrying it with you.