Have you been struggling with weight loss? Tried many remedies to no avail? Sci-Fit Nutrition offers several realistic weight loss approaches to help you achieve long-term weight loss success. Choose from one of the following weight loss meal plan options to being weight loss that stays off! Vegetarian lifestyle, Low Carb, 30-Day Weightloss, and True Paleo Pescatarian.
65% CARBOHYDRATES, 15% PROTEIN, 20% FAT
Calorie ranges available are 1700 thru 2100 / 65% carbs, 15% protein & 20% fat The Low Fat Vegetarian template provides 7 days of meal plans each consisting of 5-6 meals each day.
The macronutrient ratios average 65% carbohydrates, 15% protein and 20% fat for the seven day period. Protein sources are provided by tofu and soy products, beans, peanuts and some dairy in the form of cheese and milk (no eggs).
This template may be somewhat limited in variety but has been clinically proven to shed weight quickly when combined with a regular exercise routine consisting of cardiovascular exercises to burn calories and resistance exercises to maintain muscle tissue. The Low Fat Vegetarian template is very popular amongst active male and female adults to burn fat and maintain muscle.
30 DAY WEIGHT LOSS
MIXED MACRONUTRIENT RATIOS
A healthy body begins with living right, eating good foods and eliminating toxins from our body.
Our vegetarian detoxification template is loaded with green vegetables, nuts, fruits, lentils, and gluten-free carbohydrates to help the body eliminate built-up toxins in the liver. The liver is the main organ focused on our detoxification process. If the liver is not functioning properly, all of the other organs such as the colon, kidneys, heart, brain, lungs, skin and hormonal systems will be less adequate. This can breakdown the body making it susceptible to many life-threatening diseases.
Our well-designed detoxification program should provide the liver the ability to rid itself of incoming toxins and flush away the stored up fat-soluble toxins, leaving you feeling more focused and clearing away the “mental fog” we find we live with on a daily basis.
TRUE PALEO PESCAPALEO
25% CARBOHYDRATES, 25% PROTEIN, 50% FAT
Interested in Paleo but not keen on eating meat or poultry? Not a problem. We can rely on a variety of wild fish to provide high-quality protein without compromising our nutrition.
Key features include:
• Five balanced meals per day, including breakfast, lunch, dinner and two snacks
• Tonight’s dinner = tomorrow’s lunch (save prep time!)
• Easy to follow preparation ideas
• All meals balanced with regard to macronutrient ratios
• All meals are composed of whole, True Paleo foods.
Nothing processed. Try eating this way for just one month and support your body with this emphasis on the rich protein source!
LIFESTYLE 40% CARBOHYDRATES 30%, PROTEIN, 30% FAT
These menus are low-carb (about 40% carbs) but still contain all of the essential nutrients. These menus are not, “no carb”, but contain enough for good health and a healthy, successful weight loss. The carbs that are included are concentrated high fiber products.
The information in this work is in no way intended as medical advice or as a substitute for medical counseling. The info on this site, and in the App contains the Doctor, Dietician, and Nutritionist developed meal plans. It is intended to provide helpful and informative material on the subjects addressed in the publication. It is sold with the understanding that the author, publisher, Doctors, Nutritionists, and Dieticians are not engaged in rendering medical, health, psychological, or any other kind of personal professional services on this website, meal plans, or app. If the reader requires personal medical, health, or other assistance or advice, a competent professional should be consulted. The author, publisher, Doctors, Nutritionists, and Dieticians specifically disclaim all responsibility for any liability or loss, personal or otherwise, that is incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of the contents of these meal plans and info in the app. Before starting a weight-loss plan, a new eating program, or beginning or modifying an exercise program, check with your own personal physician to make sure that the changes are right for you.