Are you looking to TAKE CONTROL over your nutrition?

There is a big difference between the latest fad, or the opinion of the newest blogger, and a real strategy based on scientific research and proven to get results. Nutrition is no different. In taking on anything new, there are always questions. And when it comes to diets and eating, it’s hard to cut through all of the noise out there. The actual truth about nutrition, however, is that it’s fairly simple.

Ajani’s nutritional system manages your needs in a wide variety of ways, depending on each individual goals.

  • Weight Loss
  • Decrease Body Fat
  • Increase Weight
  • Increase Lean Muscle

Your nutritional meal plan can be created and based on your eating lifestyle and dietary restrictions.  Here is a list of the nutritional lifestyles we cater to.

Balanced, Holistic, Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten, Lactose, & Soy Free, Low glycemic, Protein-Focused, Carbs Focused, Teen Friendly.

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REAL, EFFECTIVE NUTRITION FOCUSES ON ONLY FIVE THINGS


These are the competencies you must have to fulfill the job and achieve the outcomes

1. Balance

You’re getting the right amount, of the right things, and limiting the things that can have a negative effect on your health.

2. Calorie Control

This isn’t about just reducing calories; it’s about making sure you have the right amount of calories throughout the day to keep your system working effectively.

3. Moderation

You don’t take in an excess amount of those things that can have a negative impact on your health.

4. Variety

Ensure proper nutrition but also eliminate the monotony of a diet. Variety is the spice of life!

5. Adequacy

Make sure you’re getting all of the essential nutrients you need to maintain health and replace what is lost on a daily or weekly basis.

Note: Ajani Malik’s optimal nutrition meal plan follows these five guidelines — and it’s a rock-solid foundation. Even if you stray now and then, by using this plan as a guide, you will be learning to eat better, and creating the changes you need to develop and maintain the healthy lifestyle you want over the long haul.

BE FOCUSED & Get your goal

You will continue to see dietary trends and advice on late-night TV, on blogs and maybe from well-meaning friends. Forget all that, and just kept coming back to these basics. Even the best plan will fail if it’s not executed properly. You will improve your results if you remember that your custom meal plan has been designed to be a roadmap, not a rulebook.

OK, you’ve got your own customized meal plan, and you’re committed to following through with it, but you can boost your odds of success by knowing the five key factors about what we’re putting in our bodies:

1. Carbohydrates

The main purpose of carbohydrates is to give us the energy we need to fuel our activities. This energy comes from the breakdown of starches and sugars to their simplest forms, which your cells can then easily convert to usable power. Although protein and fat can also supply you with energy, your  cells prefer the calories from carbohydrates. Remember: carbs can come from fruits, vegetables, and grains.

2. Protein

Found in meats, milk, eggs, soy, legumes and whole grains, protein supplies your body with a pool of amino acids — the building blocks of all your cells. As part of muscle, bone and skin tissue, it supports your body’s structure. It also repairs cells if they become damaged and provides antibodies to cope with inflammation and infection. Your dietary protein helps keep your cellular machinery running smoothly.

3. Fat

Fat supplies more than twice the calories per gram as protein or carbohydrates and is a highly concentrated source of energy your body can store for later. It provides structure to cell membranes and cushions your internal organs to help prevent damage to tissues. Fat serves as a vehicle for delivering vitamins, and it can store these nutrients as insurance against a deficiency. Dietary fats can come from both animal and plant sources, with plant-based foods, nuts and fish offering a healthier version. 

4. Vitamins and Minerals

These are small-molecule food components you need in order to support your health. Vitamins are involved in energy production, healing wounds, eye and skin health, bone formation and immunity. Minerals provide structure to your skeleton, maintain your cardiovascular health, and help transmit nerves. Eating a well-balanced diet with a variety of fruits and vegetables helps ensure you have plenty of these nutrients in your body.

5. Water and Fluid

Of the all nutrients in foods, the most important is water or fluid. It assists with maintaining normal body temperature, lubricates and cushions your joints, protects your spinal cord and removes wastes through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements. You need water to replace what your body loses through normal everyday functions.

 

Nutritional plans are dietitian approved. and grocery list just for You!

 Breakdown of Carbs, Protein, Fat, and Water intake based on your Macro Nutrients breakdown

 Daily meals based on you eating every few hours

 Easy to use personalized Nutritional Dashboard

 Food Swapping feature

 Detailed grocery shopping list

 Portion Size guides

 Track data all in one place

 Personalized graphs to compare and monitor progress

 Profile pictures

 Update before-and-after pictures

 Motivation and Accountability

 FaceBook Support Group

Make your body your own machine

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