The Plan consists of 28 days worth of daily menus that embrace the Healthiest Way of Eating. Since each of the breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks for the week have a similar level of calories and nutrients, the Plan features a flexible approach that allows you to swap meals from one day to the next, if you would like. This will allow you to make the Plan work for your individual needs
Healthier Lifestyle Tea
The Plan features Healthier Lifestyle Tea, which you drink before each meal. This tea is made from green tea and lemon juice. Green tea is not only delicious but is renowned for its health-promoting properties. These have been linked to a high concentration of catechin phytonutrients, which have a wide variety of protective benefits, many related to their potent ability to cleanse free radicals.
Adding 1 teaspoon lemon juice per cup of green tea not only gives it a refreshing taste but additional benefits. There have been studies that have found that participants received weight loss benefits drinking green tea; for example in one study, participants reduced their body weight and waist circumference by 5% in three months. If you’re sensitive to or want to limit your caffeine intake, drink decaffeinated green tea.
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Each day you’ll enjoy energizing snacks that provide you with delicious tastes. Sweet fruits will curb a sweet tooth while giving you vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and other nutrients. Nuts and seeds will offer you protein and other nutrients that may help reduce blood sugar dips. Studies have found that people who snack on nuts and seeds (in moderation) tend to be slimmer than those who don’t consume these delicious foods.
Before the entrée, each dinner features an Appetizer Satisfier of crudite vegetables. This will help you to not overeat and to feel satisfied. And keep you from starving when you are preparing dinner.
Let me tell you I prepare one of my favorite quick-and-easy Appetizer Satisfier. I tear off a few leaves from a head of romaine lettuce, wash them, shake the water off them, and sprinkle with salt and enjoy. (When using the outer big leaves, I cut off the tips because they can be bitter and dry). Ancient Romans were known for eating this salted lettuce; in fact, our word for salad is derived from their their name for this salted lettuce salata.
While desserts are optional in the Plan, if you want dessert, I think that fresh fruit makes a great one as it can curb a sweet tooth while at the same time providing you with a storehouse of health-promoting nutrients. These nutrients include antioxidants that help to quench free radicals in the body. Choosing a healthy sweet dessert can really make a difference when it comes to weight loss; for example, a parfait made with low-fat yogurt and berries will save you 200 calories compared with eating one cup of ice cream.