The Ultimate Summer 7-Day Diet Plan
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As we all know one of the most expected seasons of the year is coming up to bring new exciting, adventurous summer days that will keep you warm for the entire year! Of course, having summer season coming up also assumes working on having the perfect body, which is why we found it necessary to present to you the ultimate summer 7 day diet plan! Whether you’re heading to the gym, about to spend the day tackling spreadsheets or catching up on household chores, eating well is essential to keeping your energy levels up, as well as for an overall balanced diet and lifestyle. Here are seven tasty, low-fat meal suggestions for breakfast, lunch and dinner to help make healthy eating easy this summer. Thus, check it out!
Thus, according to this short term diet you have to start this day of the week with a breakfast that consists of healthy ingredients such as romaine lettuce, spinach and frozen berries while for lunch it is preferable to go for romaine, hummus and cucumber using olive oil and lemon juice as a dressing. For dinner a meal made of French green lentils, wild rice and roasted vegetables would be the best choice! Craving some snacks? How about having a small proportion of ¼ of granola?
Start your day with a full breakfast package that includes 1 banana, 4 pitted dates, 2 tablespoons organic peanut butter and a cup plain of almond milk and have a guaranteed positive mood! Follow the program by having a lunch prepared with a large sliced heirloom tomato, ¼ cup fresh mozzarella cheese, a fresh basil, ½ tablespoon aged balsamic reduction and a tablespoon cold-expeller pressed olive oil. As for dinner the ideal combination would be the one of roasted vegies, farro and red lentils! Snack alternatives required? Plain yogurt and fruits!
Breakfast: Poached egg on toast. Skip high-fat fried eggs in favour of poaching. There’s a bit of a knack to perfecting poached eggs, but the health benefits are significant, with no oil involved in cooking.
Lunch: Homemade sandwiches. Skip fatty supermarket sandwiches at lunch (typically packed with calories) and make your own instead. Raw tofu covered in tomato chutney with salad is delicious and low-fat. When making your own sandwiches, try to avoid processed white bread and full-fat mayonnaise.
Snack time? How about sliced apple and raw almonds?
Thursday morning assumes a perfect breakfast made of frozen or fresh mango, avocado, romaine, spinach and ½ cup water! Lunch on the other side assumes the combination of 4 endives, quartered, ½ of avocado, ½ of English cucumber, 1 tablespoon cold-expeller pressed olive oil and fresh lemon juice while preparing dinner assumes using ingredients such as black rice, organic soy beans and roasted veggies.
Breakfast: Fresh fruit salad. Get your 5-a-day off to a good start with a mixed fruit salad – surprisingly filling, you can use any type of fruit you like to whip up this breakfast, whether you prefer kiwi, mango, grapes or apples. Avoid syrupy tinned fruit and stick to fresh to keep it healthy.
Dinner: Super-veg pasta. Create a pasta sauce that’s packed with vegetable goodness by first frying fennel, onion and carrot until soft, before adding grilled red peppers, tomato puree and tinned tomatoes. Serve with pasta and basil to garnish for a dinner that contains only 323 calories and 2 of your 5 a day.
Breakfast: Egg and salmon sandwich. Poach an egg and serve with smoked salmon (rich in beneficial omega-3 fats) on a brown wholemeal bap or bread. This is a great power breakfast to get you through a busy day.
Lunch: Greek salad. This classic dish is a healthy favourite, and very quick and easy to prepare. Just mix lettuce leaves, black olives, feta, tomato, red onion and cucumber and drizzle lightly with olive oil for a tasty, guilt-free lunch.
There is nothing better than a Sunday morning started with a meal made of tasty and healthy ingredients such as fresh lime juice, mango chunks and coconut water (preferably unsweetened). Now the ideal lunch for Sunday would be the combo of kale, sweet apples, ¼ cup walnuts, a tablespoon of cold-expeller pressed olive oil and ½ tablespoon of aged balsamic reduction while the best choice for dinner can be a meal made of black beans, basmati rice and roasted vegetables. Looking for any snacks? How about an ounce of sharp cheddar cheese, 1 sliced apple and ¼ cup raw almonds?
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