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How to design and create a meal plan
How to design and create a meal plan

Meal plan templates, support for nutritionists

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Written by Sean Buxton
Updated over a week ago

In the main menu, go to Practice Tools, then Meal Plan Templates.

Next click Create Template.

In the side bar, enter the template name, as well as a description. Select the Type of day the template is suitable for. You can choose from:

  • Match day

  • Match day - 1

  • High volume training day

  • Low volume training day

  • Rest day

  • Injured athlete

  • Off-season

Selecting a Type of day helps your clients find suitable templates when in their Planner.

You will now be in the meal plan builder where you will be able to add blocks (such as breakfast at 7am), then add foods / recipes to those blocks.

Now that you've created a block, click the Add Food button. Here you will see four tabs:

  • Regional - containing generic and branded food items for UK, Australia and USA

  • Foods - containing generic foods populated by SENPRO, as well as custom foods uploaded by you

  • Recipes - containing recipes by SENPRO and those uploaded by you

  • Favourites - containing your favourite recipes

Once you have searched for a food / recipe, enter the portion size / quantity.

Use the multi-add functionality to help save time. You will see foods and recipes you've added in the gold bar at the bottom of the side screen.

Press the gold [ADD] button when you're ready to add the foods / recipes to the meal block.

Sharing the meal plan template

Once you have completed your meal plan template, you have the option to assign or share it with your clients. Alternatively, you can export to PDF to share with clients manually.

To learn more about assigning, sharing and exporting meal plan templates, take a look at this article we wrote here:

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