Free Beets – Local Meal Prep Company

Meal preparation is the key to success when considering leaning down and/or to correctly fuel your body to performance at your optimal level. We have partnered with Free Beets in Victoria, BC to provide you the Limitless Performance Meal Plan.

After consulting with your trainer, they provide Free Beets the correct macronutrients for each meal and before you know it your meals will be delivered. Experience amazing tasting meals that will provide you the healthy lifestyle you need.

Bringing convenience back to the whole food experience, helping you eat well without having to prepare or eat out. No more shopping, cooking, or thinking about what to eat. Let free beets do this for you so you can enjoy your day!

Offering nutritionally balanced meal plans: Smart Lunch, Healthy Lifestyle, Weight Loss, Express and Athletic, which can start every Monday. 6-day meal plans. Free Beets start with fresh, unprocessed ingredients including whole-grains, top quality meat, wild fish, nuts, seeds, and veggies and cook them to perfection.

If you are looking to lean down or improve your performance, we will work with Free Beets and provide them the correct marco’s you require within your nutritional plan.

Protein has numerous roles in the body including development and repairing of body tissues such as muscle fibers, forming enzymes, hormones, blood cells, etc. Proteins are made up of building blocks called amino acids. These simpler blocks regulate various body chemicals and hormones. There are twenty amino acids altogether, nine of which are termed essential. This means that they cannot be manufactured by the body and must be obtained from food sources. The 20 amino acids can be linked in thousands of different ways to form thousands of different proteins, each with a unique function in the body. Protein may also increase levels of fullness and boost the metabolic rate. The nine essential amino acids are:

  • Histidine*
  • Leucine
  • Lysine
  • Isoleucine
  • Methionine
  • Phenylalanine
  • Threonine
  • Tryptophan
  • Valine

(* Is not listed as essential for adults, but is very essential for infants)

Fats are another essential part of healthy nutrition. It is important to have a full understanding of the differences between each type of fat and which are considered “good fats” i.e. those that are needed to nourish your brain, heart, nerves and hormones. It is also imperative not overindulge and surpass the recommended daily intake. Fats give the sense of feeling full after we eat them. Fats impart flavor to various foods as well. Here are the type of fats that affects your body’s metabolism as well as how much of each type is consumed:

  • Polyunsaturated Fats
  • Monounsaturated Fats
  • Trans Fats
  • Saturated Fats


Carbohydrates are commonly referred to as sugars and often make up more than 50 % of the dietary energy derived from food. Carbohydrates are to be eaten before training to help fuel the workout and spare the breakdown of muscle tissue. Consequently, relatively few carbohydrates become stored as body fat. Carbohydrates are consumed immediately after training to refill muscles with glycogen before they are used to increase body fat storage. Carbs consumed before and after training will protect the body against muscle breakdown and support glycogen levels, ultimately helping the body to grow. When carbs are performing an anabolic role (supporting growth) they are not making you fat. There are two types of carbohydrate:

  • Complex Carbohydrates
  • Simple Carbohydrates
Intensity of session: Grams carb/kg body weight grams carb/lbs. body weight
Low intensity (below 1 hour/day): 3-5 g 1.5-2.5
Moderate (between 1-3 hours/d): 5-7 g 2.3-3.2


If you are performing a low – moderate training session that is one – two and a half hours, you want to target 30 to 60 grams of carbohydrate (120 to 240 calories) per hour. That is one – two gels or 16 to 32 oz. of a sports drink per hour (if you have eaten a pre-session snack/meal). For example, the average age group athlete would be targeting 10km – 15km training run or 40km – 100km TT Bike.


Intensity of session: Grams carb/kg body weight grams carb/lbs. body weight
Endurance (3-5 hours/d): 6-10 g 2.5-4.5
Extreme (6+ hours/d): 8-12 g 3.5-5.5


If you are performing an endurance session, 60 to 90 grams and target different sources of carbohydrates (such as sports drink, banana, energy waffles) per hour. Consuming the higher end of the range (90 g, as compared to 60 g) is associated with greater stamina and endurance. For example, the average age group athlete would be targeting Ironman distance races and Ultra marathon.

Our favorite meals to order

Meal Preparation Description

Greek Style Chicken

A Chicken breast 5-6 oz Olive oil, 1 tea spoon Salt + pepper Olive oil salt and pepper lemon juice, house made hummus 2.5 oz, organic tomato 4 oz, Kalamata olives1-2 oz, Feta cheese 1oz, Zatar

Grilled Top Sirloin Steak

Top sirloin steak 6-7 oz, Olive oil 1 tea spoon, Salt + pepper, 5 oz Vegetables tossed with Olive oil salt and pepper lemon juice.

Nasi goring

4 oz Chicken, 3 Tiger Prawns, 1 Organic Free range egg, 7 oz Organic quinoa, 3 oz Vegetables, 1 oz Sesame oil, 2 oz Soy sauce.

Roasted Cauliflower Steak

Cauliflower Poached free range eggs Cumin lentils Vegetables Olive oil Salt & paper Parsley Cumin Salt & pepper

Vegetable salad with soy and sriracha dressing

Red cabbage Carrots Green beans Zucchini Bell pepper Sesame seeds Lime Soy sauce Sesame oil


Sweet potato Tofu Cherry tomato Dried cranberries Walnuts Organic greens Balsamic dressing

Limitless Eating

The brand new Limitless Eating nutrition cookbook is now available! Improve your performance and educate yourself on correct fueling. This book is the key to your success.

Have you ever wondered what potential you really could have, if you were educated on the correct fueling for optimal performance? I want you to visualise where you want your performance to be. Think about making smart changes that in hand will improve your efficiency and provide you with the energy to accomplish more than you thought you first could. That is Limitless Eating.

  • Over 50 amazing recipes with energy data tables
  • Goal setting and energy requirements for athletes
  • Making your optimal racing weight
  • Types of food and reading labels