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Eating Out

Are you going to be eating in a hotel or a restaurant?

Here are some tips to help you stay on track when eating away from home.

1: Plan Ahead

If you know where you’re eating you might want to get the menu ahead of time and have a look for the best options.

2: Ask!

Don’t be scared to ask for a meal to come how you want it.

For example:

  • Hold the sauce.
  • Serve the sauce separately so you can add the amount you want.
  • Get it cooked how you want (e.g. grilled, not fried).
  • Swap things out (veg for chips etc).

I’ve yet to hear of anyone eating somewhere where they haven’t been very accommodating.

3: Make Smart Choices

🥩 Steak

2000 calories – Rib Eye steak (fatty), chips, onion rings, token bit of salad.

Vs

800 calories – Fillet or Rump steak (lean), lots of steamed veggies or salad, seasoned well, pinch a few chips from someone else, if desired.

🍧 Ice Cream

1000 calories – Triple chocolate ice cream with chocolate brownie, marshmallows and whipped cream.

Vs

350 calories – A scoop of decent quality vanilla ice cream with strawberries and a drizzle of melted chocolate. 

It really is possible to eat out every single meal, every single day, and make phenomenal progress!! All you have to do is prioritise RESULTS and align your actions with your goals!

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