The Strength-Eating™ Macro Plan!

Fulfilled, rewarded, and relaxed. Yes, those feelings CAN be your reality. There’s no magic switch to flip or drink to gulp, but there are lifestyle changes that give you alternative tools that lead to sustainable progress.

To truly go from stress eating to Strength-Eating™, you have to give your body what it needs to break free from the addiction to sugar.

  • Acid-Kicking Minerals to help quell the cravings
  • Healthy fats to encourage fat-burning within your body
  • The right proteins to provide long-lasting energy
  • Strategic supplements to set yourself up for optimal health
  • Most importantly - life is short, don’t waste it eating gross or boring food! 

The Strength-Eating™ Macro Plan is all about enjoying delicious foods and adding strategic supplements to give yourself optimal energy for whatever comes your way, vibrancy like you didn’t know was possible, and just overall feeling AHH-MAZING. And, of course, drastically reducing your risk of illnesses.

You also don’t need to rely on your willpower to fight through your cravings—you can save your strength for other things. Complicated marriages, struggling adult children, careers, sick loved ones, challenging relationships…we all have REAL struggles. The Strength-Eating™ Macro Plan can help you move forward and get to wherever you need to go, no matter how bumpy the road is.

Think of your body like a luxury sports car. If you don't put the right gas in it or keep it serviced, this incredible machine may chug along and break down without notice. What a waste. However, if you fuel it properly and take care of it—WOW, there's no telling how fast it can get you places and how good it will feel driving! YOU are the top of the line; you just need to give your body the best to experience it!

The Strength-Eating™ Macro Plan

First, things first, the term “macro” is short for macronutrient. The phrase “counting macros” means you are counting the grams of greens, healthy fats, proteins, and fiber-rich starches you consume to get the most energy and nutrition. 

The Strength-Eating™ Visual Plate

Here’s what your food plate should look like, from a VISUAL standpoint:

  1. 50% Greens
  2. 25% Healthy Fats
  3. 25% of:

➢ 2/3 Good-Quality Protein
➢ 1/3 Fiber-Rich Slow-Burning Starchy Carbs

The deets:

50% Greens & Veggies

Eat as much as you want…kale yaaa!

  • Dark, leafy greens: Spinach, Kale, Watercress, etc.
  • Cruciferous vegetables: Broccoli, Cauliflower, etc.
  • Sulfur-based vegetables: Onions, Radishes, Cabbage, etc.
  • Acid-Kicking Greens: If you are worried about not getting enough greens or, rather just take a quick shot of them, Acid-Kicking Greens supercharges your body with 5 servings of veggies in 30 seconds!
  • Mix it up: Try some of my kid-approved, vegetable-based recipes!

25% Healthy Fats: Aim to have 2-3 tbsp. per meal.

Dr. Daryl Approved Ideas: 

    • Oils: EVOO or avocado oil on a salad
    • Raw nuts and butters: Almonds, Macadamia Nuts, Walnuts, Barukas, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Cashews, etc. Go nuts! The dad in me had to make a dad-joke 😉  
    • Chia seed bliss: Coconut Chia Pudding, The Warrior Breakfast, and My VIRAL Health Hack. These seeds are magically delicious and powerful health hackers! 
  • Acid-Kicking Coffee Alkalizers: A great way to healthy fats is actually by drinking your favorite java! I told you, this plan is all about adding in - not taking away! What flavor are you craving today?

  • 25% of:

    ➢ 2/3 Good-Quality Protein

    ➢ 1/3 Fiber-Rich Slow-Burning Starchy Carbs

    Dr. Daryl Approved Ideas: 

    • Plant-Based Proteins: chia seeds, flax seeds, hummus, quinoa, etc.
    • Acid-Kicking Plant-Based Protein Powder: Make award-winning shakes with greens, proteins, and healthy oils as the true stars…but your kids will just think it’s a chocolate milkshake! Winning.
    • Wild-caught Omega-3 fish and non-inflammatory animal proteins: if you eat animal protein—ensure it is grass-fed and not fed with corn and soy, as this increases the inflammation in the protein by 40x.
    • All starchy vegetables: Sweet potatoes with coconut oil and cinnamon, squash (winter
    • squash, butternut squash, spaghetti squash, etc.), root vegetables, quinoa, wild rice, cauliflower, rice, and yams.
    • Fruits: grapefruit, lemons, limes, berries, etc.

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