52 weeks

your COMPLETE GUIDE TO MEAL PREPPING THROUGH THE SEASONS

52 Weeks is a comprehensive program designed by a dietitian that provides weekly meal plans to help you prepare quick, balanced meals all week. All materials are provided – meal plans, weekly shopping lists, batch cooking instructions + recipes for meal assembly. 

Meals in under 10 minutes all week

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Meal prep can be boring and repetitive.
It can also foster an unhealthy relationship with food.

Let's change that.

52 Weeks four pillars of health

  1. Know what you’re eating [cook your own food]

  2. Eat real, whole foods [improved dietary intake → improved health status]

  3. Cultivate a positive relationship with food [intuitive eating, empowerment and improved self-efficacy]

  4. Promote sustainable shifts in consumption [practical integration and sustainable behavior change]

Each week you will receive a complete step-by-step guide. Emails are delivered Thursday, Saturday and Tuesday.

Read below to see how 52 Weeks is structured

 

How It Works


Sunday = grocery shop + batch cook

Wednesday = batch cook

Monday – Friday = meals in under 10 minutes

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your comprehensive plan

Your weekly plan includes:
– meal plan
– shopping list
– batch cooking instructions + recipes
– individual meal recipes

Your plan is tailored to include the meals you need. You have the option to include 15 meals + 10 snacks to cover meals for 5 days [M-F]

Your shopping list includes everything you need for the week ahead – ingredients and amounts

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meal prep = batch cooK 2 x WK

Your batch cook guides include: 
– time-saving steps
– batch cook recipes
– items to be made at meal time

Batch cook twice a week for an hour or two.

Recipes include grains, proteins, vegetables, fruit, sauces and dips – everything you need to quickly assemble meals throughout the week 

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meals in under 10 min. m-f

Individual recipes include: 
– nutritional breakdown of dish
– recipe highlights
– recipe time

Individual meal assembly recipes – breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks 

Nutrition Information

Currently, all 52 Weeks meal plans [breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks] are built based on 1,600 calories a day. Snacks account for 15% of calories and meals cover the remaining 85%. Macronutrient breakdown of meals is 45% carbs, 30% protein and 25% fat [give or take 10%]. Please know all will balance out each week. More calorie options to come!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Why 52 Weeks?

You're busy and don't have time to cook – make weekday meals in 10 minutes or less


You care about what you put in your body – recipes are created by a Registered Dietitian, are whole–food based and balanced


You want to reach your health and weight goals – your plan is built around your caloric needs


You like good food – recipes are simple, quick and delicious 


You like variety – recipes change each week to allow for variety and seasonality


You want to change your relationship with food – 52 Weeks will show you how to cook and eat in a practical, healthy manner [it's not a diet – it's a sustainable way to eat and live]


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What people are saying 

52 Weeks opened my eyes – this program is not a diet. It taught me how to properly nourish my body in a way that fits my lifestyle.
— Casey Orchard, 30 [SF finance professional balancing her career, happy hour and trx]
Not only did the 52 Weeks recipes align with meals I enjoy, the education and discipline that Kelly brought completely shifted my mindset and eating habits almost instantly.
— Nancy Yeh, 32 [SF real estate agent balancing work and travel]
52 Weeks changed my outlook on meal prep – it went from being a chore to something I enjoy doing for myself.
— Melissa Lynch, 27 [entrepreneur balancing work, travel and the gym]

Coming soon: meal plans personalized based on caloric need, weight goals, dietary preferences, allergies, dislikes and medical conditions