If you are tired of wasting money on food that no one eats, or buying ingredients that you use once for a recipe and never touch again, then this episode is for you!
Joining me today is Caitlin McCandless. Caitlin’s anti-diet approach to health focuses on foods you can ADD to your life rather than looking at what you can’t eat.
Meal planning can be simple and today Caitlin shares her tips and strategies on how to simplify grocery shopping with ingredients that are both healthy and versatile. She even shares her “secret sauce” for picky eaters!
Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition & Dietetics and is the owner of Free from PCOS Nutrition where she offers 1-1 nutrition coaching specifically for women struggling with PCOS.
During our conversation we talked about:
- What is PCOS, and how it’s something many women face, but it’s not always talked about
- The link between chronic illness and foods
- Her entrepreneurial journey into Nutrition Coaching
- Developing a recipe library
- The benefits of meal prep (and her personal strategy that she uses)
I love this tip from Caitlin:
“Each week I put a list on the fridge of all the available food, so when I come home hungry and wondering what to eat, I know exactly where to look.”
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