Sunday to Monday Diet Plan table for Healthy Living

To lead a perfectly healthy life, you need to introduce three regular practices in your life: Healthy eating, regular exercise, and mental relaxation. So just follow a good diet plan, go for a jog every morning and get yourself a premium massage recliner and you will be as healthy as they come. The only vague instruction there was a Weekly Meal Plan. That’s what we are here to tell you.

A healthy Weekly Meal Plan consists of food from every food group (Carbs, fats, proteins, and fiber) in almost equal amounts. The average number of calories a normal person should consume everyday should not exceed 1500 calories.

You must also keep in mind that regular snacking between meals is not as bad as it is made out to be. This doesn’t mean you eat a couple of handfuls of M&Ms’ after every meal; it pretty much goes without saying that you should snack healthy too! This is so your metabolic rate will remain constant and not have to accelerate up from 0 after every couple of hours.

The plan we will be discussing will help you consume 1200-1500 calories every day and will try to include all food groups too. It will help in shedding a few unneeded pounds without eating anything that is less than delicious.

Day 1 Diets

Breakfast – Poached egg with toasted, whole wheat bread, Amedium-sized banana.
Snack – Low-fat Greek yogurt.
Lunch – Chickpea and almond salad with salad dressing of your choice One, medium-sized peach.
Snack – Half a cup of raisins.
Dinner – Seared salmon with a side of stir-fried vegetables and a vinaigrette, One medium-sized peach.

Day 2 Diets

Breakfast – Raisin bran with skimmed milk, 1 cup of mixed berries.
Snack – Celery stick with hummus.
Lunch – Lemon and herb pasta with low-fat Parmesan cheese.
Snack – One medium apple.
Dinner – Chicken fajitas, Low-fat ice cream.

Day 3 Diets

Breakfast – Smoothie bowl with low-fat Greek yogurt, blueberries, and bananas.
Snack – One medium orange.
Lunch – Whole wheat pita bread sandwiches.
Snack – Half a cup of walnuts.
Dinner – Shrimp and spinach stir-fry.

Day 4 Diets

Breakfast – Whole-wheat bread with slices of avocado and chia seeds.
Snack – One cup low-fat ice cream.
Lunch – Pasta salad with tofu and nuts.
Snack – Carrot sticks with hummus.
Dinner – Stir-fried cauliflower rice with boneless chicken.

Day 5 Diets

Breakfast – English muffins with margarine, One large banana.
Snack – Small bowl of mixed fruit.
Lunch – Feta cheese skewers with cherry tomatoes and pickles.
Snack – Two kiwi fruits.
Dinner – Steak with a lean cut of beef, One small orange.

Day 6 Diets

Breakfast – Poached egg and salsa on flour tortillas.
Snack – 1/4 cup of roasted almonds.
Lunch – Stir-fried brown rice with tomato sauce and tofu.
Snack – One cup of strawberries.
Dinner – Cauliflower crust pizza with low-fat mozzarella and cheddar cheese and pepperoni.

Day 7 Diets

Breakfast – Waffles with honey and bananas.
Snack – One medium-sized apple, cut into slices and served with hummus.
Lunch – Tuna sandwich with low-fat mayo, One large peach.
Snack – A medium-sized bowl of watermelon.
Dinner – Vegetarian Lasagna, One small apple.

Author’s Bio: Sara is a psychologist by profession and she loves massage therapies. She enjoys home-based work and traveling. She is obsessed with massage chair therapies and other relaxing techniques. She recently wrote on the benefits of Thai massage.