3 Cups of Slow Cooked Oats

Why oats? Oats are a clean carb, which means the fiber doesn’t have any chemical alterations and isn’t stripped like white bread. Fiber acts like a brush that swipes your system and flushes out the toxins and fat.

1 Cup of All Natural Peanut Butter or Almond Butter

Why peanut butter? Natural almond butter and peanut butter contain very high yielding fats called HDL (high density lipoprotein) that help you burn fat and maintain healthy skin, hair, etc. Your body actually needs good fat in order to burn the bad fat. Good fats (HDL) found in foods like nuts, avocados, and coconut milk work to decrease bad cholesterol and the volume of fat cells.

3 Scoops of Chocolate Whey Protein

Why whey protein? Every meal must contain protein. It’s the building block of muscle, and the more muscle you have, the more efficiently your body runs… and the more calories you burn. Protein also keeps your blood sugar lower, plus keeps your hormones and metabolism in balance. And it keeps you feeling fuller longer, which will prevent you from cheating between meals.

1/4 Cup of Honey

Why honey? Honey is a natural source of carbs that provides strength and sustained energy, and is known for its effectiveness to prevent muscle fatigure during exercise. It’s also a natural sweetener that satisfies your sweet tooth and keeps your appetite in check.

1/3 Cup of Water

Why water? While 1/3 cup isn’t a lot, your body needs all the water it can get, especially for losing weight. Water suppresses the appetite naturally and helps the body metabolize stored fat. When your body doesn’t get enough water, its survial mechanism kicks in and it holds onto every drop, which causes water retention. Retained water shows up in your body as excess weight.