*This post is sponsored by Musclefood and will contain affiliate links.
Choosing to change your lifestyle to be healthier can be daunting. We all find ourselves stuck with habits which aren’t the healthiest, and changing or stopping these can be difficult even with patience and persistence. For me, eating healthier is my biggest struggle as I have a major sweet tooth and would snack all day long on biscuits if I could. But at the end of the day that doesn’t leave me feeling very good.
Musclefood may have the answer you’re looking for.
If you have read my blog for a while now, you will know that I only talk about brands and products that I really like. Musclefood is one of those brands. I have been buying their food hampers for a couple of years now, so when they approached me to try out their Do The Unthinkable Fitness & Food System I jumped at the chance.
So, what is it?
You choose your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks for either 5, 6 or 7 days and they are delivered straight to your door. All preparation is done for you, all you have to do is cook or heat it. You will also receive unlimited access to Do The Unthinkable workout programme and get a free DVD along with your food order. The Fitness and Diet planner has been designed by a Qualified PT with 9 years experience helping people achieve amazing results.
I am a little bit of a fussy eater, so I was a little apprehensive about finding 5 days worth of food that I would enjoy. However, I was pleasantly surprised and actually had a hard time choosing. The below are some examples of what you can choose:
Pancakes, oats, eggs, flapjacks, cereal bars.
Lunch & Dinner
Pasta kits, rice pots, pizzas, curry kits, stir-frys, pulled pork, quinoa meals, pad Thai and lasagne.
Crisps, olives, protein bars, cheese, nuts, Bounce balls, chocolate bars, soups and beef jerky.
How can this help you?
Changing your exercise and food habits can be daunting and difficult by yourself, so having a system in place to guide you can be extremely helpful. You can still enjoy great tasting food and snacks so this isn’t about crash dieting – it’s about making sustainable changes and creating healthier habits, which in turn, will end with more successful results.
The choice of food is great, even for fussier eaters like me, and the workout DVD can help you out if you are a beginner to exercise.