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You can create your own perfect meal plan, using the foods that you love. Weight loss is partly about what you eat and how you eat it; enjoy the slides, then practice creating your own perfect meal plan for weight loss.

Use this link https://jessicamarieenergy.leadpages.net/video-1-instant/ to get even more information on how you can lose weight around your busy schedule.

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How to Create the Perfect Meal Plan for Weight Loss How to Create the Perfect Meal Plan for Weight Loss Presentation Transcript

  • Jessica Marie, Weight Loss Strategist Website: jessicamarieenergy.com
  •   Start with largest meal (supper/dinner)  Make enough for leftovers  One day fish  One day meatless  Move on to breakfast, lunch then snacks Tips
  •  Seeds & Grains Amaranth Brown Rice Buckwheat Chia Flaxseed Forbidden Rice Hemp seeds Pumpkin Seeds Quinoa Savi Seeds Sesame Seeds Sunflower seeds Wild Rice  Nuts Almonds Brazil Cashews Filberts Hazelnuts Macadamia Nuts Pecans Pine Nuts Pistachios Walnuts  Lentils & Beans Adzuki Black Black-eyed Peas Brown Lentils Chickpeas Fava Green Lentils Green Peas Kidney Navy Pinto Red Beans Red Lentils Yellow Peas  Meats & Poultry 93/7 Ground Beef Lamb Lean Pork Chops Lean Steaks Skinless Chicken Breast Skinless Turkey Breast Veal Venison  Fish Herring Mackerel Salmon Sardines Trout Tuna  Leafy Greens Broccoli Chard Collard Greens Kale Romaine Lettuce Spinach Protein
  •   Amaranth  Barley  Brown Rice  Buckwheat  Bulgur  Corn  Farro/Emmer  Grano  Kamut  Kaniwa  Millet  Oats  Quinoa  Rye  Sorghum/Milo  Spelt  Teff  Triticale  Wheat  Wild Rice Whole Grain
  •   Asparagus  Aubergene  Beet  Broccoli  Brussels sprouts  Cabbage  Carrot  Cauliflower  Celeriac  Celery  Chard  Chicory  Collards  Corn  Cress  Cucumbers  Jerusalem Artichoke  Kales  Leek  Lettuce  Mushrooms  Okra  Onions  Pak Choi  Parsnips  Peas  Peppers  Potatoes  Pumpkins  Radicchio  Radish  Rutabaga  Shallots  Spinach  Squash  Sweet potato  Sweetcorn  Tomatoes  Turnips  Watercress  Yams Vegetable
  •   Fruits Apples Apricots Bananas Blackberries Dates Figs Grapefruit Grapes Melons Raspberries  Dairy Cheese Cream Cheese Milk Sour Cream Yogurt Extras
  •  Lunch Breakfast Snack(s) Insert Leftovers
  •  Protein Carbohydrate Vegetable/Fruit Lunch & Supper
  •  Protein Whole Grain Fruit Dairy Breakfast
  •  Protein Carbohydrate? Fruit or Vegetable? Dairy (yogurt) Snack(s)