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All about our Healthy Diet Plan for January 2017
Over 150,000 people can't be wrong! That's how many of you have now signed up for our nutrition-packed Healthy Diet Plans, and the feedback shows that you enjoy them as much as we do. Rigorously tested and nutritionally analysed, we believe we've developed the perfect formula to boost health and wellbeing in the most delicious way possible.
Our latest plan serves two people for one week and brings you 15 brand-new recipes that are easy, quick, convenient and minimise waste. When you sign up you'll be sent an email from which to access the full plan, with two separate links - one for the meat-eaters' menu and another for the vegetarian plan. You'll also get a full shopping list, plus plenty of tips, tricks and additional recipes to help you carry on eating well throughout the whole year.
What are the benefits of this plan?
Whether your goal is to lose weight, cut back on sugar or glow with health, we're here to help, with brand-new recipes and expert advice from our nutritional therapist, Kerry Torrens. As with all our diet plans, we've stayed clear of processed foods and packed our recipes with healthy fats, lean protein and slow-release carbs, as well as a mix of vegetarian and vegan recipes throughout the week. As a result, you can expect to cut down on added sugar, lose excess pounds and increase your energy. You'll improve your digestion and give your immunity a boost too.
Our Healthy Diet Plan recipes are bursting with protective antioxidants, minerals, vitamins and phyto-nutrients to strengthen your immunity, keep you feeling fuller for longer and boost your mood during the dreariest days of the year. All the recipes are also based on a balanced combination of protein, fats and carbs, which help manage hormones and blood sugar levels while curbing cravings.
About the recipes
Our nutritious breakfasts, lunches and dinners deliver an optimum balance of nutrients and, by using the plan, you can see at a glance what to eat every day. Each day provides more than five of your five-a-day and keeps within the recommended Reference Intakes (RI) for fats, protein, sugar, salt and kcals, and follows the latest guidance on your intake of ‘free’ sugars. We suggest eating the meals on particular days for the most balanced approach, but if you want to swap or repeat days, you’ll still reap all the benefits of eating whole, unprocessed, nourishing foods.
The recipes make enough for two people for seven days, and have been written by food writer Sara Buenfeld and analysed by nutritional therapist Kerry Torrens. You can read more about the nutritional benefits of each recipe, along with Kerry's top tips for optimum health, when you sign up!
We understand that diet plans can be time-consuming, so we've given tips for getting ahead and attempted to keep preparation and cooking times to a minimum. We've aimed to keep ingredient costs down and reduce waste, though there may be the odd occasion where you can enjoy leftovers for another meal. If you have questions or comments about any of the recipes, our cookery team are keen to hear them - please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All health content from BBC Good Food is provided for general information only, and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own doctor or any other health care professional. Any healthy diet plan featured by BBC Good Food is provided as a suggestion of a general balanced diet and should not be relied upon to meet specific dietary requirements. If you have any concerns about your general health, you should contact your local health care provider.