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Alcohol, Water and Sleep

I will never tell you that you cannot drink. But, I will encourage you not to and also give some you facts about consuming alcohol. 

- Alcohol has no nutritional value.

- Alcohol consists of ethanol. As does gasoline. 

- Alcohol calories add up quickly. 

Alcohol in your plan

Water is critical for digestion. It prevents constipation and keeps the bowels moving by helping to process soluble fiber and fat. Staying hydrated also helps to eliminate toxins from the body, which can damage the gut by causing inflammation and irritation.

Drink Water

Sleep is vital for our health. It helps with stress (both mental and physical), it helps our bodies  repair, digest and thrive.  If we strip ourselves of that time, we will struggle. Try to get to sleep every time every night and put your screens away 20-30 minutes before.

Nutrition Guidelines

The Missy Method Nutrition guideline was created to help you get the best results from your program.  It is important to feed your body whole, vitamin rich foods for energy and  health.

The Missy Method Nutrition guidelines are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Check with a doctor or Registered Dietitian before starting any nutritional program. The guideline is not to be used to limit or extremely alter your way of eating.

Example Meal Plan

Pre Workout - Depending on your body, you may want to have something small before your workout or not. Either way, make sure to hydrate before, during and after your workouts! 

Post Workout - If you are looking to gain muscle, eating at least 20 grams of protein at this time is important. You also want to have simple carbs to relish glycogen stores! 

Lunch - Lean Proteins/ Salads/ Complex carbs, etc.  Everything is a go here. Just be aware of food combining if you have a touchy stomach.

Dinner - Suggest to limit carbohydrates after 4 p.m. Your dinner should be full of vegetables.  Healthy fats and if you choose protein - keep it close to  3-4 ounces of protein.

Debloating and Digestion




  • Don’t combine PROTEINS and STARCHES together.

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