What exactly does a good nutrition plan look like?

Glad you asked, because so many people are after that quick fix, instant results, take a pill and everything will be better.

And because you clicked on this post, that means you’re looking for some solid advice, and I want to do what I can to help.

(That’s going to save you a TON of money AND time, so awesome decision)

One thing’s for sure, the quick fix unhealthy detox madness type plans are NOT what good nutrition looks like… And it’s especially not what a good plan looks like.

In this article, we will talk specifically about what a good plan looks like, and what you should master before moving on to a more individualized plan…

Because it’s important to build your foundation before you start putting in the loft.

I’m sorry.

That means no paleo, low carb, Keto diet from day 1.

That very rarely works when you don’t have a solid foundation built first.

So let’s just talk about keeping it simple for now, so we can start making progress!


Good nutrition (and a good plan) need to focus on ALL three VITAL components I’ve listed below  in order to qualify.

If your plan doesn’t qualify, then simply it’s not a good plan.

Keep looking, it’s not you… it’s YOUR PLAN.

There’s one out there…. I promise.

And trust me when I say that I tried many plans that didn’t fit the bill, but the sooner I stopped trying to follow “the rules” of those plans, the sooner I started to see results.

Let’s start on these three important pieces.


1. Good nutrition improves your body composition.

This is an important part of the equation.  Generally we all want to look good naked, so if a program doesn’t make us gain muscle, lose fat, or somewhere in between, we aren’t going to subscribe to it.  But there are plenty of ways to do this, including some evasive techniques… And that’s why we must not use this as the sole indicator and must move on to the next thing that a good nutrition must focus on.

2. Good nutrition improves your health.

Whether you’re currently in the health danger zone, or you’ve got a clean bill of health, good nutrition means that it’s improving your health.  I know, I know, this throws a ton of dangerously low calorie plans out the window.  Including the 3 shakes and 1 salad a day plan, or the cabbage soup diet.  We still aren’t done, let’s add one more layer.

3. Good nutrition improves your performance.

Yup, it needs to make us better at performing.  Whether that’s lifting weights, cycling, cardio, whatever you want to improve.  It HAS to improve your performance, and this is the one that most people are missing.  This throws out even a few more nutrition plans that people have been talking about recently, including carbohydrate loading to say the least.


I didn’t want to overwhelm you with the concepts we talked about in this blog post, and I hope I haven’t done that.  What I did want you to see, is whether the current plan you’re following fits this bill.

Does it improve your body composition, health, and performance?

If it does, then you’re perfectly good to go. Keep working your plan, it’s solid.

If it doesn’t, that’s when you need to reach out because I have found a system to help simplify this for not only me, but my LEO and First Responder team.

You can check out how our team works, by watching this free video training that I just updated, and filling out the assessment at the end for some personalized help.

Thanks for reading, and look forward to connecting again soon.


P.S. Huge shout out to my friends over at Law Enforcement Today for posting this article on their site.   If you have yet to check out their blog or podcast, it’s one of my personal top sites and shows to listen to!