Simple meal plan to lose weight

Breakfast Meal Plan for Weight Loss

First and foremost, only eat when you are truly hungry. Do not force yourself to eat; instead, pay attention to your body's hunger and fullness signs.

If you're hungry, eat meals that are high in protein and fat, such as eggs, cheese, and avocado. Here are some suggestions:

1 string cheese + 2 hard cooked eggs

12 avocado omelet with chopped bell pepper

1 cup crushed nuts + 1 cup low-sugar yogurt


AND! Did you know that eating protein for breakfast can help you avoid cravings for carbs later in the day (2)?


Lunch

What do we hope to get out of lunch? We want to be satisfied, but not so sluggish that we can't get back to work! With my "formula," often known as #thatformula, it's simple to make filling and invigorating lunches and dinners:

2 cups non-starchy veggies, such as lettuce, bell peppers, broccoli, and other similar items

Fats, such as avocado, cheese, and oil, provide 100-200 calories.

4-5 oz. of protein, such as chicken, tofu, or beef


Here's a lunchtime sample!

1 tbsp mayo + everything bagel seasoning + 1 can tuna (protein). Combine the ingredients in a bowl. 2 cups baby carrots dipped


Snacks

To keep you full and energized, I recommend sticking to protein and fat items while limiting total carbohydrates, similar to breakfast.

Here are a couple such instances.

1 cup baby carrots + 1 guacamole to-go

2 firm boiled eggs + 1 string cheese

1-2 jerky servings


Dinner

Use the same formula I mentioned earlier!

2 cups non-starchy veggies, such as lettuce, bell peppers, broccoli, and other similar items

Fats, such as avocado, cheese, and oil, provide 100-200 calories.

4-5 oz. of protein, such as chicken, tofu, or beef


Here's an example of a supper menu.

1 serve frozen shrimp + 2 cups broccoli Drain any excess water and stir fry with an oil spray. 2 tablespoons peanut sauce and 1/8 cup toasted peanuts on top