Well here is the first draft of my Anti Meal Prep Meal Plan.
Wake up drink 16 oz of water..  then MRM BCAA, Isagenix Greens, Ionix Supreme
 Meal 1: Almonds 20-30, 18-20g whey protein or
Snap Kitchen egg takeaway meal (20-40g of protein), low carb (10g or less)
Meal 2 (if after my workout): Protein Meal Replacement (20-40g of protein should have at least  20g of carbs in the ingredients)
Meal 3 :Take out meal Snap Kitchen Lunch (low carb 10-11g, 20-40g protein) or
Rotisserie Chicken (20-40g of protein) on spinach (a couple of cups), and at least 4 other veggies thrown in.
Meal 4:  2-3 Hard boiled egg whites 1 whole egg, 1-2 cups of green fibrous veggies (good options can be green beans, spinach, broccoli) or
Protein Bar (20g protein or higher, carbs should be 10g or less) with 10 almonds
Meal 5: Salad with rotisserie chicken, (at least 20 g of chicken, 2-3 cups of mixed greens, cabbage, mushrooms, peppers and any other water based vegetables) dressing of your choice 2-3 tbsp. or Meal Replacement (36 g protein, 5-10g fiber, 21g carbs) or Snap kitchen meal (30-40g of protein, low carb no higher than 14 g)+ small salad greens and mix of veggies.
Here is the thing… this is just an example of what you can eat.  In no way is it meant to diagnose, treat or fix any medical conditions..  
Right now I am in the process of tweaking and trying out more meal plan ideas (with as little or no prep as possible).
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About the Author Jennifer

I am helping women change their story they play in their head everyday. You should never resign yourself if you are not living your true self and purpose. As a female entrepreneur and fitness professional, My own story has many ups and downs which started more than 33 years ago as a 12 year old bullied for her big butt. My 12 year old self started her own personal plan, started the fire and the uphill climb to overcome her imperfect self. The plot and the story thickened when my body gave out on me in my 20's diagnosed with fibromyalgia and hypothyroidism As a worn down just barely married woman, I needed to reclaim my youth through weight lifting and eating for me. It took those health issues to help me find my way back to rewrite my story. I use this journey and personal experiences of many ups and downs in health, to work right beside my clients to help them achieve their best self. Today I work right beside the women I meet to teach them that they do count and they do have a purpose.

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