Meal Plan

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Meal Plan 1

Breakfast: 3 egg whites 1 low fat Greek yogurt 1 cup oatmeal Water

Snack: Protein shake 1 cup fruit (banana, apple, pear, peach) Water

Lunch: 1 cup turkey 1 half sweet potato 1 cup chopped cucumbers Water

Snack 2: 1 whole fruit Water

Dinner: 1 grilled salmon 10 sugar snap peas 2 slices of low fat cheese
1 half sweet potato (from lunch)

Before Bed Snack: 1 low fat greek yogurt

Meal Plan 2

Breakfast: 3 egg whites
1 piece of whole fruit Water

Snack: Protein shake Water

Lunch: Grilled chicken salad with 2tsps low fat dressing 1 whole fruit (banana, apple, pear, peach) Water

Snack 2: 2 pieces of whole wheat toast with 2 tsps low fat peanut butter 1 whole fruit (banana, apple, pear, peach) Water

Dinner: 1 can tuna fish 2 cups skim milk 15 baby carrots 6 small celery sticks

Before Bed Snack: 2 cups almond milk

Meal Plan 3

Breakfast: 3 egg whites I low fat Greek yogurt 1 half banana Water

Snack: Protein shake 1 half banana (the other part from the morning breakfast) Water

Lunch: 1 grilled salmon 1 cup yellow rice 10 baby carrots Water

Snack 2: Low fat greek yogurt Water

Dinner: Grilled chicken wrap with whole wheat tortilla 2 tbsps low fat sour cream 6 small celery sticks

Before Bed Snack: 2 cups almond milk

Meal Plan 4

Breakfast: 3 egg whites 1 cup regular oatmeal 1 whole fruit…...

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