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Meal prep like a pro!

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Ever wish you had more time for fun – and tastier meals at the ready? Say hello to a time-saving routine that will give you both, just in time for the new year!

Ready to kick-start the new year with healthy routines and nutritious recipes, while also making more time for yourself? We have a solution that ticks all the boxes. Meal prepping is a great way to maximise the time you have during the week, while also giving you a chance to up your intake of vitamins and minerals. Because even if you’re spending more time working from home, it doesn’t necessarily follow that you have any more room in your schedule.

Preparing and storing meals cuts down on the hours you spend in the kitchen, and makes it easier to eat healthy home-cooked meals without much of a hassle. As an added bonus, it’ll help you to reduce your weekly spending, by limiting the amount of takeaway or delivery food you order. Delicious food, more time and a great new routine? Sounds like a win-win.

Learn to love meal preparation

The first and most important step to meal prepping is establishing a weekly routine. Mark a time slot in your calendar, for example on Saturday afternoons, to find recipes, do the grocery shopping and, of course, prepare the meals. After you have cooked your feast, let it cool for 1–2 hours, to nearly room temperature, and pack it into the refrigerator in sealed containers – or even the iCook mixing bowls with lids .

As a general rule, you can safely leave beef, chicken and pasta in the fridge for 3–4 days, and most salads for around five days, before eating them. Alternatively, if you want your meal prepping to last well into the future, simply store your food in the freezer! When re-heating the food, avoid putting plastic in the microwave and be sure to thaw out frozen meals before heating them.

When choosing meals to prepare, opt for something that you won’t get tired of after the first try and, naturally, something that has plenty of nutrients to fuel your busy lifestyle. Since delicious and nutritious do not always go hand in hand, use our recipe database for regular inspiration! Some of the meals are even complemented by Nutrilite products, to help you fill potential nutritional gaps in your diet. For example, enjoy three soluble fibres from different plant sources with Nutrilite Fibre Powder , or ensure you pack all nine essential amino acids – building blocks of life – into your diet with Nutrilite All Plant Protein. If you’re ready to kick-start your new meal-prepping regimen, check out the three mouthwatering dishes below, and use them to avoid coming home exhausted to gaze helplessly at an empty fridge!

Chia seed pudding

This super-easy three-ingredient breakfast recipe is naturally rich in fibre. And, when you add the optional Nutrilite All Plant Protein, you give it an additional nutritional support. It can also have various exciting flavours if you add mixed fruits, muesli or a tasty compote. Best of all, it makes for a perfectly healthy dessert!

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See how to make chia seed pudding on Amagram or download this recipe as a PDF / ePub here.

Carrot and ginger soup

This perfect warming soup is suitable for vegans, vegetarians and anybody with a penchant for carrots. It’s loaded with fresh vegetables and a hint of ginger that gives it the perfect amount of spice. It’s also a great meal to freeze and save for especially busy weeks!

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See how to make carrot and ginger soup on Amagram or download this recipe as a PDF / ePub here.

Roasted vegetables and chicken

This delicious roast requires few dishes and has a great flavour punch that will leave you wanting more! If you want to keep your vegetables extra fresh, season them and then store them in the fridge in your preferred iCook mixing bowl with lid . This way, you will only need to place the already chopped vegetables on an oven tray and roast them. The same goes for the blanched broccoli!

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See how to make roasted vegetables and chicken on Amagram or download this recipe as a PDF / ePub here.

It’s as easy as that – pick, prep and spend your precious time on the things you enjoy most. Bon appétit!

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