Healthy Eating Meal Plan – Day 2
Breakfast: Overnight Oats. Imagine waking up and having a nutritious breakfast ready for you. Imagine no longer with these delicious and nutritious overnight oats.
Lunch: Lettuce Wraps. Skip the carb loaded bread and effortlessly add extra greens to your lunch by skipping the bread on your favorite sandwich in favor of wrapping up your sandwich in large lettuce leaves.
Dinner: Salmon and asparagus. Salmon is loaded with healthy benefits for your heart and brain. Aim to have it once a week.
Snack: Fruit and Veggie Chips. Thinly slice apples, bananas, and sweet potatoes and bake at 200 degrees until crispy.
Healthy Eating Meal Plan – Day 3
Breakfast: Super Toast. Top a piece of whole grain toast with thinly sliced avocado and an egg cooked however you prefer. This satisfying breakfast has everything you need to keep you going all morning.
Lunch: A Better PBJ. Ditch the sugary kids version of a peanut butter and jelly in favor of this tasty grown up alternative. Spread your favorite peanut butter or nut butter (check to make sure it has no added sugars!) on a low carb tortilla and top with finely chopped berries. Enjoy a side of kale chips.
Dinner: Turkey Burgers. Looking to mix it up from traditional burgers? Try these tasty and healthy turkey burgers. Use thick slices of tomato or large leaves of lettuce in lieu of bun. Top with leftover avocado from breakfast and serve with a side of oven baked sweet potato fries. Sweet Potato Fries
Snack: Homemade Trail Mix. The trail mix you buy in stores is often nothing more than a sugary candy mix, but by making your own custom mix with roasted nuts and unsweetened dried fruits you’ll have an energy packed snack that keeps you going!
Healthy Eating Meal Plan – Day 4
Breakfast: Green Smoothie. Green smoothies are an awesome way to set the day for a day full of healthy eating. Add a handful of greens, a frozen banana, a few blueberries, and enough milk/milk alternative to reach your preferred consistency to the blender to create a dynamic green smoothie.
Lunch: Bento Box. Bento boxes are a hot trend among kids’ lunchboxes, but you can use the trend to make a healthy lunch full of variety for yourself. Pack a small portion of several choices like roasted nuts, steamed veggies, boiled eggs, cheese, and fruit in separate compartments for a fun and healthy lunch.
Dinner: Steak Kabobs. Think steak is off limits in a healthy diet? Think again! Lean cuts of beef can provide much needed iron and vitamins. With plenty of veggies, these kabobs are a great choice
sugar in recipe and use stevia or honey instead. A small baked potato drizzled with olive oil is perfect.
Snack: Fruit Dippers. Slice up your favorite fruits and dip them fondue style in plain yogurt swirled with a teaspoon of honey and cinnamon to taste for a fun and easy snack full of antioxidants!