Your African meal Plan for weight loss week 25 is here guys and I cannot believe this is the first day of July 2017. How time flies. We have 6 more months to shape up and tone our bodies right. So we are starting this month with yet another challenge. It is the SUPA RESET – 30-day weight loss challenge. This challenge is for you if you have always wanted to do something for your health to lose weight but you do not know where or how to start. You are in this right place my lovely. For those of you who have been following the meal plan all alone, just join us. It will be filled with food and lots of fun.
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For this week and the next three weeks, we will be on a low-carb African diet. As you already know, we will reduce carbohydrate intake to 25% of the required daily carb intake for healthy adults. This means that instead of consuming the normal 200g of carbs per day, we will consume 50g daily. Now do not shy away from adding some more according to your needs. If you are highly physically active, you can eat up to 100g of carbs. Remember that to lose fat, you need to reduce carb consumption and exercise.
This challenge is for overweight and obese persons without any diagnosed condition and who is not pregnant or nursing. Please make sure you consult your GP before starting this or any weight loss program.
Basically, you can eat:
- Meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, natural fats (like butter, avocado, and nuts (moderately), starchy carbs and whole grains.
Avoid Sugar, fast and convenience foods, alcohols.
- when you’re hungry until you’re satisfied. It’s that simple.
You do not need to count calories or weigh your food. And just forget about industrially produced low-fat products, fast, junk and convenience foods.
Basically, you avoid;
x low-fat alternative for butter, milk etc.
x sodas, sweet drinks or fruit juice.
x starchy carbs at night
Who can participate?
ADULTS aged 18+, BMI 25+
Without any diagnosed medical condition.
You cannot participate if you:
– Are on medication for diabetes, e.g. insulin
– Are on medication for high blood pressure
– Are breastfeeding
– Are pregnant
– have a BMI of less than 25. calculate your BMI.
African meal plan for weight loss week 25
You won’t find any fad diet here, just wholesome freshly cooked food that is both tasty and ridiculously delicious. Our meal plans are totally customizable and can be cooked with your spices of choice. So if you are new to meal planning, learn how to plan and prep meals first, then come back and start planning for next week. I have also got lots of meal plans on the blog. Depending on where you are on your weight loss journey, you can do a 7-day fat flush plan or this 7-day keto for Africans meal plan, or try this 7-day low-carb meal plan all based on African foods. Our African meal plan for weight loss week 23 is going to be a very low-carb, relatively higher fat week. Our daily carbohydrate intake will range between 50 – 100g daily.
Please note!!! On days when starchy carbs in the form of sweet potatoes and plantains or in the form of beans and peas are called for, make sure to portion control using My African Plate. Make sure you are using a 20-inch plate to measure your food. Not a 24 or 26-inch plate. That is way too big. As always, the rule of thumb is; 1/2 plate vegetables, 1/4 plate proteins, and 1/4 plate starchy carbohydrates.
As usual, I have made sure to include five main delicious meals that will keep you full and help you stay away from sugar as well as control cravings. You can also interchange or swap meals. Meaning, you can eat Monday’s lunch on Wednesday if you like, just make sure to choose your high carb day and stick to the whole plan for this week.
So here’s what’s on the menus this week: Please clicks this link access your meal plan for this week. You can click on the highlighted fonts to get the recipe. Below are suggestions and mix and match options you can choose from. access your meal plan for this week. You can click on the highlighted fonts to get the recipe. Below are suggestions and mix and match options you can choose from.
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