P L A N T - B A S E D E AT I N GT O N E &S H A P E
P L A N T - B A S E D E AT I N G2Hi Guys!My Plant-Based Meal Plan contains super easy recipes that allow me to eat my favorite foods, in a clean and healthy way! Every delicious recipe is really simple and quick to make, with a heavy focus on clean eating. This 1800-2000 Calorie plan is great for toning and building lean muscle, and is built on a solid repertoire of plant-based wholefoods that I personally eat every day.If you've been looking for a plant-based program to help you improve toning, or simply want to transition to a plant-based lifestyle, this is the plan for you. Over 4 weeks, I will introduce you to new recipes and nutritional information making it easy for anyone new to this style of eating, as I know how challenging it can be to transition from an animal protein diet.Nutrition and training go hand in hand - our bodies are sculpted in the gym, but MADE in the kitchen!Each recipe contains basic nutritional information listing the calorie content for each serving. This will help you become familiar with nutrition and portion control - a very important aspect to achieving your dream body goals!It's also important to remember that the nutrition information provided is based on specific ingredients I have used. When you make these meals, try to be exact the first few times and measure out your ingredients. This will then allow you to accurately estimate your meals in the future to make quick work in preparing your food.P L A N T - B A S E D E AT I N GINTRODUCTIONKatyaxoxo
P L A N T - B A S E D E AT I N G3HOW TO USE MY MEAL PLANMY PLANS CAN BE MADE TO SUIT YOU!I have created these meal plans so that you can tweak them to your lifestyle. Each meal contains similar caloric content so if you don't feel like a shake in the morning, you can have something else without breaking the calorie bank. HOW TO USE YOUR MEAL PLANEach week, I have provided you with 4 different breakfast, lunch and dinner ideas. This is so that you have variation - one of the biggest problems with meal plans is that they don't cater for how you feel! So instead of splurging when you don't feel like eating what's for lunch, simply change to a different lunch.So, pick a breakfast, lunch, and dinner, add your flex calories, and voila! That's your plan for the day done. Fill in the grid to help you grocery shop, stay on track, and plan for your next meal.FLEX CALORIESYou'll notice that each day I have left 500 flex calories for you; these are for your own healthy snacks and treats to allow you some breathing room. You're also allowed two flex meals with a calorie target of 600 calories per week, for dining out or meals of choice. I have placed these on Friday and Saturday, as this is when I use them most of the time, but feel free to move this around your week as needed. Remember, for your flex calories focus more on whole foods and less on processed snacks and soda.
- Summer '20
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