Portioning Your Plate for Vibrant Health & Hormonal Balance

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Your food choices (and how you portion them) set the stage for managing weight, regulating hormones, reducing stress, and promoting overall health. A balanced plate is crucial! Today, we'll focus on rejuvenating your body and mind by learning how to properly portion your meals.


Portions for Vibrant Health & Hormonal Balance

Nourishing Your Body & Hormones

What and how you eat impacts more than just your weight—your mood, hormonal balance, and overall well-being are closely tied to your nutrition. When you’re aiming to rejuvenate your body and mind, it all begins with your plate.

Objectives of Today's Session

  • Learn how to eat balanced meals with natural sources of protein, veggies, quality carbs, and healthy fats, while minimizing sugar intake.
  • Discover easy ways to portion your plate effectively.
  • Use food choices to help balance hormones and reduce stress.
  • Enhance overall well-being and move towards a healthy weight through promoting balanced portions and FfL-friendly choices.

Your Food Choices (and How You Portion Them) Play a Crucial Role in

  • Managing anxiety and stress
  • Hormone regulation
  • Estrogen balance, menstrual health, and fertility
  • Immune strength
  • Joy and resilience
  • Managing weight
  • Everything else that defines your unique vitality—even impacting your DNA!


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Action Steps

  1. Focus on Portion Sizes: Use visual cues like your palm for protein and a tennis ball for carbs. 
  2. Balance Your Plate: Fill half your plate with non-starchy veggies, a quarter with protein, and keep carbs and fats in moderation. 
  3. Choose Complex Carbs: Opt for whole grains, beans, and lentils instead of simple carbs like white bread and pasta. 
  4. Limit Sugar: Reduce sugary foods and opt for whole fruits. 
  5. Use Smaller Plates: Serve meals on smaller plates to help control portions. 
  6. Daily Balance: Adjust meals throughout the day for overall balance. 
  7. Use the Food Log: Write down what you eat and drink for three days. Try to balance your plate for most meals and snacks AND minimize sugar intake. Mark any 20% cheats, like soda, desserts, or high-fat meals, to build awareness. Please send us a photo of your log so we can review it next week.

As always, we’re not dietitians, nutritionists, or healthcare providers. It’s important to consider consulting with a healthcare or nutrition professional before making any changes to your diet.

Cheers to a healthy lifestyle and living FULLforLife!
xo, Pam & Kalie