Τετάρτη, 27 Αυγούστου 2014

TWO EXAMPLES FOR YOUR MEAL PLANS

The Belly Fat Diet Plan is meant to permit you some freedom of choice in your diet, also a simple to follow arrange. How you divide your meals is up to your preferences, your lifestyle and your schedule. If you want to graze all day, without coming up with regular, larger meals, you can do this. If you wish to plan 3 regular meals with several snacks in between, you can try this, too.

Here are a couple of examples which will help you map out the meal plan that works best for you.

A Grazing Set up

(The times are just examples we have a tendency to’re using instead of meals)

8am: Dr. Oz’s Smoothie or the Sunshine Smoothie (recipe in the included Belly Fat Diet Cookbook)

10am: An apple and a cheese stick

12pm: Boiled egg, spinach and tomato wrap with vinaigrette

2pm: Greek yogurt and red grapes

4pm: Coffee, celery sticks with almond butter

6pm: Chicken breast and brown rice soup

8pm: Dark chocolate and an orange

10pm: Green tea and cottage cheese with contemporary peaches

A Traditional Meal Plan:

Breakfast:

Scrambled eggs with mushrooms, peppers and onion

Slice of whole grain toast with almond butter

Sliced apple

Coffee

Morning Snack:

Cheese stick and an orange

Late Morning Snack:

Grapes and almonds

Lunch:

Chicken soup

Boiled egg

Pineapple spears

Afternoon Snack:

Sesame butter and honey on a slice of whole-grain bread

Dinner:

Broiled salmon

Saute'ed spinach, shallots and mushrooms

Baked sweet potato

Salad with romaine, red peppers, onion and honey-lime dressing

Evening Snack:

Two slices of watermelon

Late Night Snack:

Greek yogurt

As you'll see, you can divide up your food any means you like, set up as much or as very little as you prefer and eat as typically as you want. Feel free to mix and match days yet, to suit a changing schedule or simply to keep things attention-grabbing.

The only things you wish to do are keep on with the foods list and the guidelines.

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