Edit: someone nicely just pointed out that the chicken is missing an amount! No, I’m not suggesting you eat 3 chicken breasts😂 It should have said 4oz.
Meal plans have some serious drawbacks, namely:
1. They can be hard to adhere to (what if you hate radishes & it calls for radishes?!, do you then feel “off plan?”)
2. They don’t help a person learn much about food, calories and portion sizes since one doesn’t have to make any choices.
I do, however, regularly brainstorm with clients to help them come up with meals & snacks to include in meal plans of their own creation. In fact, most of the items on this template come from my clients food logs:)
I’m putting this template up here to give you some ideas & help you see some patterns to use when creating your own personalized fat loss meal plans. Patterns such as;
Protein with each meal & most snacks.
Plentiful fruits and veggies.
The use of mostly nutrient dense foods.
The absence of many liquid calories.
Keep in mind: if you require more or less calories for your personal goals you can adjust the portion sizes accordingly. 1500 calories isn’t a special number, simply an example. Keep protein at .7-1grams per lb of goal body weight. You can adjust fats & carbs according to your preference. If you prefer more fat, perhaps take out the rice and add in avocado, keeping total calories the same:)
One final note- in case you did some math, the exact total for all of this food is 1492😉
Hope this helps!
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