A few weeks ago, I was chosen by Lauryn Evarts, of The Skinny Confidential blog, to try out her new TSC Nutrition Guide. I have been trying out recipes from it here and there and thought it was high time I should write a blog post about the Skinny Confidential Nutrition Guide.
Details on TSC Nutrition Guide
For those of you who are thinking “huh?”, The Skinny Confidential is a lifestyle blog and Lauryn Evarts is the brains behind it. She created ‘The Skinny Confidential Bombshell Body Guides‘ (TSC Guides) which includes a workout guide and a nutrition guide. It is set up in an interesting way where you essentially sign up for a subscription plan which gives you access to different content. You can choose from a one month ‘pinkscription’ subscription or the Bombshell Body Guide Plan. The big difference between the monthly subscription and the Bombshell Body Plan is that you get access to The Skinny Confidential’s 28 week fitness and nutrition guide (and I tried out the Skinny Confidential Nutrition Guide)! With the ‘pinkscription’, you get healthy recipes and targeted workouts but not the full plan.
TSC Nutrition Guide
I wasn’t really sure what to expect with a subscription, but was pleasantly surprised at how much content there is to help you eat healthy! By this, I mean that there are recipes given for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks, as well as a 7 day meal plan, and a 28 week nutrition guide. The 7 day meal plan gives you an example of 7 days worth of meals, with each day consisting of 5 small meals (just how I like it)! I absolutely adored the grilled chicken salad recipe and it has basically become a lunch time staple for me (although sometimes I will switch up the strawberries with oranges).
Don’t even get me started about the 24 week nutrition guide; it has over 50 pages of healthy recipes including cocktails! Although I do not drink much alcohol at all, I think this is a great thing to include so that you can at least choose a healthier version if you really do want a drink (which in reality, most people do). Some personal fave recipes are the healthy street tacos (so easy to make), paleo breakfast plate, and the air popped popcorn. It is so much better for you to make your own popcorn at home instead of buying the butter drenched ones at the cinema. And easier too!
I think the best thing about the TSC Nutrition Guide (and the other fabulous healthy food goodies you get) is that it is simple. I think the fitness industry has gotten wrapped up with trying to offer the latest superfood or complicated diet plan, and in reality, this just doesn’t work for the average Joe. The TSC Nutrition Guide has healthy and tasty recipes that anyone can make at home. I mean, how hard is it to buy an apple and some no sugar added peanut butter? I think this is a great investment for anyone in their fitness journey, but especially so for a beginner who is starting out and needs normal and healthy recipes as opposed to overly complicated recipes with super expensive ingredients.
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Disclaimer: I was given the opportunity to review the TSC Guide free of charge but was offered no financial compensation. There are affiliate links in this post which help support Honestly Fitness. I am always here to help you and will never review or post about something I do not think will help you.