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On today’s episode, Steph walks you through how she meal preps. Her approach is different than Dr. Elana’s in that she meal preps throughout the week depending on her schedule, instead of having a dedicated meal prep day.

Similar to episode #120 with Dr. Elana, Steph shares her three tips for before, during, and after meal prep to help you be consistent week after week. She answers commonly asked questions and highlights key takeaways to help you start meal prepping or to level up, if you’re already in the practice.

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Topics Discussed:

  • What to do if you start dreading meal prep
  • How to navigate meal prep during different seasons of motherhood
  • A “three-day” approach to meal prep
  • Transitioning from recipes to simple meals
  • Ways to keep things fresh and fun while keeping things simple

This episode's guest

Stephanie Greunke, MS, RDN, PMH-C, CPT, is a registered dietitian, pre & postnatal corrective exercise specialist, maternal mental health expert, military wife, and mama of two boys. Currently residing in San Diego, Stephanie helps mamas navigate the entire journey to motherhood.

After experiencing postpartum anxiety, Stephanie is passionate about maternal/paternal mental health, helping families set themselves up for success before baby comes and navigating the transition to parenthood. She’s the program director for Whole30’s Whole Mamas Club and is committed to building a community of moms who encourage each other and share their own experiences so moms know they’re not alone and have resources to feel empowered.

To learn more about her, follow her on Instagram where she shares postpartum mindset tips, information on nutrition for mental health, and her simple #ingredientmeal strategy for healthy eating.