Veg food diet plan ideas

Veg diet plan

If you cut your calories by 500 a day you should approx lose 1 pound per week.i suggest you keep a track of how many calories you are eating before your diet to work out how to cut 500 per day

Suggested meals for a veg diet

Breakfast
1 poached egg and tomato on toast (195 calories)

Cream cheese and tomato bagel (250 calories)

Shredded wheat and banana (255 calories)

Bran flakes and fruit (255 calories)

Fruity muesli (260 calories)
3tbs of sugar free muesli 3 dried apricots strawberries and skimmed milk

Milkshake and fruit salad (260 calories)
Blend 150ml of skimmed milk with 1 pot of fat free banana yogurt and 1 banana and a bowl of fruit salad

Fruit salad with yogurt and oats (345 calories)
Bowl of fruit salad 1 pot of low fat natural yogurt and 3tbs of oats

Lunches

Jacket potato with cottage cheese
(295 calories)
1 jacket potato 6 tbs of cottage cheese and salad and fat free dressing

Tropical fruity salad
(330 calories)
Iceberg lettuce topped with 6tbsp low-fat cottage cheese, 2 chopped dried apricots, 1tbsp raisins, 1 chopped apple, 1 slice fresh pineapple and 5 crushed walnut halves.

Egg mayo and tomato sandwich (340 calories)
2 slices wholegrain bread filled with 1 hard boiled egg, 1 tomato and 2tsp reduced-fat mayo. Plus 1 pot fat-free fruit yogurt.

Italian salad (345 calories)
Large salad made from ½ small ball reduced-fat Mozzarella cheese, 2 tomatoes and ½ small avocado with salad leaves, basil and balsamic vinegar. Serve with a 5cm piece Granary bread.

Lentil soup and oatcakes (355 calories)
½ carton fresh lentil soup and 2 oatcakes topped with 2tbsp low-fat soft cheese and tomato. Plus 1 orange.

Greek salad wrap (365 calories)
1 large tortilla wrap filled with chopped lettuce, cherry tomatoes and cucumber, 50g crumbled feta cheese, 5 sliced olives and 1tbsp tzatziki.

Beans and cheese on toast (370 calories)
2 slices wholegrain toast with 1 small can baked beans and 1tbsp grated reduced-fat Cheddar. Plus a slice of canteloupe melon.

Cottage cheese and avocado on rye (385 calories)
2 slices rye bread topped with 6tbsp cottage cheese and ½ small avocado. Plus 1 bowl fruit salad.

Mixed bean salad (435 calories)
3tbsp each of red kidney beans, chick peas and cannelini beans with spring onions, cherry tomatoes, green pepper and fat-free dressing. Serve with mixed leaves and 1 wholemeal pitta.

Dinners

Creamy mushroom pasta (285 calories)
Fry 1 small onion, garlic and 1 small pack button mushrooms in a spray oil until brown. Add 150ml veg stock and 50ml dry white wine. Simmer until the liquid has reduced by half. Stir in 2tbsp low-fat soft cheese with herbs and 150g cooked tagliatelle. Mix, heat and serve with salad and fat-free dressing.

Veggie stir fry with rice (390 calories)
Stir fry made from a spray oil, 1 small pack of stir-fry veg and 1tbsp reduced-salt soy sauce. Serve with 8tbsp cooked brown rice. Plus 1 slice canteloupe melon.

Roasted vegetables (380 calories)
Place ½ red pepper, ½ green pepper, 4 thick slices aubergine, 1 sliced courgette and cherry tomatoes in a roasting tin. Brush with 1tsp olive oil and sprinkle with fresh basil. Roast until the vegetables are soft and browned. Top 1 thick slice wholegrain bread with the veggies and ½ small ball reduced-fat mozzarella cheese. Place under a hot grill until the cheese has melted. Serve with salad and fat-free dressing.

Stuffed peppers (425 calories)
Mix 4tbsp cooked brown rice with 1tbsp pine nuts and chopped spring onions, cherry tomatoes and 50g feta cheese. Cut 1 red pepper in half lengthways, deseed, then fill with the rice mixture. Cover with foil, bake until cooked and serve with salad and fat-free dressing.

Jacket potato with cheese and beans (440 calories)
1 medium jacket potato with 1 small can baked beans, 2tbsp grated reduced-fat Cheddar, salad and fat-free dressing.

Moroccan salad (475 calories)
Mix 8tbsp prepared couscous salad with cherry tomatoes, red onion, coriander, 3tbsp each of chick peas and kidney beans, lemon juice and 1tsp olive oil.

Cheese omelette (510 calories)
Omelette made from a spray oil, 2 eggs, skimmed milk and 4tbsp grated reduced-fat Cheddar. Serve with a 10cm piece Granary bread and salad with fat-free dressing.

Veggie fajitas (515 calories)
Slice ½ red pepper, ½ green pepper, ½ red onion, 1 small courgette and 1 carrot. Fry in 1tsp sunflower oil with cajun seasoning until soft and brown. Top 2 large flour tortillas with the veg and 2tbsp each of salsa and grated reduced-fat cheese. Roll up and serve with salad and fat-free dressing.

Egg Florentine (515 calories)
Top some lightly-steamed spinach with 2 poached eggs and 4tbsp grated reduced-fat Cheddar cheese. Place under a hot grill until the cheese has melted and serve with a 10cm piece Granary stick.

Vegetable chilli (530 calories)
Make a chilli using a spray oil, 1 small onion, 1 red pepper, ½ courgette, chilli powder, 1 small can tomatoes, 1 small can kidney beans, 1tbsp tomato puree and 150ml vegetable stock. Serve with 8tbsp cooked brown rice, 1tbsp soured cream and salad and fat-free dressing.

You can even have a desert

Healthy fruit pavlova (100 calories)
1 meringue nest filled with berries and 3tbsp low-fat natural yogurt.

Pick a choose foods from the plan breakfast lunch and dinner but remember you must cut 500 calories a day and you should lose 1 pound per week.keep a food diary and weight diary log everything that you eat so you can track your progress

My blog is all about giving tips and advise I will tell you what your doing is right or wrong if you need help with a diet plan or have any questions you can email me swanseadietandnutrition@yahoo.co.uk

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