Tips for managing your weight

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Weight management is a tricky topic because there are so many factors that contribute to gaining and losing weight. Based on scientific studies, we know that calorie intake is one of the biggest factors contributing to weight gain or loss – it has more effect even than regular exercise. What else do you need to consider when managing your weight?

Stay healthy

The most important thing to remember when managing your weight is to stay healthy. That means getting good exercise and eating nutritional food in controlled amounts without starving yourself. Make sure what you eat has plenty of veggies in it and contains vitamins and minerals you need to thrive (Fitfood meals are designed by professionals for nutritional value).

If you’re worried about your health while managing your weight, talk to your doctor or a nutritionist.

Yummy food means good moods

We also suggest finding food that tastes great – your eating experience is an important part of your life and contributes a lot to your mood. Eat yummy food and enjoy your meals with friends and family when possible.

Research

If you’re going to be counting calories, it’s important to do your research first and figure out how many calories you should be having for your gender, age, lifestyle and weight. Once you know how many calories you need, you can start planning your meals for each day.

Fitfood’s nutritionists and chefs have been working hard to create a new range of 15 portion-controlled meals so you can be in charge of what you eat. We make all the nutritional information and ingredients available on our website so you know what you’re ordering and eating and can plan your meals in advance.

No lazy takeaways

All Fitfood weight management meals are available in two sizes: 300g and 400g. The smaller meals are perfect for a quick lunch, and you can use any of these meals as a fallback when you’re stuck for time and need something to eat.

Fitfood’s healthy, easy and delicious weight management meals

Chicken with Pumpkin & Broccoli with Smokey Tomato Sauce

Chicken with Roasted Seasonal Vegetables and Smokey Tomato Sauce

Chicken with Smokey Tomato sauce and Crushed New Potatoes

Coconut Crumbed Tofu with Crushed New Potatoes

Coconut Crumbed Tofu with Pumpkin & Broccoli

Coconut Crumbed Tofu with Roasted Vegetable Medley

Grilled Dory with Crushed New Potatoes

Grilled Dory with Pumpkin & Broccoli

Grilled Dory with Roasted Seasonal Vegetables

Roast Beef and Seasonal Vegetable Medley

Roast Beef with Crushed New Potatoes

Roast Beef with Pumpkin & Broccoli

Roast Pork and Vegetable Medley with Apple Jus

Roast Pork with Crushed New Potatoes and Apple Jus

Roast Pork with Pumpkin & Broccoli and Apple Jus

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