‘The Colour-Fit Method’, which was published at the end of last month, describes how to identify, choose and then create meals depending upon your fitness goals.
Little, who took up his role at Bramall Lane earlier this summer, told The Star: “My young lad helped give me the idea. I was working on ways to try and make the whole process really intuitive, by using different colours and icons to illustrate the thinking behind it.
Sheffield Wednesday boss and chairman unhappy after attackers leave for Premier League
Why Sheffield Wednesday left Dennis Adeniran out completely against Charlton Athletic
Charlton Athletic boss gives Sheffield Wednesday ‘favourites’ tag – admits Hillsborough frustrations
Sheffield Wednesday ‘obviously huge’ but Charlton Athletic boss makes Owls statement
Darren Moore dismisses Barry Bannan over-reliance notion after surprise Sheffield Wednesday sub call
“Some of the things I was working on were spread out in front of me, he was climbing all over my shoulders, pointed and said ‘That one makes you run, that one makes you work’ and so on.’ That’s when I knew it was the right way to go.”
“Genuinely, sometimes footballers can have worse diets that folk in the street,” he explained. “Often, they’re quite affluent and so they can eat out often and not necessarily the right things.”
“The process behind this is to show which meals are suitable for you, depending upon what your goals are. It makes it really simple.
“I’d already built it into an app, but wanted something more suitable for everyone. There’s QR codes in there, so you can scan to videos which show you how to prepare the meals as well.”