Eat yoghurt for breakfast and salmon for dinner: Best diet plan for weight loss – Express

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Clarissa is a nutritionist and a certified member of The British Association of Nutritionists. She gave Express.co.uk readers a bespoke weight loss diet plan.
Breakfast
A bowl of live yogurt, a handful of berries, eight to 10 raw nuts, and a small cupped hand size of low sugar granola or muesli.
Lunch
Buddha bowl – a quarter of the plate cooked chicken/tofu, half the plate any veg you have chopped up in the fridge, quarter of the plate brown rice, and then top with two tablespoons of fat such as avocado or tahini dressing.
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Half an apple with a tbsp of nut butter or a pot of a handful of roasted chickpeas
Dinner
Fillet of salmon cooked in the oven served with steamed broccoli and half a sweet potato cooked in wedges.
Serve with sesame oil dressing.
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Clarissa also listed a number of other breakfast, lunch, and dinner ideas to add to your meal rotation to aid with weight loss.
She advised omelettes for breakfasts, and healthy salads and protein-packed lunches for lunch.
Dinner ideas include stir fry with chicken, tofu, seafood, brown rice and wholemeal noodles.
Clarissa also suggested a chicken and Mediterranean veg traybake.Infographic - a guide to slimming clubsShe told Express.co.uk: “Fad diets and diet plans are often why people end up giving up on their weight loss regime.
“They can be restrictive, unsustainable, and not particularly healthy.
“Often, when people stop following fad diets, they can find they end up regaining any weight lost, or sometimes gaining more.”
Clarissa posts her dietary advice on her Instagram account, @clarissalenherrnutrition.Nutritionist Clarissa LenherrThe expert advises following “dietary principles” to slim down long term.
She said: “Aim for well-balanced meals at every opportunity.
“Your plate should be quarter protein, quarter complex carbohydrates, half vegetables and add on one or two tablespoons of fat.
“That sets you up for the right macro intake without restriction.”
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