We believe that Thanksgiving is not a good day for dieting. It is a time when you communicate with your family and friends, bless one another and eat tasty holiday meals.
It is not necessary to eat three portions of turkey and two pieces of pumpkin pie with whipped cream as a little of your favorite meals are enough. You should eat in moderation.
The day after Thanksgiving you may want to start your weight-loss journey with this 1500-calorie post-Thanksgiving diet plan. You are allowed to eat 400 calories for breakfast, 400 calories for lunch and 500 calories for dinner.
This diet plan will help you slim down and feel much lighter. Are you ready to try it? Scroll down to see the one week menu.
1500-calorie post-Thanksgiving detox plan
Breakfast: a slice of pumpkin pie and a cup of green tea.
Snack: fresh orange juice.
Lunch: black bean soup.
Dinner: crispy turkey tostadas.
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Breakfast: chocolate granola with soy milk.
Snack: a cup of grilled baby carrots, spinach and tomatoes.
Lunch: chicken sandwich with avocados, spinach and cheese.
Dinner: vegetable stew with broccoli.
Breakfast: green avocado smoothie.
Snack: banana ice-cream with raspberries.
Lunch: panera’s Asian sesame chicken salad.
Dinner: lime shrimp with zucchini noodles.
Breakfast: oatmeal with soy milk and blueberries.
Snack: natural yogurt and one grapefruit.
Lunch: egg-fried and cauliflower rice with prawns.
Dinner: vegetable salad with tomatoes, cucumbers and lemon juice.
Breakfast: raisin nut honey oatmeal and an apple.
Snack: a cup of homemade popcorn.
Lunch: baked ginger salmon with sherry.
Dinner: mushroom soup and one boiled egg.
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Breakfast: spinach quesadillas and a cup of green tea.
Snack: a cup of grilled cheese.
Lunch: caramelized chicken and papaya noodles.
Dinner: grilled sweet potato and yogurt dressing.
Breakfast: asparagus frittata and a cup of strawberries.
Snack: a cup of green beans.
Lunch: apple pork chops.
Dinner: corn salad with cucumbers, avocados and greens.
The BetterMe Team wants you and those close to you to live a healthy, happy life! Your health is a valuable thing; look after your body and your mind so that you can live your life to the fullest – Remember you only get one!
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