Z-Shred Super Food Meal Plan

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    Private  |  Minnesota, USA

    Ok, I’m one of those people that cannot tolerate the taste of celery! I don’t like the smell of it either. I only managed to force one bite down and it was utterly horrid. Being hungry didn’t help. Next time I’ll try subbing with the stem of bok choy.

    Edit: I should also point out that everything else I have tried through this meal plan has been delicious. Zuzka has done a wonderful job on the recipes. 🙂

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      I bought cucumber instead because I also hate raw celery. I’ll eat it if it’s cooked and in chicken soup but it’s gross raw. Just chose a different vegetable that’s similar that isn’t high in sugar like cucumber or some lettuce. You mentioned bok choy that’s a good substitute too. I wouldn’t have forced myself to eat celery though ew lol

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    Private  |  Amarillo, TX, USA

    I’m confused. For the first MIF day it says to use “reserved cooked ground turkey” for a wrap with romaine lettuce, but where is the reserve coming from. I bought 1 pound of ground turkey on Sunday and used all of the 1 pound for the Roasted Sweet Potato w/ Ground Turkey & Pistachio dressing meal on Monday. I have leftovers of the meal, just not plain ground turkey. Do I put a little of the meal in the romaine lettuce?

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      Private  |  Los Angeles, CA, USA

      It’s in the instructions for Monday dinner: “Reserve a small, palm sized amount of cooked ground turkey for one of Wednesday’s small meals. Save the remaining 3 servings for the following days.”
      Do your best to read all the instructions for each day and each week.

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        Private  |  Amarillo, TX, USA

        Oops, I guess I missed that part. Oh well, thanks for getting back to me!

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    Hi Z,
    Happy Tuesday! 🙂 I had a quick question about progress on the Z shred meal plan. So far I just started week 3 and I am seeing pretty good results (and tasted amazing meals!), but now find myself slowing down in weight loss which I think makes sense because I’m probably getting closer to my goals. So my question is, I still feel like I have a few of those stubborn trouble areas that aren’t quite as tight and toned as I’d like them to be, should I be changing any of the recipes? (i.e. remove WEM meals, cut portions more- example: for the cherry vanilla smoothie I just added 1/2 cup cherries, 1 scoop protein powder, and 5.2 oz plain non fat greek yogurt, with a pinch of vanilla extract since it was plain) to get to my goals? I know it’s only been a few weeks, but I didn’t want to ruin all my hard work, haha :). I’ve already been halving a bit of the recipes, so I wasn’t sure where to go from here. Any thoughts/suggestions would be amazing!! Thank you thank you for such an awesome meal plan and recipes!

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      Private  |  Los Angeles, CA, USA

      Hi Katie, Are you paying attention to your body and playing the hunger game? Do you wait long enough to get pretty hungry before you eat your meal? Are you chewing enough? Are you eating slowly each time and taking breaks between bites? Remember that the way you eat will have a huge impact on your satiety which will help to cut down on your portion sizes. If weight loss is your goal, you want to figure out how to cut down on your calorie intake without making yourself hungry. Mindful eating is the most effective way to lose weight. Also, the 2 days of intermittent fasting are really important to adhere to as well.

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        roughley how many calories do we consume every day on this diet xx
        i know you dont count calories but im finding when I try diets there always to high and i never make progress xx

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    Private  |  Amarillo, TX, USA

    So sorry for all the questions, but I am committed to doing the meal plan correctly 🙂 With that being said, I want to make sure I am reading the recipes right. For week 2, are we really eating 1 pound of chicken on Monday night and 1 pound on Tuesday in the chicken and strawberry salad? The recipe doesn’t say how many servings it yields and I couldn’t find anything in the notes about splitting the portions up. Any insight/help would be greatly appreciated!

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    G’morning, dear Zuzka! My boyfriend and I are psyched to start the Meal Plan, just wondering what I should do with portion sizes for him. Do you think one and a half servings would work? He’s 6ft, muscular (but with a cute beer belly right now;).

    Also, Scott, was thinking it would be cool to include a tracker for weight and measurements, maybe even pictures…?? Or maybe just a printable table in the book.

    Zu, have been with you since BR days and I LOVE what you’ve created here. We so enjoy your workouts and are stronger than ever!
    Big Love

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