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Beginners Guide to Healthy Eating for Women

Before starting any diet, you should speak to your doctor. You must not rely on the information on this website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.

Below you will find a grocery list and guide that will help you identify foods based on their nutritional content. Also, below you will find a sample daily meal plan.

PROTEINS:
Chicken Breast
Turkey Breast
Fish
Shrimp
Scallops
Steak
Cottage Cheese
Egg Whites
Low Fat Greek Yogurt
Lean Ground Beef
Lean Ground Chicken
Lean Ground Turkey
VEGETABLES:
Brussel Sprouts
Spinach
Asparagus
Peppers
Kale
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Cucumbers
Onions
Green Beans
Romaine Lettuce
Mushrooms
Zucchini
Cabbage
STARCHES:
Oatmeal
Quinoa
Brown Rice
Pumpkin
Butternut Squash
Lentils
Black Beans
Couscous
Whole Wheat Pasta
Ezekiel Bread
Shredded Wheat
Sweet Potato
Rice Cakes
FRUITS:
Apples
Berries
Kiwi
Grapefruit
Tangerine
Mango
Pineapple
Grapes
Tomatoes
Oranges
Papaya
FATS:
Nuts
Avocado
Coconut Oil
Peanut Butter
Almond Butter
Butter
Olive Oil
Udo’s Oil
Ghee
Flax Oil
Walnut Oil
Avocado Oil
Macadamia Nut Oil

 

 

 

BREAKFAST:
20g. Protein
1/2c. Starch
1/4c. Fruit
1 serv. Fat
SNACK:
20g. Protein
1c. Vegetable

LUNCH:
20g. Protein
1c. Vegetable
1/2 c. Starch
1 serv. Fat
SNACK:
20g. Protein
1c. Vegetable
1/4c. Fruit

DINNER:
20g. Protein
1c. Vegetable
1 serv.Fat

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