“Strength Is for Everyone”

Are you ready to become the best version of you? We have teamed up with Celebrity Trainer, Nutrition Coach and Co-Founder of HIITBURN, Kelsey Heenan, to give you FIIT. A nutrient-packed meal program to fuel your best life through a perfect balance of high quality proteins, carbs and fat. Most diets and workout programs simply aren’t set up for success; they are either too time-consuming, unrealistic or restrictive causing stress and anxiety instead of the results we crave. 

FIIT by Kelsey Heenan takes the guesswork out of eating healthy and becoming the best (and leanest) version of you. With three nutrient packed meals a day including superfoods like grass fed beef, wild and sustainable seafood, fiber-rich vegetables, colorful slow carbs and a variety of optional healthy snacks, you will feel satiated while you fast-track the road to your fittest, happiest and healthiest self. 

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This Weeks Menu

week of November 14th

Day 1

Breakfast
Apple Pie Walnut Bar, Pumpkin Sunflower Sprinkle
Cinnamon Cashew Coconut Cream

Lunch
Sesame Ginger Slow Roasted Salmon
Tuscan Kale, Shredded Red Cabbage, Red Onion, Pomegranates, Persian Cucumbers,  Beets, Miso Almond Butter Dressing

Dinner
Braised Short Ribs, Cacao Liver Mole Sauce
Mashed Kohlrabi, Greens

Day 2

Breakfast
Everything Almond Meal Bagel
Scallion Cashew Cream Farm Egg, Sunflower Pumpkin Seed Kale Spread

Lunch
Korean Slow Cooker Heritage Pork Lettuce Cups
Julienne Carrots, Daikon, Cabbage, Beets, Tahini Gochujang Dressing

Dinner
Chicken Parm
Almond Crusted Chicken, Basil Cashew Cream, Marinara, Sautéed Broccoli

Day 3

Breakfast
Butternut Squash Pancakes, Sunflower Pumpkin Seeds Sprinkle
Spiced Pumpkin Coconut Cream

Lunch
Fish Cakes
Fall Greens, Roasted Blue Hubbard Squash, Radish, Onion, Beets, Miso Horseradish Cashew Dressing

Dinner
Persian Lamb Stew
Greens, Pomegranates, Walnuts

Day 4

Breakfast
Fall Harvest Frittata
Honey Nut Squash Hash

Lunch
Tandoori Chicken
Butter Lettuce Cups, Turmeric Cauliflower, Red Onion, Sunflower Pumpkin Seeds Sprinkle, Beets, Cucumber Coconut Dressing

Dinner
Shrimp Lo Mein
Zucchini and Butternut Noodles, Cabbage, Scallions, Beets

Day 5

Breakfast
Almond Meal Biscuit Egg & Heritage Bacon
Kale Spread, Beets

Lunch
BBQ Turkey Burgers
Cabbage, Brussels, Kohlrabi Slaw, Lemon Scallion Aioli, Sunflower Pumpkin Seeds Sprinkle

Dinner
Sous Vide Pork Shoulder
Sous Vide Pork Shoulder, Liver Sauce

Day 6

Breakfast
Cherry Almond Pumpkin Sunflower Seed Vanilla Muffins
Cinnamon Vanilla Pea Protein Smoothie

Lunch
Rosemary Chicken
Shaved Brussels, Greens, Roasted Autumn Squashes, Sunflower Seeds, Cranberry Dressing, Beets

Dinner
Furikake Halibut
Sesame Cabbage, Roasted Shiitakes, Nori, Cauliflower Rice

Day 7

Breakfast
Farm Egg Salmon Squares
Spaghetti Squash Beet Latkes

Lunch
Pulled Chicken Salad
Fall Salad Slaw, Broccoli Seed Pesto

Dinner
Spaghetti & Meatballs
Grass Fed Meatballs, Spaghetti Squash, Marinara

A New Mindset for Nutrition

“I used to count the calories of every bite that I put into my mouth. Nothing went untracked. Every bite felt like a countdown until I ran out for the day. I wasn’t enjoying the food I was eating. I always felt hungry. I wasn’t fueling my body. Energy was low. Anxiety was high. And food always felt scarce. 
I’m grateful that I unlearned this way of thinking, quit these habits, and healed from the compulsions I was experiencing. If you have a challenging relationship with food, know that you’re not alone. I’ve been there too. FIIT is my way of offering easy, delicious and powerful meals that will fuel and nourish you, never restrict or punish. I hope you will love them as much as I do!”
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Frequently Asked Questions

Is coffee allowed on the program?

Coffee is a methylation adaptogen, thanks to two amazing polyphenols it contains: caffeic acid and chlorogenic acid. Looking at the research, it seems like you could consume quite a bit of coffee without negative effects and probably some good benefits. The tricky part is that for most of us, the caffeine content in both green tea and coffee comes at the cost of lost sleep, or poor-quality sleep, which is definitely damaging to our DNA methylation and gene expression in the brain. Here’s what we recommend for coffee lovers:

Go organic
Limit to one or at most two cups
Finish your last cup before noon
Drink it black and unsweetened, or with MCT oil for an extra serving of healthy fat

 

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This is a good question since our patients may already be avoiding gluten, dairy, nightshades, red meat, processed food, sugar, refined carbs, as well as exercise daily, meditate daily, and get 7+ hours sleep. It is still possible to see additional benefits—remember we’re leaning specifically on adding in methyl donors and adaptogens. These nutrients are not focused on in any diet protocol that I am aware of in quite the same way that we are doing here.

 

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On the Intensive version MINIMAL amounts of natural no-calorie sweeteners that don’t impact blood sugar, including erythritol, inulin, monkfruit, and stevia are okay.

 

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Legumes, while generally a very healthy source of protein and fiber, are higher in carbs and, for a small subset of folks, might cause indigestion and even be pro-inflammatory. Because high blood sugar directly damages DNA methylation, Younger You is designed to be low glycemic and that means legumes aren’t included in the Intensive program, except for vegetarians and vegans.

 

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There are differing opinions on this. Traditionally and strictly speaking anything over 5 kcal is considered breaking a fast. And then there is a more flexible approach which claims that fat disrupts a lot less the cleanup and repair benefits of fasting compared to proteins and carbohydrates. Therefore coffee or tea (2-4 calories) with MCT oil (healthy fat) may not completely halt the cleanup and repair process of fasting.

 

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If the patient is already doing it and it works, then that’s great. For people just starting out, we recommend starting with moderate exercise. Some say intense exercise (over 80% of max heart rate) can be inflammatory but the data is inconclusive as of now. The
most important takeaway is to keep moving, and move doing something you enjoy.

Need help?

Get in touch with us at info@dailydoselife.com and we’ll be happy to help guide you.

Kelsey Heenan

Kelsey Heenan, is certified trainer, nutrition coach, and the Co-Founder of the brands HIIT BURN and The Daily Kelsey. She is also a trainer on Openfit, where you can find her programs Four Weeks of Focus and Get Strong with Kelsey. She has worked with tens of thousands of people across the world to become healthier, happier, and more fit through her workout, nutrition, and mindset programs. Kelsey works with celebrities, athletes, and people from all types of backgrounds and fitness levels. She was recently featured on the cover of Strong Fitness Magazine and her work has been featured in publications like Shape, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Forbes, Nike Training, and Muscle & Fitness. Kelsey helps you get fit by improving your relationship with food, exercise and your body, to help you become Stronger Than Ever in every sense!. more

This program is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We recommend that you consult with your doctor prior to starting this program if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription medications or nutritional supplements.