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Old November 18th, 2015, 09:55 AM
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Post good Weekly Meal Plan

The meal plan that follows is the most effective meal plan that seems to work every time. But remember; do not get hung up on the foods.
You can always substitute out foods to meet your needs and ask us if you are unsure.
The most important thing is that you consume your <snip>

Monday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and <snip>
Snack- 25 almonds
Lunch- Turkey Wrap, 1 apple with a hand full of raw
Snack- 1 piece of string cheese
Dinner- Spicy Chicken, Side salad and 2 Tbsp. olive oil/vinegar dressing
Before Bed: <snip>

Tuesday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and<snip>
Snack- 2 small boxes of raisins
Lunch- Leftover Spicy Chicken with a hand full of raw veggies
Snack- 0% fat Greek yogurt
Dinner- Miso Salmon, 2 cups of broccoli
Before Bed- <snip>


Wednesday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and <snip>
Snack- 25 almonds
Lunch- Black Bean and Cheese Burrito, 1 apple with a hand full of raw veggies
Snack- 1 piece of string cheese
Dinner- Veggie Burger and bun with a hand full of raw veggies, Salad with 4 Tbsp. olive oil/vinegar dressing, 1 serving of sweet potato fries
Before Bed: <snip>

Thursday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and <snip>
Snack- 15 snap peas, 2 Tbsp. of hummus
Lunch- Gobbleguac Sandwich, 1 apple with a hand full of raw veggies
Snack- 1 banana, 1 piece of string cheese
Dinner- Steamed Snapper with Pesto, 1 cup of brown rice, 2 cups of broccoli with a hand full of raw veggies
Before Bed: <snip>

Friday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and <snip>
Snack- 1 Bar containing nuts or raisins


Lunch- A Salad with chicken breast or grilled fish, 25 almonds with a hand full of raw veggies
Snack, 30 baby carrots, 4 Tbsp. of hummus
Dinner- Chicken Spinach Parm, 1 cup of brown rice, 2 cups of snow peas with hand full of raw veggies
Before Bed: <snip>
Saturday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and Your Fat Diminishing Drink
Cheat Day!!! Have fun and enjoy! Share how your week went on the fit wall!
Before Bed: <snip>

Sunday
Breakfast- Only Fruit and Veggies and <snip>
Snack- 1 Protein Bar
Lunch- Eat Out, with a hand full of raw veggies
Snack- 0% fat Greek yogurt
Dinner- Creamy salmon pasta, 2 cups of broccoli with a hand full of raw veggies
Before Bed: <snip>

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Old November 18th, 2015, 10:10 AM
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Re: good Weekly Meal Plan

Before anyone try this meal plan, please consult a registered dietician.
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Old November 18th, 2015, 10:37 AM
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Re: good Weekly Meal Plan

Ugh... Who wants to follow that plan? It looks so tedious. I'm not going to count almonds... One... two... three... ZZZzzz...

I went to a dietician a few years ago. She was fine with my couple cups of coffee, slice of toast with butter or jelly, an orange or apple for breakfast. Lunch was simple - I ate fruit usually. Sometimes I bring leftovers - I generally work through lunch and just eat at my desk. Dinner... Just don't pig out. The idea she had was for me to cut out the snacks (chips, dips, crackers & cheese spreads - junk like that) and a lot of sugars.

And... She told me to exercise 'cause I'm getting old.

See a dietician... Ask questions.
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Old November 18th, 2015, 05:13 PM
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Re: good Weekly Meal Plan

Lol at counting almonds! but 25? - blurk, that's way too many unless they are chocolate coated?

(0% fat Greek Yoghurt??)
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Re: good Weekly Meal Plan

LOL - can you imagine making this work for a family? It'd be hard enough for a SAHM, but having to throw together Miso Salmon between corralling kids for activities and homework after a long day at work?

Ahhh yes. I used to be single and childless too.
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