1500 calorie diet plan

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1500 Calorie meal plan for safe weight loss. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks. Source:- http://fitnessjockey.com/healthy-diet-plan-for-weight-loss-1500-calories-per-day/


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The Best Healthy Diet Plan for Weight Loss 1500 Calories Per Day Meal Plan

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DAY 1. Monday Breakfast 300 calories Whole-wheat cereal Skim milk Banana Cinnamon powder Lunch 425 calories Water-packed tuna Salad vegetables Combine two cups of chopped romaine lettuce with your favorite salad vegetables like grated carrots halved cherry tomatoes diced bell peppers and sliced cucumber. Add a can of water-packed tuna two tablespoons of mayonnaise a little bit of mustard and some salt and pepper mix one cup of whole-wheat cereal 125 ml of skim milk one sliced banana and a pinch of metabolism-boosting cinnamon Dinner 450 calories Snacks 325 calories Cooked whole-grain pasta Bolognese sauce Grated Parmesan cheese Start with one cup of cooked whole-grain pasta and top it with one cup of your favorite homemade Bolognese sauce made from hearty ground beef and tomatoes and a tablespoon of grated Parmesan cheese. Granola bar Salted nuts If you feel a bit hungry in the morning reach for your favorite granola bar. In the afternoon curb any cravings with a handful of mixed salted nuts.

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DAY 2. Tuesday Breakfast 300 calories Sandwich 1 slice of cheese 2 slices of bacon Lunch 425 calories Mexican-style wrap Sauté the ground beef with some delicious spices try chili powder cumin and coriander then set aside. In the same pan sauté some strips of bell pepper and sliced red onions until they’re soft. Quickly microwave a whole-wheat tortilla and then wrap up the beef veggies and two tablespoons of grated cheddar cheese to make a healthy burrito lunch. make your sandwich with an English muffin scrambled egg use one whole egg plus one high- protein low-fat egg white Dinner 350 calories Snacks 280 calories A pot of lentil vegetable soup Start by sautéing a diced onion and minced garlic in a little olive oil. Then add in your favorite vegetables we like carrots green beans and celery a can of diced tomatoes and a can of cooked brown or green lentils. Cover with vegetable stock bring to a boil reduce the heat and simmer for one hour One sliced apple Peanut butter one sliced apple dipped into a tablespoon of peanut butter or almond butter

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DAY 3. Wednesday Breakfast 400 calories Oatmeal Lunch 425 calories Dinner 450 calories Snacks 225 calories Chicken stir-fry Heat a little oil in a frying pan or wok and cook half of a chicken breast until it’s cooked through about four minutes on each side. Set the chicken aside slice it and then add a pile of sliced vegetables like red cabbage carrots snow peas and bell peppers back to the pan. Sauté the vegetables until they look extra-bright then add the chicken back into the pan Seedless grapes In the morning nibble on a bowl of seedless grapes. If you’re hungry in the afternoon pop a snack-sized bag of microwave popcorn and sprinkle with a teaspoon of sugar and a pinch of salt for instant kettle corn. Vegetable soup Soup always tastes better the next day which makes it the perfect addition to any healthy meal plan. Serve yourself a small bowl of yesterday’s lentil and vegetable soup. On the side toast half of an English muffin and spread it with a tablespoon of low-fat herb and garlic cream cheese. English muffin A bowl of oatmeal and make it exciting with your favorite toppings. Start by cooking half a cup of oats in one cup of skim milk. If you like chocolate stir in one tablespoon of your favorite chocolate-hazelnut spread.

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DAY 4. Thursday Breakfast 400 calories Smoothie Lunch 425 calories Dinner 380 calories Snacks 375 calories Salmon fillet Heat your oven to 425 degrees Celsius and spritz a non-stick cooking tray with oil. Place one half of a salmon fillet on the sheet and surround it with about two cups of broccoli florets. Drizzle everything with a tablespoon of olive oil and cook for about twenty minutes flip just the broccoli once halfway through. Serve on top of half a cup of cooked quinoa with a pat of butter and squeeze of lemon juice. Café latte grab a café latte made with 2 milk and one packet of brown sugar. If you’re hungry in the afternoon reach for a handful of baked tortilla chips and half a cup of jarred salsa. Vegetable sub sandwich Head to a major sandwich chain for a 6 ″ vegetable sub sandwich and a snack sized bag of potato chips or go to a popular fast-food burger chain for a cheeseburger. Potato chips Add one ripe banana fresh or frozen one cup of chocolate milk one tablespoon of almond butter and one tablespoon of cacao powder to your blender. If your banana was fresh add a few ice cubes too. Blend the mixture for thirty to sixty seconds and enjoy. Broccoli florets Tortilla chips

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DAY 5. Friday Breakfast 350 calories Whole-wheat cereal Lunch 400 calories Dinner 625 calories Snacks 375 calories Classic chicken piccata Follow your favorite chicken piccata recipe and serve it on a dinner plate along with half a cup of mashed potatoes and half a cup of sautéed mushrooms. Mushrooms are almost 90 water and deceptively meat-like making them a calorie-counter’s best friend. Greek yogurt In the morning or afternoon savor half a cup of plain fat-free Greek yogurt drizzled with one tablespoon of honey. Meal-sized salad ave another filling meal-sized salad for lunch today Toss a bed of your favorite lettuce with some sliced radishes ¼ avocado one thinly-sliced celery stalk and a tablespoon of mayonnaise. Top with 100 grams of grilled shrimp a little fresh cilantro and a squeeze of lime juice. Fill a bowl with a cup of whole-wheat cereal and 125 ml of skim milk then top with half a cup of mixed berries. Berries contain tons of fiber which helps keep your digestive system working properly and helps to fight off mid-morning hunger pangs.

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DAY 6. Saturday Brunch 500 calories Potato home fries Dinner 450 calories Snacks 450 calories Pizza You can reduce the calories in your pizza by using lots of vegetable toppings using less cheese and meat and opting for a thin whole-wheat crust. Vanilla ice cream Serve yourself half a cup of rich vanilla ice cream today either as an afternoon snack or as a dessert after dinner. If you feel hungry in the morning grab a slice of your favorite homemade or bakery-made banana bread. You should have some leftover potatoes from last night’s dinner. Cut them into small cubes and toss with olive oil and dried herbs before roasting them to make yummy home fries. Olive oil has more monounsaturated fatty acids than many other types of oils making it a healthier choice for your heart. While the home fries cook make yourself a two-egg omelet filled with feta cheese spinach and garlic. When you use cheese with a strong flavor like feta you can use less of it but still get a great flavor. Keep your drink low-calorie by choosing black coffee Two-egg omelet Black coffee

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DAY 7. Sunday Breakfast 375 calories Chocolate-banana smoothie Dinner 450 calories Snacks 150 calories Roasted chicken breast Choose half of a roasted chicken breast roasted vegetables like carrots and potatoes and a side of steamed green vegetables like beans or peas Fruits Choose a piece of fruit like a small apple banana or orange as your morning snack. In the afternoon reach for a hard-boiled egg. Combine 1.5 cups of your favorite frozen tropical fruits like mango pineapple and papaya with half a cup of orange juice half a cup of skim milk and a scoop of vanilla protein powder Lunch 450 calories Hummus Sliced vegetables Sliced turkey breast Start with half a cup of creamy protein-filled hummus in the center of the plate then surround it with sliced vegetables a handful of your favorite baked crackers and some sliced turkey breast Roasted vegetables

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