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If you want to succeed, do things properly. Work smart not just hard with this simple hack for keeping on top of your nutrition.

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If you prepare and measure your meals properly, there is absolutely no reason you should be eating chicken and rice every day. Eating the same meat isn’t good for your health or your taste buds. Change things up with our exact cutting pulled pork recipe. Macros of your meal prep (per dish split evenly).  551 kcal | 15g of fat | 47g of carbs | 47g of protein   Takes 6-7 hours (passive) time (40 minutes hands on time). Preps 4 of your weekly meals. 2kg Pork shoulder 1 tin Chopped tomatoes 500g sweet potato 500g green beans 10ml olive...

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GET SAUCY BUT KEEP IT ACCURATE WITH OUR RATATOUILLE MEAL PREP RECIPE

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You don’t need to be a chef to whip up this simple delight. It’s the perfect dish to fill 10 minutes whilst waiting for other dishes to finish cooking during your Sunday prep. Furthermore, with low carbs and high (clean) fats, this is perfect to eat on the days you are not training. Takes 10 minutes Preps 4 of your weekly dishes  -100g Feta Cheese (considered by many the world healthiest cheese) -400g of fat removed beef rump steak (high iron) -120g of olives (high in vitamin E) -200g of bell peppers (twice the vitamin C of an orange) -200g...

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This dish shows how sugar doesn’t have to be the enemy. If balanced correctly the GI can be kept down and insulin spikes avoided. Get that sweet teriyaki flavour, completely natural and guilt free.  Takes 1 hours 40 minutes.  Preps 5 of your weekly meals (needs little attention while you take care of your other dishes).  Ingredients 1kg pork loin (lean cut of pork healthy in processed form). 300g uncooked brown rice (high in fibre for steady energy release) 45g red rice (high zinc and iron content) 100g radishes (helps the body use fat for energy) 50g spring onion (keeps...

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