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Here is a diet plan for my person. This plan will show him different types of food he can eat at different times of the day. This diet plan will make his diet better and it will make him loose weight.

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Here is a diet plan for my person. This plan will show him different types of food he can eat at different times of the day. This diet plan will make his diet better and it will make him loose weight. It will stop him from eating all junk food. He will have a balanced diet which he needs at the moment. This will keep him fit and healthy. Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Mon eggs banana (peanut butter, a banana, and raisins in a long whole-grain bun) single servings of whole-grain, low-sugar cereal tofu - add to rice salad or a vegetable stir fry made for dinner the night before and served cold for lunch tortilla wraps sticks of carrots, celery and peppers peas and broccoli in pasta or rice salads 100% pure fruit juice Meat - beef, pork, bacon, lamb, Meat products - sausages and beef burgers Poultry - chicken, turkey Fish - fresh, frozen and canned Fish products - fish fingers and fish cakes Liver and kidney Non meat alternatives: Eggs, nuts Beans ...read more.

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beans, chickpeas, red and green lentils Textured vegetable protein Soya mince Vegetable crudites such as carrot, celery and cucumber sticks, slices of green, read and yellow peppers, broccoli and cauliflower florets - serve with a humus, low-fat cream cheese or guacamole dip Thur hot cereal, such as oatmeal or cream of wheat (try some dried fruit or nuts on top) fruit and cream cheese sandwich (use strawberries or other fresh fruit) whole-grain muffin yoghurt - go for plain, natural yoghurt; unlike flavoured varieties, it contains no added sugar brown, wholemeal, whole grain and seeded bread and rolls all make healthy sandwiches a tub of colourful blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries Soya milk Meat - beef, pork, bacon, lamb, Meat products - sausages and beef burgers Poultry - chicken, turkey Fish - fresh, frozen and canned Fish products - fish fingers and fish cakes Liver and kidney Non meat alternatives: Eggs, nuts Beans and lentils - baked beans, chickpeas, red and green lentils Textured vegetable protein Soya mince Nuts like almonds, cashews, peanuts, - add a handful ...read more.

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red and green lentils Textured vegetable protein Soya mince An oatcake or raisin flapjack - but make sure you choose a good quality flapjack that is not too fatty Sun Fruit smoothes, such as strawberry smoothly. fruit and cream cheese sandwich (use strawberries or other fresh fruit) single servings of whole-grain, low-sugar cereal Chick peas - make home-made houmous with chick-peas olive oil, lemon juice and garlic. Use as a sandwich filling with grated carrot tortilla wraps bag of sliced apples and pears dusted with cinnamon Smoothly or a fruit juice. Meat - beef, pork, bacon, lamb, Meat products - sausages and beef burgers Poultry - chicken, turkey Fish - fresh, frozen and canned Fish products - fish fingers and fish cakes Liver and kidney Non meat alternatives: Eggs, nuts Beans and lentils - baked beans, chickpeas, red and green lentils Textured vegetable protein Soya mince Wholemeal breadstick or toasted wholemeal bagel with a humus dip or spread - add chopped or mashed avocado for those essential fatty acids ?? ?? ?? ?? Muhammed Junayed Mizan ...read more.

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