Losing 10 pounds is harder than it sounds. Unfortunately, weight loss isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition. What helps one person shed pounds may backfire on another. Because we’re all so different, from our food preferences to our body chemistry, the only successful way to reach and maintain a healthy weight is to find what works for you. Below is a proven meal plan that can help you get use to start shedding your weight.
Breakfast: A green smoothie: 2 c kale, 1 c coconut water, ½ c water, 2 c strawberries, ½ banana, 1 Tbsp fresh ginger, 1 Tbsp coconut oil, a handful of ice
Midday snack: 3 egg-white muffins with goat cheese, chicken sausage, and spinach
Lunch: Kale salad with tuna, carrots, cabbage, and hard-boiled eggs
Mid-afternoon snack: Apple with cashew butter
Dinner: Crockpot turkey and sweet potato chili
Post-dinner snack: 1 to 2 squares of dark chocolate and handful of almonds
Breakfast: 1 whole-grain waffle with 1 Tbsp peanut butter and ½ sliced banana
Snack: A handful of almonds and dried cranberries
Lunch: 4 oz. grilled salmon, 1 c chopped, grilled asparagus, ½ of a small roasted sweet potato with cayenne pepper
Snack: 1 green apple
Dinner: Two scrambled eggs with ½ chopped tomato, a handful of spinach, ¼ cup low-fat cheese, and Sriracha, wrapped in a whole-wheat tortilla
Snack: ½ cup berries with ½ cup plain Greek yogurt and a drizzle of honey
Breakfast: ½ cup of Kodiak Waffle Mix (a high-protein waffle mix), 20g of fat-free Reddi Wip, 2 slices of bacon, 100g of egg whites (and sometimes I throw some cheese on there)
Post-workout snack: Protein smoothie: ½ banana, 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder, 2 Tbsp powdered peanut butter; 1 c fat free milk, ice
Lunch: 150g of light tuna mixed with 2 Tbsp of Bolthouse Farms Ranch (a low-fat yogurt-based dressing), lettuce or salad mix, 30-40g of avocado, 2-4 Tbsp of wonton crisps for extra crunch and flavor
Snack: Greek yogurt with raspberries
Dinner: 6 oz. grilled chicken or pacific cod, 150g rice, ½ cup edamame or black beans, 1 Tbsp Yumm sauce (from Cafe Yumm)
Dessert: Halo Top Ice Cream. My favorite flavor is birthday cake, and it’s only 280 calories plus 24g of protein for the whole pint.
Breakfast: 2 eggs and 1 piece of whole-wheat toast with ¼ smashed avocado on it
Snack: A shake with 1 c blueberries, 2 Tbsp peanut butter, and a scoop of protein powder (I use hemp-seed protein)
Lunch: ¾ c of a protein (like chicken), ½ c of a carbs (like quinoa), and 1 c of steamed kale, bell peppers, and mushrooms. I like to make salsa chicken, which is 2 lbs. of chicken breast cooked in a slow cooker with 1 c salsa. It makes delicious shredded chicken. I also season the breasts with red pepper flakes and cumin.
Snack: 1 c of fruit (like strawberries), 1 c of veggies (like sweet peppers)
Dinner: ¾ cup of a protein (tuna, salmon, or pork tenderloin) and one veggie (usually broccoli)
Breakfast: 1½ baked egg muffins (with egg whites and turkey sausage) and two mandarin oranges
Snack: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Quest Bar
Lunch: 1 can of tuna with 2 tsp mayonnaise and 1 red apple, or a turkey and spinach wrap with mayonnaise
Snack: A FlapJacked Cinnamon Apple Mighty Muffin
Dinner: 4-5 oz. of salmon with Brussels sprouts or a salad with cheese, ground chicken, lettuce, and tortilla chips
Breakfast: Oats sweetened with honey, an egg, and half of a banana
Lunch: Green salads with beans, lentils, or chicken, and lots of veggies
Dinner: Turkey or veggie burgers, salads, or soups such as minestrone, chicken noodle, and turkey and rice
Snacks: One serving of fruits and vegetables
Breakfast: A smoothie made with half a banana, a cup of berries, a handful of spinach, and a scoop of protein powder or almond butter
Lunch: Roasted vegetables with quinoa
Dinner: Soups and salads, or burrito bowls—made with roasted sweet potato or brown rice, black beans, avocado, salsa, and a cashew “cheese” sauce
Snacks: Nuts, fruits, veggies and hummus
Breakfast: Avocado toast or three eggs scrambled on toast with olive oil, salt, and red-pepper flakes
Lunch: Peanut butter sandwich with a side of 2% Greek yogurt with fruit and flaxseed
Dinner: Whole wheat pasta with kale, or corn and chickpea ceviche
Snacks: Banana chips and nuts
Breakfast: A veggie omelet
Lunch: Sushi roll and a salad
Dinner: Turkey burgers with broccoli, or a meat and veggie stir-fry
Snack: Protein bars and fruit
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