One week high protein diet plan to reduce weight

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One week high protein diet plan to reduce weight

For your health, you need a lot of nutrients and the right nourishment. One of the nutrients is the protein. To live a healthy and well life your body needs the protein in a good amount. The consumption of protein helps to build the body, make the body strong from the inside and build the muscles. It is also has a way of positively influences the metabolism of the body. Anyone who is losing weight knows that protein consumption is a must to lose weight in the right way. For this, you have to ensure that your diet plan is full of right amount of protein. So, let’s get to the diet plan of 7 days. (Also read: How to gain weight in one month with the right diet plan)

High protein diet plan for 7 days

Breakfast: 3 eggs, 1 whole grain toast, 1 spoon of almond butter and a pear.
Lunch: One avocado, cottage cheese salad and an orange
Dinner: 170 grams of meat and sweet potato

Day-2
Breakfast: 1 spoon of protein powder used as a smoothie, 1 cup of coconut milk and strawberry.
Lunch: 114 grams of salmon, green vegetables, olive oil and vinegar mix with apple.
Dinner: Grilled chicken and sprouts (Also read: How to use 500 calorie diet plan to lose weight)

Day-3

Breakfast: Omelette and a cup of greek yoghurt
Lunch: 114-gram chicken, avocados and red bell pepper and Peach.
Dinner: Meat and brown rice

Day-4
Breakfast: omelette made with 3 eggs, cheese, black olive and an orange
Lunch: meat and brown rice
Dinner: pulses and broccoli

Day-5
Breakfast: A cup of cottage cheese, one-fourth walnut and an apple
Lunch: 114 grams of salmon, carrot
Dinner: chicken meatball, raspberry

Day-6
Breakfast: omelette made with 3 eggs, 1 ounce of cheese and half cup of boiled potato.
Lunch: Chicken meatball and apple
Dinner: 1 cup of black beans and grilled onion and capsicum.

Day 7
Breakfast: Protein pumpkin pancakes
Lunch: Pineapple and nuts, combined with the greek yoghurt
Dinner: 170 gram grilled salmon, potato and spinach (Also read: What is the perfect diet plan for a working person)

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