A nutritional and healthy menu for one day
An enjoyable eating plan that tastes good

Lose weight with our daily 2,000 calorie diet and exercise

Nutrition and the energy-balanced diet

Most people eat when they are bored, watching television etc. Keep yourself busy and you will not want to eat as much and the added benefit is, you will be burning more calories.

Here is an example of a 2,000 calorie dieting menu for one day. If you eat 2,000 calories per day and exercise you should lose weight.

This diet is both nutritional and healthy, but more importantly, it is not boring. Many so-called healthy eating plans have given little thought to the taste of the food on offer. Food tastes good, if we did not have the ability to taste food, we would not get fat. Our taste makes eating a pleasure, so any dietary plan should still fulfil that desire.


Omelette (with 3 egg whites, 1 yolk, sliced onions, chopped garlic) 210
2 slices granary toast with Jam (conserve) 250
Natural Fat-free Yogurt small pot 60
Small piece of fruit 50
Method for Omelette:

In a large non-stick pan, gently heat the onion Add 2 tablespoons of water. While stirring frequently, cook until onion is clear. Add eggs and garlic powder and continue to cook until eggs are done.


Chicken pasta salad (one chicken breast with cherry tomatoes, cucumber and green peppers) 210
4 tablespoons whole-wheat pasta (with 1 tablespoon low-fat mayonnaise) 240
Fruit juice 90


2 slices of malt loaf 200


Chilli Con Carne, using 125g lean mince beef, 150ml chopped tomatoes, 1 green chilli (chopped and deseeded), one onion, 100g kidney beans 630
Salad with light dressing 115
One small low-fat fruit trifle 55
Method for Chilli con carne:

Saute 1 onion in 2 tbsp oil. Add pinch cumin seeds, 1 tsp garlic, 1 green chilli and 150ml tomatoes. Cook for 10-15 minutes. Stir in half can drained kidney beans and 15g flat leaf parsley. Serve with asparagus and a salad with low-fat dressing.

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A quick tip!

Hold both hands together to form a bowl shape. That is the amount you should eat, at any one time, the amount of food you can hold in your cupped hands. That amount will fill your stomach but not stretch it. Remember, when you eat, it is not "an all you can eat buffet".

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