Watch the video of this week’s meal plan!
Can you believe it’s November already? Seriously, where does the time go?
It seems parsnips are everywhere right now, so we’ve included our beloved Honey Roast Carrots & Parsnips with Feta and Pomegranate, along with two brand new recipes.
They are the Middle Eastern Masabacha – which is basically hummus upgraded to a full meal (amazing!!) and the new Spinach and Chickpea Bake, which as you can probably guess from the name is super-nutritious.
As always we’ve worked hard to ensure you get a healthy and nutritious balance between the right amount calories and a good amount of protein without going too overboard on the fats.
Enjoy this week’s plan, and any questions just hit to the email you got!
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For the once-a-week shoppers
- Day 1-2: The Quick and Healthy Sweet Potato Soup is set to 4 servings – stick the leftovers in the freezer and you’ve always got an amazing meal to fall back on!
- Day 5-6: Pomegranate seeds – we definitely recommend getting the frozen ones here – so easy to store!
Top tips and quick fixes
- Snacks are up to you. Females: try not to go above 350kcal per day. Males: try not to go above 650kcal per day. This means a rough total of 1500kcal per day in total for females, and 1800kcal for males.
- To keep picked herbs fresh, wrap their stems in tissue and place in a jar or pot with water (like you would for flowers). They’ll keep at least a week, usually more!
Day 7 is all up to you. It’s a great day for leftovers, or if you want to go out to eat. We still recommend keeping the calories to about 1500kcal for females and 1800kcal for males if weight loss is a priority.
The recommendations on physical activity are general and non-specific. If you have any injuries or conditions which may restrict your ability to perform physical activity, please seek medical/professional advice before making changes.
We would like to take a moment to note that these meal plans have been designed to provide a framework for weight loss. They do not claim to provide medical advice or to be able to treat any medical condition. It makes no claims in respect to weight loss, either in terms of the amount or rate at which weight loss could be achieved. The calories, fibre, protein and other nutritional information is worked out as closely as possible and we have checked the information as accurately as possible. However we can’t be held responsible for mistaken listings: the nutritional information is given as a guide only. If you have any concerns regarding your health or whether it is suitable for you to try to lose weight then please contact your medical practitioner before making changes.