High-Protein Diet for Fat Loss for Non-Vegetarians

Coach Sapna on November 05, 2016

Learn how to benefit from a high-protein vegetarian diet to reduce fat!

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A high protein diet for non-vegetarians would include chicken, fish, meat, eggs, dairy products and whey protein supplements. Trying them out in proper portions will ensure you are able to balance the calorie intake in your meals. It is a low-fat, high-protein diet. So, you need to avoid sugar, butter, oils, fried foods, artificial sweeteners and highly processed foods. Through the high protein foods, you can ensure that you are balancing carbohydrates and fat intake with the protein consumption in every bite. These fat loss diet plans are flexible. You can replace the items in the diet to create a customized plan for yourself, as per your liking. Moreover, while there are plenty of non-vegetarian components in the meal, there are also whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. This will ensure that your daily fiber requirement in the diet is also met.

Protein Rich Diet Plan for Non-Vegetarians

Check out this protein-rich diet plan. The text in bold indicates protein-rich food that is incorporated into the diet plan.

Monday

Breakfast (approx 400 cals)

- 1 glass Whey protein, 3 boiled eggs


Morning Snack (approx 200 cals)

- 100g smoked salmon with spinach


Lunch (approx 600 cals)

- 100g boiled chickencheese and vegetable sandwich


Evening Snack (approx  200 cals)

- 1 bowl yogurt with fruits


Dinner (approx 400 cals)

- 200g grilled fish, brown rice, and vegetable salad

 

Tuesday

Breakfast (approx 400 cals): 

- 1 glass Whey protein, an omelet made with three eggs


Morning Snack (approx 200 cals)

- 100g grilled turkey breast


Lunch (approx  600 cals)

- 1 Chicken roll and vegetable salad


Evening Snack (approx 200 cals)

- Handful of almonds and walnuts


Dinner (approx 400 cals)

- 100g grilled lamb with steamed broccoli and spinach

 

Wednesday  

Breakfast (approx 400 cals): 

- 1 glass Whey Protein, 3 boiled eggs


Morning Snack (approx 200 cals)

- 100g grilled chicken


Lunch (approx  600 cals)

- 300g grilled fish, vegetable salad, dal and rice


Evening Snack (approx  200 cals)

- 1 bowl yogurt with fruits


Dinner (approx 400 cals)

- Whole wheat bread beef, cheese, and vegetable sandwich

 

Thursday

Breakfast (approx 400 cals)

- 1 glass Whey protein, 3 boiled eggs

 

Morning Snack (approx  200 cals)

- 100g smoked salmon with spinach

 

Lunch (approx  600 cals)

- 100g boiled chicken, 2 Roti, 1 cup rice with dal

 

Evening Snack (approx  200 cals)

- 1 glass whey and banana shake 

 

Dinner (approx 400 cals)

- 200g grilled fish, brown rice, and vegetable salad

 

Friday

Breakfast (approx 400 cals): 

- 1 glass Whey protein, an omelet made with three eggs

 

Morning Snack (approx 200 cals)

- 100g grilled turkey breast

 

Lunch (approx  600 cals)

- 1 Chicken roll and vegetable salad

 

Evening Snack (approx  200 cals)

- Handful of almonds and walnuts

 

Dinner (approx 400 cals)

- 100g grilled lamb with steamed broccoli and spinach

 

Saturday

Breakfast (approx 400 cals): 

- 1 glass Whey Protein, 3 boiled eggs

 

Morning Snack (approx​​​​​​​ 200 cals)

- 100g grilled chicken

 

Lunch (approx​​​​​​​ 600 cals)

- 300g grilled fish, vegetable salad, dal and rice

 

Evening Snack (approx​​​​​​​ 200 cals)

- 1 bowl yogurt with fruits

 

Dinner (approx​​​​​​​ 400 cals)

- Whole wheat bread beef, cheese, and vegetable sandwich

 

Sunday

Breakfast (approx​​​​​​​ 400 cals)

- 1 glass Whey protein, an omelet made with three eggs

 

Morning Snack (approx​​​​​​​ 200 cals)

- 100g grilled turkey breasts

 

Lunch (approx​​​​​​​ 600 cals)

- 100g boiled chicken, cheese and vegetable sandwich

 

Evening Snack (approx​​​​​​​ 200 cals)

- 1 glass whey and banana shake

 

Dinner (approx​​​​​​​ 400 cals)

- 200g grilled fish, brown rice, and vegetable salad

Things You Must Note in Your High-Protein Fat Loss Diet Plan

Below are some considerations that must be noted while following this routine in your diet:

  • There must be at least 3-4 hours gap between meals
  • The average calories consumed every day in the meal plan should be around 1800
  • You can customize the daily calorie intake as per your requirements
  • If you feel the need to take protein supplements, you can take them as well.

There are plenty of sources of protein when you are following a non-vegetarian diet plan. All you need to ensure is that you balance the intake of all nutrients. Read about How Much Protein Should You Eat Per Day so that you are aware of the caloric value of all nutrients you consume.

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Coach Sapna

PGDM from Kirloskar Institute Of Advanced Management Studies | PGDHRM from Symbiosis | Graduation in Microbiology (Hons) from Delhi University Marketing enthusiast by profession, with the love for interacting with consumers to understand their psychology towards any brand/product. Through my articles, I intend to help all those who are looking for inspiration and happiness in life.
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