The Cure for What Ails You is Closer than You Think

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Have you ever stumbled across something so good that you just want to shout it from the mountaintops? That was me when I changed my diet from healthy to thriving almost about two years ago. Yes, you read correctly. I was eating a healthy diet, lots of fruits, vegetables and plenty of kale smoothies along side white foods, way too much grain, dairy and starch until my body screamed for help.

I was fortunate that my uncanny ability to research everything to death along with a trained scientific mind lead me to the cure. I went to medical doctors, was recommended prescriptions but ultimately, the cure was in my kitchen. The ability to use food wisely gave me a type of freedom that I never had before. Ever since my awakening, I have shared with family, friends and even strangers about how right Hippocrates was when he said, “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food”.

But, the excuses are endless. The main one being, “But, what am I going to eat?”. I’ve recommended books, written recipes, done one and one consults and even accompanied people to the grocery store. Ultimately, people need something easy that they can follow. A plan that’s a no brainer.

In the everyday hustle and bustle of our busy lives, somewhere along the lines we became too busy to thrive. That’s why I am so happy to be in partnership with Meal Cure.

Meal Cure was created by Shauna Menard a radiologist turned Lifestyle/MD and nutrition health coach that discovered the power of food in healing, not only for herself but, for her whole family. That’s not what impressed me though. What really impressed me with Meal Cure is that when I peeled back the layers on this meal planning program, I discovered that Meal Cure is based on real meals, made with real ingredients for real people. And let me tell you, when it comes to healthy eating, I know the science, so I’m a tough critic.

Actually, I spoke to Shauna on the phone for about 45 minutes, and delved into the program myself before I decided that it was the real deal and worth sharing.

What I like about Meal Cure is that meals plans and recipes are curated using seasonal ingredients and each new meal plan is centered around a new superfood every week.

Meal Cure

If you want to learn more about the superfood, you can listen to a quick personable video by Shaunna where you can do just that. Meal Cure was created with everyone from the novice to the healthy eating expert in mind. We all get busy, and it’s a relief knowing that you don’t have to worry about what’s for dinner, on any given day.

Even for me, I found myself relying on Meal Cure during our crazy summer travel schedule. After eating on the road for nearly two weeks straight, my body was starting to show signs of getting weary. So when we return home after any given trip, I’m at ease knowing that I could just log into Meal Cure and essentially have someone else decide what to cook for dinner. Especially, after a long day of travel it really helps take some of the pressure off.

Early this week, we decided on a Mixed Berry Barbecue Chicken Recipe for a post trip meal. Since berries are currently in season, it just made sense. I just love eating seasonable. It’s more affordable and healthier too.

The recipes in Meal Cure are so easy to follow that I let my 7 year take the lead in helping get dinner together.

You don’t have to feel bound by the ingredient lists inside of Meal Cure either. We made a few easy substitutions like swapping kale for spinach and grain mustard for dry because that’s what we had on hand. The kale in our garden grew so much while we were away that it seemed wasteful to use anything else.

Not only did the princess help with dinner, following the recipes on Meal Cure helped her work on her fractions too! I’m a homeschooling mom, so you know how that goes…

I see so many other applications for Meal Cure.

And let me tell you, these recipes are delicious.

In the past when we have gone on adult’s only vacations, I’ve had to cook all the kids’ food ahead of our vacation because their diets are pretty specific and I’ve always felt guilty about adding that burden of cooking those meals for my mom.

With Meal Cure, members have access to the current week’s menu and the last 2 for a total of 3 weeks of recipes at any give time. There are literally no excuses for making a healthy dinner at home.

Other Benefits of Meal Cure

Meals Take 30 minutes or less
Hubby Can Jump in to Get Dinner on Any Given Day
Although Meal Cure is Not a Weight Loss, Plan You’ll Lose Weight
Preparing Dinner Versus Eating Out Will Save Money
It’s Easy
You Get Five Dinners Every Week (Double Up on Your Favorites)
You’ll Get Healthy
It’s Affordable

The $99/year plan, means that for around $8 dollars a month, you can have access to healthy, convenient, superfood rich recipes that will help you thrive. That’s about the cost of a fast food meal!

Now if I told you that you that you could buy a pill for 8 dollars a month that would drastically improve your health, help you lose weight, give you energy, boost your immunity and increase your years, what would you do?

Not only that but, Domestic Life Stylist readers can get an extra 20% off by using the code LISA20 at checkout. That’s $6.75 a month if you get the one year plan. Or give Meal Cure as a gift for just $39 for 3 months.

Meal Cure is the real deal. I couldn’t be happier Shaunna’s vision and this partnership. And now, when someone asked me, “But what do I eat?”, I can just point them to Meal CURE.

If you you want the details on the Mixed Berry Barbecue Chicken recipe above, you can find it inside of Meal Cure.

Sign up and try Meal Cure for yourself.

This post was sponsored by Meal Cure. All opinions are always my own.

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