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Day 1 of Healthy Meal Plan – What to eat today?

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Day 1 of Healthy Meal Plan – What to eat today?

 Do you want daily food plans that suit your healthy lifestyle? If yes, then trust me, you are not alone in this matter. Planning your whole list of foods that you can take on a daily basis is not that much tough, but if you don’t have any particular knowledge about it, your healthy food designing may take a little effort. This article will offer you a great start!

Here, I will talk about the day-one healthy diet plan from your breakfast to dinner. Furthermore, I’ll also share with you my healthy plan secrets. Let’s get started!

Daily Healthy Meal Plan

Below are some everyday meal plans so that you will be able to eat a variety of healthy meals each day.

The Day One Plan (Day-1)

Today’s meal plan is straightforward yet healthy. It comprises about 2,249 calories, with 50% of those calories coming from carbs, 20% fat, and 25 % from protein. It also includes almost 33 g of dietary fiber.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a must, so don’t skip it. The ideal time of your breakfast should 7:30 a.m. Don’t late your first meal above 10:30.


Breakfast meal includes;

  • One grapefruit
  • Two pouched eggs
  • Two slices of toast with butter and toast must be made from unprocessed or whole grains.
  • One cup low-fat dairy milk
  • One cup of black coffee or herbal tea

Snack

Morning Snack

Snack is optional, and it includes;

  • One banana
  • One cup Greek yogurt with honey (1 ½ tablespoon)

Lunch

There should be a 4 hours gap between your first meal and lunch. Eat your lunch at 1:30 pm.

It includes;

  • Chicken breast, baked or roasted (Click Here for Recipe)
  • One simple salad
  • One glass of water

Dinner

Broccoli

The ideal time for dinner is at 7:45 pm. It includes:

  • One cup of steamed broccoli (Click Here for Recipe)
  • Brown rice (for serving)
  • Baked Halibut (Click Here for Recipe)

Description

1. Breakfast Routine

My day- one healthy food plan is simple, and you don’t have to do anything special to follow it. As I mentioned earlier, for me, breakfast is something that I cannot skip. I get up in the morning at almost 6:45 a.m and I maintain almost half an hour’s duration.

At 7:30 a.m. I eat my breakfast which mainly includes eggs (poached egg), whole-grain bread, and one cup of fat-free fat. In addition, I drink almost 3 glasses of water between my breakfast and the next snack.

At 10:30 a.m. I drink my favorite herbal tea. As I’m not too fond of coffee, so I prefer tea.

2. Lunch Routine

I eat my lunch at 2:00 p.m. My lunch is mostly included roasted fatty fish like salmon, tuna, and trout or poultry like chicken or turkey. I never forget to use green salads with my lunch because it is good to have a combination of healthy protein, vitamins, and minerals.

I also drink one glass of water with my lunch. My office timing is from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m. So it is good for me to eat at this time.

3. Dinner Routine

I have dinner that includes steamed leafy greens, lean meat in a roasted form, and one glass of water. I will never be late at my dinner because it is not suitable for my health, so you should do the same!

My Healthy Secret Tips

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  • Don’t skip your breakfast in any case
  • Avoid consumption of alcohol and tobacco
  • Regularly eat on a fixed time
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Eat a variety of foods and don’t stick on a few foods
  • Avoid processed and sugary foods of restaurants

Summary

I have described a basic 3-day healthy food plan. You may add or skip anything according to your choice. So, don’t feel disappointed if you don’t stick to this meal design. You can do variations that fit your lifestyle and requirements. But believe me, this plan will work!


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