|Day |Breakfast |Lunch |Dinner |Snacks |Calorific Intake |
|Monday |Fried bacon sandwich |Burger and chips |Lasagne |Bag of crisps |1645 |
| |Orange juice |Bottle of full fat coke | |Squares bar | |
| | |Bag of crisps | | | |
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She is 29 years old and has a full time job. Her health is good but she is slightly overweight, according to her BMI. The new dietary plan completely cuts out junk food and takeaways and introduces healthy breakfasts too, as this kick starts her metabolism in the morning which aids weight loss.
There are many benefits that come with a healthy breakfast. As seen above, eggs are included in the meal plan. Including an egg or two for breakfast involves so many health benefits. Eggs are packed with protein and amino acids, they are also one of the few, significant sources of vitamin D, which is important for absorbing calcium for stronger bones.
Wholegrains, whether taking them in the form of bread, cereal or oatmeal is a super-food and is a great source of fibre, which is essential for a healthy heart and digestive tract and can help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Many benefits include: An Energy boost to start the day; Sharper focus; Metabolism boost; Preventing starvation; Preventing from overeating; Reduces consumption of LDL cholesterol; Easy weight loss.
Protein is an essential nutrient found in animal products, nuts and beans. We use protein in our bodies to build new cells, maintain tissues, and synthesise new proteins that make the performance of basic bodily functions possible. The human body is full of proteins. Proteins are present in the inner membranes of every living cell and is included in various parts of the body: Hair nails and the outer layers of our skin are made of the protein keratin; Muscle tissue contains myosin, actin, myoglobin and a number of other proteins; Bone has plenty of protein, the outer part of bone is hardened with minerals such as calcium, but the basic, rubbery inner structure is protein, and bone marrow, the soft material inside the bone, also contains protein; Red blood cells contain haemoglobin, a protein compound that carries oxygen around the body; Plasma, the clear fluid in blood, contains fat and proteins particles known as lipoproteins, which take cholesterol around and out of the body.
About half the dietary protein that we consumer each day goes into making enzymes, which are specialised worker proteins that do specific jobs, such as, digest food and assemble or divide molecules to make new cells and chemical substances. Finally, proteins play an important part in the creation of every new cell and every new individual. Our chromosomes consist of nucleoproteins, which are substances made of amino and nucleic acids. All these points highlight the importance of protein in a healthy nutritional diet, which is why the introduction of protein rich meals is included at breakfast, lunch and dinner....