Sample Diet Plan
Here is a healthy calorie-controlled eating plan for men. It includes three meals and three snacks, all of which should be eaten at intervals throughout the day. Total energy content is about 1800 calories.
How Much Weight Will You Lose?
If you are male and weigh 185 pounds or more, this type of diet plan should help you lose about 2 pounds of fat per week. If you are male and weigh less than 185 pounds, you should lose about 1 pound per week.
1800-Calorie Diet Plan For Men
Breakfast [440 calories]
- Half-cup granola cereal, with chopped
banana and fat-free milk. [400 calories]
Morning Snack [230 calories]
2oz bagel with 2 tbsp cream cheese
Lunch [420 calories]
- Wrap or Pita, with tbsp low-fat mayo,
any lean meat, tomatoes, cucumber, onions, lettuce, beets. 
Afternoon Snack [175 calories]
- 1 slice whole wheat bread. [75 calories]
Dinner [425 calories]
- 4oz turkey fillet, or 3oz lean steak
(broiled or boiled).
Evening Snack Options [About 130 calories]
Choose one snack and eat it at least 2 hours after dinner.
- Half-cup fat-free yogurt, with 6 chopped
walnuts. [136 calories]
Diet For Men: Total Calories
Total calorie content of the Diet For Men is about 1800 calories.
Use of Nutritional Supplements
The above diet plan for men does not require any dietary or nutritional supplements. However, if you are tired or under stress, a daily multivitamin and mineral supplement might be appropriate.
See also: Diet Advice For Men
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