1400 CALORIE DIET PLAN
1400 calories per day are appropriate for a person trying to lose weight.
A consistent 1400 calorie per day diet plan yields weight loss for most adults. Although 1400 calories are adequate for many people, one must conscientiously construct your meals so one doesn’t feel deprived or miss out on essential nutrients. One should just not stop eating food to lose weight as then the body will start storing the food in your body in the form of fat and one can gain weight instead of losing it.
80% of your body depends upon your eating habits so one must try and choose healthy eating options; so listing below a 1400 calories diet plan which includes all the god amount of fats, carbs, and protein in several ways.
A 1400 calorie diet plan includes:
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Apple cider vinegar can be taken in lukewarm water as well as in normal water.
BENEFITS OF APPLE CIDER VINEGAR:
Clamps down on fat accumulation.
Balances pH balance in the body.
Conditions & Strengthens hair.
It lowers blood pressure.
Maintains good cholesterol.
BESAN KA CHILA WITH VEGETABLES/ OATS AND MILK
Mix 50gms raw besan with 100gms curd and Veggies (to add fiber) too make it tasty and prepare it in very less oil. One can also have OATS AND MILK & OMELETTE (without the yellow part) as it contains more amount fat.
Breakfast should always be protein-rich “as it is the most important meal of the day” and it is very fulfilling.
OMELETTE OF 2 EGG WHITE (make with egg white, not the yolk)
BENEFITS OF EGG WHITE:
Rich in protein
It contains essential vitamins.
It helps lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.
As now we have reached the lunchtime so now it’s time to have proper mouth munching food like RAJMA-CHAWAL.
One bowl rajma (cooked)
One bowl rice (cooked)
One can pair their lunch with their own choice of salad but without any dressing as the dressing contains a high amount of fat which may put the brakes on weight loss.
It is break time or snack time; one can enhance their taste by having bread jam & green tea.
50gms of bread
One medium spoon of jam
Fruits are rich sources of essential nutrients that are under-consumed, including potassium, dietary fiber, vitamin C and folic acid. Fruits are naturally low in sodium, fat, and calories. One can make a fruit chat by adding chat masala or lemon in it.
2 thin chapattis
Any veggies cooked (except potatoes)
Soya chunks (30gms raw)