Do you love food but don’t have time to cook? Hate to exercise? But need to drop some LBS? Then you’ll find your answer with this Simple Diet Plan for Foodies Who Don’t Like to Workout from Utopia.
Thanks to Utopia for helping me find a happy way to get healthy and this sponsored post.
Another year, another diet.
For most of that’s what January is. You say this is going to be “THE YEAR” and then come two weeks you’re crying about how you fell of the wagon as two-fist your Halo (remember that stuff is only good when you don’t eat it one seating.) Besides the fact that endless restriction doesn’t work at all for anyone (unless you like it like that), it’s about something you can enjoy and works for you. Yes, something that you can ENJOY.
This is why most those “other diets” just don’t work. Maybe in the short term, but unless you like to count, weight out your food, spend hours prepping and all that other crap you gotta do (you know like that Whole 30 stuff), it will never work.
But for the rest of us, the ones of us that just want to be our healthiest, but are at that point we just want someone to tell us what to do, there is Utopia.
Utopia Food & Fitness combines the two things you need: fitness and and food, all in one place.
Based on your body and your weight loss needs, the very educated staff formulates your nutritional needs and together with a James Beard-nominated Chef Mike Smith, creates your meal plan using fresh, seasonal ingredients and a balanced ratio of protein, fat, and carbohydrates. It’s real food—no pills, no powders, no fads. All you do is let them know what you don’t like (for me I have a no tuna rule) and you pick you it up twice a week. So you just have to cook it and eat it. AND drink water. LOTS OF WATER.
And the food is THAT good. Like really I could eat the Chicken Ranch Casserole all the time. And the snacks made my life happy. From Salmon Mousse, Buffalo Chicken Strips, Steamed Dumplings <<<<< and those are the snacks!
While the food takes up about 80% of what you need for weight loss for the other part, you still need to move it to lose it. At Utopia the ask is 20 minutes of exercise with their staff, twice a week. Yep, just twice a week with their top-of-the-line trainer on your time in a comfortable place. Think 20 minutes can’t make a difference? I can attest when you’re maxing out your weight capacity with slow, rhythmic movements – it can make a huge impact (and yes, your muscle will quiver in less than 20 minutes.)
Keep wondering where the hitch is? I did too. But the point is that it’s that simple: healthy eating and exercise is what you need for change. However, the attentive service from the staff is really what makes a difference at Utopia. And of course, the gourmet food helps too. They’re devoted to giving you what you need – even if you don’t know what it is.
So if you’re wondering how those resolutions are going to turn from words on paper to something real to kick your weight loss into gear – there’s Utopia. With three locations in DFW: Plano, Dallas, and Southlake, you can find Utopia near you.
Utopia Food & Fitness