Clean Easy Eating

Last week one of our Versatile Gent readers got in touch with us about his clean eating company ‘Easy Eating‘. The concept is pretty simple: fresh ingredients made into healthy meals delivered to your door twice a week. It’s no secret that the most important factor to losing weight is diet. Easy Eating’s nutritionists have designed meal plans which are aimed at getting your metabolism working and keeping your energy levels up throughout the day without you having to think about it. Easy Eating is all about convenience, taking away the hassles of eating right and giving you the freedom to maximise your results in all aspects of life – perfect for the busy gentleman.

“Whether it’s sculpting, getting shredded, bulking up or building lean muscle, diet is the key. Eating 6 nutritious meals a day promotes weight loss and aides in the building of lean muscle mass. By eating small meals and snacks full of protein and good carbs along with a solid training program it won’t be long till the results start speaking for themselves.”

Last week we were delivered a range of meals in a variety of sizes. The meals come individually packaged in a cooler bag and and are marked with their exact contents letting you know exactly what you’re going to be consuming in terms of protein and good carbs. A diverse selection of lunch and dinner meals were delivered included grilled lean meats (beef, chicken, fish and prawns) served with steamed vegetables, brown rice and a variety of salads. Being a customer is almost too easy; you don’t have to worry about anything, especially letting your diet suffer because you don’t have time to prepare a nutritious meal. I could see myself shedding a lot of unwanted kilos spending a month ‘Easy Eating’ and maintaining a regular exercise regime.

Whatever your goals the team at Easy Eating can cater a meal plan especially to suit your needs, all you need to do is heat and eat! Training hard and eating right has never been easier.

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James is the Founder and Editor of The Versatile Gent.

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