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What is Carb Cycling Diet Plan

tomatoes and carrots used in diet plan

What are the characteristics of carb cycling? For what purpose can we use it? Is there any point in using this method? You will find answers to these questions in this article on this nutritional strategy. In this article we will answer questions about meal planning.

As a quick reminder, the carb cycling strategy divides the week into low, medium and high carbohydrate days. The day with which we adjust the value of carbohydrates to the training and its intensity. The amount of protein and fats in the most common method does not change on these days over the course of a week.

Here are some tips on how to plan your meals in a carb cycling strategy at home.

The number of meals and snacks should not cause any problems in maintaining the dietary plan. If you have a day without training, use a low carbohydrate day. All you need is 4-5 meals and the time you save in the kitchen can be used for other activities.

If you have a day with training, adjust value of carbohydrates to duration and intensity of the workout.

Medium intensive – average carbohydrate content.

High intensity – high carbohydrate content.

In these 2 cases, it is better to use 5 meals and 2 snacks than to reduce the number of meals and risk stomach and intestinal discomfort and the feeling of fullness through volumetric large meals. This will not be conducive to our results during training.

On days with low carbohydrate content, take care to choose wholemeal products and plenty of vegetables.  On days with medium and low carbohydrate content by a large amount of this macro element you can introduce products such as honey, syrups, fruit juices, more fruit, energy gels, isotonic drinks, jams, jams – while not forgetting the basic sources of carbohydrates that we use on days with low carbohydrate content.

Days with high and medium carbohydrate content will help to speed up glycogen recovery and will allow you to train the next day with similar intensity. However, if you want to reduce your body weight and you have 3-4 days of low carbohydrate per week, you should make sure that after a day of high carbohydrate value you have two days of low carbohydrate content and the first day was planned for training, and the second day was a day off workout. Despite the lower amount of carbohydrates, the body will be able to replenish glycogen reserves and on the next day, when I have a workout, we will be able to train on effective performance.

Do not exceed 40g of fiber per day due to the risk of constipation.

Realize your needs for daily protein rations. Protein allows, among other things, to rebuild damaged muscle fibers during workouts, takes part in the transport of oxygen, creates digestive enzymes, participates in the active work of our immune system. If you are a professional athlete, make sure that in every meal there is 20-40g of protein for a meal.

Make sure that your menu contains at least 2-3x a week of fish. If you do not like fish, take care of a proper supplementation with omega 3 acids. A proper supply of omega 3 acids has an anti-inflammatory effect, reduces oxidative stress and improves the lipid profile.

Sources of fats in the diet should be based on products of plant origin. In the diet of physically active people, saturated acids should not exceed 10% of the total supply of fats. Focus on introducing vegetable oils, olive oil, olives, fatty fish, flax seed, nuts, avocado to your diet.

Our carb cycling diet plan is exemplary and can serve as a model. It will not serve people with all kinds of deficiency, incorrect laboratory tests, etc.

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Carb Cycling Diet Plan – One Week

Monday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Walnuts0,5 handful (15 g)
Banana1 piece (120 g)
Cocoa1 spoon (10 g)
Coffee1 glass (50 ml)
Soya milk1,5 glasses (330 ml)
Oat flakes0,5 glass (50 g)
Dried raisins1 handful (30 g)

 

Coffee oatmeal

Pour the milk and coffee into the pot, pour the flakes and set over medium heat. Cook for a few minutes, stir from time to time. When the flakes are soft, add to the cocoa porridge and mix. Add chopped bananas, nuts and raisins.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Red onion0,25 pieces (25 g)
Vinegar, balsamic1 spoon (6 ml)
Cucumber0,25 pieces (45 g)
Olive oil0,5 spoons (5 ml)
Black olives6 pieces (18 g)
Red paprika0,25 pieces (65 g)
Green paprika0,5 pieces (70 g)
Yellow paprika0,5 pieces (70 g)
Cherry tomato5 pieces (100 g)
Basil, dried3 teaspoons (3 g)
Oregano, dried1 teaspoons (3 g)
Feta cheese1/8 cubes (20 g)
Butter-head lettuce1/2 pieces (100 g)

 

Greek salad

Wash the vegetables thoroughly. Cut out the seeds from the peppers. Cut it into cubes. Cut the cucumber and the onion into slices in the same way, so that rings are formed. Cut the tomatoes in half. Combine basil and oregano with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

Take the lettuce into smaller pieces and mix it with the chopped vegetables and olives. Add the sauce, mix again and put in a bowl.

Cut the feta into slices and place on the salad. Decorate it with onion rings.

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Red onion1  piece (100 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Carrot2 pieces (90 g)
Olive oil1 spoon (10 ml)
Chili peppers1 piece (20 g)
Red paprika0,25 pieces (65 g)
Green paprika0,5 pieces (70 g)
Tomato2 pieces (340 g)
Leeks0,25 pieces (35 g)
Spices – paprika, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – rosemary, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Green lentils0,5 glass  (100 g)
Potatoes2 pieces (180 g)

 

Lentil stew

Rinse the lentils in cold water, put them in a pot and pour over with water. Then cook until soft. Cut onion, leek, peppers, carrots and potatoes into cubes.

In a suitable pot on hot oil fry chopped garlic and vegetables. Fry until soft and slightly brown, add the potatoes to them and stew until soft. Then add the diced tomatoes and boiled lentils. Add all the spices and chopped chili. Stew everything together under cover for about 15 minutes.

5:00 p.m. Training

 

Cycling90 minutes
6:00 p.m. Training meal

 

Mango1 piece (280 g)
Isotonic1 bottle (500 ml)
Energy Gel1 piece (36 g)

 

Start drinking isotonic during training. After one hour. Drink clean water until now. Eat the energy gel after one hour of training.

Mango immediately after training.

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Eggs2 pieces (100 g)
Chives0,5 pieces (10 g)
Whole wheat flour0,25 glasses (30 g)
Olive oil0,5 spoons (5 ml)
Gouda cheese1 slice (25 g)
Salt1 pinch (1 g)
Ham, chicken breast2 slices (30 g)

 

Omelette with ham and cheese

Dice the ham and grate the cheese on a grater with large holes.

Pour the eggs into a bowl, add salt to taste and beat until the egg whites and yolks combine. Heat the pan and add the olive oil. Pour the egg mixture into the pan.

When the omelette is cut from the bottom, sprinkle the top with ham and cheese. Fold the omelette in half and fry for 1-2 minutes. After a while, turn the omelette over so that it turns brown on the other side. Put the ready omelette on a plate, sprinkle with grated cheese and chopped chives.

Tuesday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Toasted bread4 slices (120 g)
Apple1 piece (180 g)
Butter2 teaspoons(10 g)
Champignon2 pieces (40 g)
Parsley2 teaspoons (12 g)
Gouda cheese2 slices (50 g)
Ham, chicken breast2 slices (30 g)

 

Cheese toast and apple

Finely chop parsley. Cut the mushrooms into thin slices.

Grease the slices of bread with a thin layer of butter. Place slices of ham, mushroom and parsley on the slices. Then put a slice of cheese on it and fold the toast. Bake in a toaster. Serve with apple.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Walnuts0,5 handfuls(15 g)
Pear1 piece  (130 g)
Homogenized cheese1 piece (150 g)

 

Homogenized cheese with pear and nuts

Put the homogenized cheese into a bowl. Peel the pear and dice it. Add to the cheese. Crumble the nuts on top.

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Pearl barley groats1 bag (100 g)
Greek yoghurt 10%3 spoons (60 g)
Carrot3 pieces (135 g)
Butter2 teaspoons (10 g)
Honey1,5 spoons (36 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Spices – coriander leaves, dried3 teaspoons (9 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Soy sauce3 teaspoons (15 g)
Salt1 pinches (2 g)
Pig meat, pork loin, slimline tenderloin100 g

 

Pork tenderloin with groats and carrots

Cook the groats according to the instructions on the package. Clean the tenderloin from membranes and cut it into thick slices.

Put the Greek yoghurt into a hot pan. Then fry the pieces of meat on it in a slightly golden colour on both sides. In a small bowl mix honey, soy sauce and grated skin and lime juice. Add the whole to the meat pan.

Boil everything together, reduce the heat and cook for 2-3 minutes.

Peel the carrots, cut them into smaller pieces. Cook. Melt the butter in a pan. Add boiled carrots, sprinkle with pepper, salt and a spoonful of honey. Mix everything together.

Serve with groats and carrots.

5:00 p.m. Training

 

Cycling90 minutes
6:00 p.m. Training meal

 

Apricots, dried0,75 handfuls (70 g)
Isotonic1 bottle (500 ml)
Energy Gel1 piece (36 g)

 

Start drinking isotonic during training. After one hour. Drink clean water until now. Eat the energy gel after one hour of training.

Fruit should be eaten immediately after training

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Rye bread1  slice (35 g)
Granulated garlic – spices1 teaspoons (5 g)
Cucumber0,5 pieces (90 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoons (5 ml)
Green olives2 spoons (30 g)
Spices – basil, dried4 teaspoons (4 g)
Spices – oregano, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Feta cheese0,25 cubes (50 g)
Spinach4 handfuls (100 g)

 

Green salad

Combine all the spices with each other and olive oil.

Cut the olives into rings. Cut the cucumber lengthwise in half and then into thin slices. Take the spinach into smaller pieces.

Gently mix all the ingredients of the salad with the sauce and put them in a bowl. Place the diced cheese on top. Serve with bread.

Wednesday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Cinnamon1 teaspoons (4 g)
Pear1 piece (130 g)
Milk 2%1,5 glasses (330 ml)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Oat flakes7 spoons (70 g)
Spices – cardamom, ground1 teaspoons (5 g)
Plum4 pieces (220 g)
Lemon juice1 spoon (6 ml)

 

Oatmeal with pear and plums

Pour the milk into a pot and add the oatmeal. Boil for a few minutes, stir occasionally.

Peel the pear, cut out the seed nests, sprout the plums and cut them into pieces. Heat the olive oil in a pan, roast the fruit and add the spices. The fruit should soften and blush. Pour a few drops of lemon juice over them. Add the prepared fruit to the oatmeal. Pour everything into a bowl.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Walnuts0,5 handfuls (15 g)
Beetroot, marinated100 g
Natural yoghurt 2%1 spoon (25 g)
Greek yoghurt 10%2 teaspoons (40 g)
Dijon mustard2 teaspoons (20 g)
Rucola3 handfuls (60 g)
Goat cheese, soft0,25 pieces (30 g)

 

Goat cheese salad.

Combine Greek yoghurt with yoghurt and mustard and mix. Cut the beetroot in half, cut the cheese into smaller pieces and roast the nuts on a dry hot frying pan.

Combine all ingredients together and add roasted walnuts on top.

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Breast meat of chicken0,5 pieces (100 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Beetroot salad with horseradish8 spoons (200 g)
Natural yogurt 2%4 spoons (100 g)
Capers, canned2 spoons (20 g)
Pasta penne rigate1,5 glasses (110 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml
Parsley4 teaspoons (24 g)
Spices – basil, dried6 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – marjoram, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)

 

Roasted chicken with garlic and capers

Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package.

Wash and dry the breasts, then sprinkle each of them with thyme, marjoram and basil. In a bowl mix natural yoghurt with chopped parsley, garlic and capers.

Place the marinated breasts in an ovenproof dish. Grease each of them with the prepared sauce.

Cover the dish and put it in an oven preheated to 175 °C for about 25-30 minutes. Serve with pasta and beets.

6:00 p.m. Afternoon snack

 

Banana1 piece (120 g)
Honey1 spoon (24 g)
Soy milk1 glass (220 ml)
Cranberries, dried0,5 handfuls (20 g)

 

Banana Shake

Place all the ingredients in the blender cup. Blend.

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Eggs2 pieces (100 g)
Red onion0,25 pieces (25 g)
Rye bread1 slice (35 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Green olives1 spoon (15 g)
Tomato2 pieces (340 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Serrano ham2 slices (30 g)

 

Eggs on tomatoes

Cut the onion and garlic into cubes. Heat the olive oil in a deep frying pan and brown the onion and garlic.

Chop the olives and cut the tomatoes, add to the rest. Season the whole and stew for about 10 – 15 minutes, until the mass thickens.

Put the mixture into heat-resistant bowls, make a place in the middle and stick an egg into each bowl.

Cover the egg yolk with a slice of ham. Bake the whole in the oven preheated to 175 degrees until the eggs are cut off.

Thursday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Basil, leaves2 handfuls (6 g)
Onion1 piece (100 g)
Rye bread4 slices (140 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Greek yogurt 10%3 spoons (60 g)
Capers, canned2 spoons (20 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoons (5 ml)
Dried tomatoes10 slices (70 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Cottage cheese, lean2 slices (50 g)

 

Pasta sandwiches made from dried tomatoes

Chop the onion and garlic finely. Fry the ingredients in olive oil.

Put the fried ingredients and capers into the blender cup. Add cottage cheese, dried tomatoes and Greek yogurt. Mix everything into a smooth paste, put into a bowl and season to taste with chopped basil and pepper.

Grease the slices of rye bread with the obtained paste.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Linseed1 spoon (10 g)
Banana1 piece (120 g)
Milk 2%1 glass (220 ml)

 

Banana cocktail

Pour the milk into the blender. Add the pieces of banana and add the linseed. Blend the whole thing

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Red onion1 piece (100 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Turkey, breast without skin1 piece (100 g)
Capers, canned1 spoon (10 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Pine nuts1 handful (20 g)
Tomatoes can0,5 glasses (110 g)
Dried tomatoes5 slices (35 g)
Spices – nutmeg, ground1 spoon (3 g)
Spices – paprika, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Basmati rice1 bag (100 g)
Feta cheese0,25 cubes (50 g)
Salt1 pinch (1 g)
Spinach2 handfuls (50 g)

 

Turkey stuffed with spinach

Cook the rice according to the instructions on the package.

On hot olive oil fry chopped garlic and add half of the onion cut into cubes. When the onion has gently glazed, add the spinach. Season to taste with a pinch of knob.

Leave the spinach to cool down and add the crushed feta cheese, chopped dried tomatoes and roasted pine nuts. Mix the whole thing thoroughly.

Cut the turkey breast into thin sheets, break with a pestle and place the meat between two food foils. Sprinkle the meat on both sides with paprika powder, salt and pepper.

Arrange the stuffing for the meat, roll it all and wrap in aluminum foil. Place the meat in an oven preheated to 200*C for about 20 – 25 minutes.

After this time, make sure the meat is baked, cut the rolls into 1 cm thick slices and place on a tomato sauce. Sauce: In the same pan, fry the other half of the onion, cut into cubes, chopped garlic, pour in a can of tomatoes and add chopped capers. Cook everything together for about 3 minutes.

Serve the turkey with rice and sauce.

5:00 p.m. Training

 

Cycling90 minutes
6:00 p.m. Training meal

 

Jellies1 handful (30 g)
Isotonic1 bottle (500 ml)
Energy Gel1 piece (36 g)

 

Start drinking isotonic during training. After one hour. Drink clean water until now. Eat the energy gel after one hour of training.

Jellies should be eaten immediately after training.

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Eggs2 pieces (100 g)
Canned Tuna in water1 spoon (30 g)
Whole wheat flour4 spoons (60 g)
Black olives6 pieces (18 g)
Red paprika0,25 pieces (65 g)
Spices – oregano, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – paprika, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 pinch (1 g)

 

Tuna omelette

Dice up the peppers and slice the olives. Drain the tuna from the water on a strainer.

Separate the whites from the yolks. Combine the egg yolks with the other ingredients. Beat the egg whites into a foam and mix gently with the mixture with the yolks. Then add the flour and mix all the ingredients. Fry the omelette in a Teflon frying pan.

Friday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Cinnamon2 teaspoons (8 g)
Pineapple3 slices (240 g)
Basil, leaves1 handful (3 g)
Butter2 teaspoons (10 g)
Oat flakes5 spoons (50 g)
Cottage cheese, lean2 slices (60 g)
Pineapple juice1 glass (240 ml)

 

Pineapple oatmeal

Cut the slices of fresh pineapple into smaller pieces. Roast the flakes in a dry pot for 2 minutes stirring, add a glass of pineapple juice and boil. Set aside for a while. Heat the butter in a pan, add the chopped pineapple, add a pinch of cinnamon and fry over a fairly large heat. Pour the oatmeal into a bowl and place the pineapple on it. Sprinkle with crushed cottage cheese and fresh basil leaves.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Chives0,5 pieces (10 g)
Chicory1 piece (80 g)
Natural yogurt 2%6 spoons (150 g)
Cucumber0,5 pieces (90 g)
Tomato1 piece (170 g)
Spices – basil, dried4 teaspoons (4 g)
Spices – oregano, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon(1g)
Radishes5 pieces (75 g)
Butter-head lettuce0,5 pieces (100 g)
Lemon juice3 spoons (18 ml)

 

Salad

Cut the lettuce and chicory into thick strips. Then stir it.

Cut tomatoes into eights and radishes into slices. Cut the cucumber lengthwise in half and cut into slices. Mix the lettuce, tomato, cucumber and radishes in a bowl.

Pour the yogurt and squeeze out the lemon juice and add basil, salt, oregano and pepper. Mix all the ingredients together. Pour the ready sauce over the prepared lettuce and sprinkle the top with chopped chives.

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Breadcrumbs0,25 glasses (30 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Asparagus beans1 handful (90 g)
Salmon, fresh100 g
Butter2 teaspoons (10 g)
Olive oil1 spoon (10 ml)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 pinch (1 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Basmati rice1 bag (100 g)
Water6 spoons (30 ml)

 

Salmon with asparagus beans

Cook the rice according to the instructions on the package.

Place the salmon in an ovenproof dish lined with parchment. Chop the garlic cloves finely. Sprinkle the salmon with olive oil and sprinkle with thyme, pepper and pieces of garlic. Allow to stand for a few minutes, then bake at 160 °C for 15 minutes.

Blanch the beans with hot water, then drain off and put into a hot olive oil pan. Fry for one minute while stirring continuously.

Add salt, pepper and butter to the beans. Fry the whole thing for a few minutes until everything goes well together.

At the end of frying sprinkle the beans with breadcrumbs and mix everything together. Serve with baked salmon and rice.

6:00 p.m. Afternoon Snack

 

Mango1 piece (280 g)
9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Eggs1 piece (50 g)
Breast meat of chicken without skin0,5 pieces(100 g)
Garlic1 clove (5 g)
Natural yogurt 2%3 spoons (75 g)
Canned sweetcorn4 spoons (60g)
Olive oil1teaspoon (5 ml)
Spices – marjoram, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Salt1pinch (1 g)
Tortilla wheat1 piece (62 g)

 

Wrap with egg paste

Boil an egg hard.

Roast the tortilla for a while in a dry frying pan and then let it cool down. Cut the chicken meat into small pieces and sprinkle with salt, pepper and marjoram. Fry them in olive oil.

Crush the boiled egg with a fork and combine in a bowl with yogurt, garlic clove, salt and pepper. Add drained corn and chicken. Mix and season to taste.

Put the ready paste on a tortilla pancake and roll.

Saturday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Eggs2 pieces (100 g)
Blueberries1 glass (130 g)
Natural yogurt 2%2 spoons (50 g)
Whole wheat flour2 spoons (30 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Baking powder0,5 teaspoons (2 g)
Water0,25 glasses (50 ml)

 

Blueberry omelette.

Combine eggs, flour, water, baking powder in a blender.

Heat the olive oil in a pan. Pour the mixture into the pan and cover with a lid. Fry for 5-8 minutes over medium heat. Turn to the other side and fry for 2-3 minutes. Place the omelette on a plate. Grease the omelette with yogurt and sprinkle with berries.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Eggs1 piece (50 g)
Jam8 teaspoons (120 g)
Kefir 2%1/3 glasses (90 ml)
Whole wheat flour2 spoons (30 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Baking powder0,25 teaspoons (1 g)
Baking soda0,25 teaspoons (1 g)

 

Kefir pancakes

Mix Kefir with egg and olive oil. Sift the flour into a bowl and combine with baking powder, soda, salt. Mix all ingredients thoroughly.

Leave the dough to stand for half an hour.

Heat the pan and pour the dough into the pan in portions and fry for about 2 minutes on each side. Serve with jam.

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Red onion1 piece (100 g)
Lemon0,5 pieces (40 g)
Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Greek yogurt 10%2 spoons (40 g)
Fresh dill4 teaspoons (16 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Parsley4 teaspoons (24 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Spices – cayenne pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Trout1 piece (230 g)
Salt1 pinch (1 g)
Spinach4 handfuls (100 g)
Potatoes3 pieces (270 g)

 

Baked trout

Gut, scrape, wash and dry the fish on a paper towel. Cut them crosswise on both sides, sprinkle with salt and pepper and put herbs and a slice of lemon inside.

Heat the olive oil in a pan. Fry the prepared fish on both sides and then put it into an ovenproof dish.

In olive oil fry chopped onion and garlic, add dried spinach and fry together for a while. Add Greek yogurt and season to taste with salt and pepper.

Cut the potatoes in half. Put the potatoes and fish in an oven preheated to 200 °C for 5-7 minutes. Put the fish and potatoes on a plate. Serve with spinach.

5:00 p.m. Training

 

Cycling90 minutes
6:00 p.m. Training meal

 

Dried plums2 handfuls (120g)
Isotonic1 bottle (500 ml)
Energy Gel1 piece (36 g)

 

Start drinking isotonic during training. After one hour. Drink clean water until now. Eat the energy gel after one hour of training.

Fruit should be eaten immediately after training.

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Rye bread3 slices (105 g)
Pine nuts1 handful (20 g)
Dried tomatoes5 slices (35 g)
Spices – basil, dried3 teaspoons (3 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Rucola1 handful (20 g)
Country cheese light0,5 pieces (75 g)

 

Cottage cheese sandwiches

Put the cottage cheese in the bowl. Add the rocket, salt, pepper, basil and mix. Grease the slices of bread with the obtained paste. Place slices of dried tomatoes and nuts on top.

Sunday

07:00 a.m. Breakfast

 

Eggs1 piece (50 g)
Banana1 piece (120 g)
Natural yogurt 2%4 spoons (100 g)
Cocoa1 spoon (10 g)
Kiwi fruit2 pieces (150 g)
Butter2 teaspoons (10 g)
Whole wheat flour2 spoons (30 g)
Milk 2%0,5 glasses (110 ml)
Baking powder1 teaspoon (4 g)

 

Pancakes with kiwi and banana

Whisk the eggs with milk, add flour, baking powder, cocoa and mix well.

Heat half of the butter in a pan, pour the dough to cover the bottom of the pan. Fry on both sides over low heat. Heat the other half of the dough and fry.

Prepared pancakes spread with yogurt and add kiwi pieces and banana slices. Fold into an envelope.

10:00 a.m. Second breakfast

 

Whipped cream4 teaspoons (40 g)
Strawberry-flavored jelly1 glass (220 g)
Strawberry0,5 glasses (80 g)

 

Strawberry dessert

Wash the strawberries and cut them into quarters. Throw into the bowl.

Prepare the jelly according to the instructions on the package and pour it over the strawberries. Leave it in the fridge. Add whipped cream to the top

2:00 p.m. Lunch

 

Garlic2 cloves (10 g)
Butter2 teaspoons (10 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Parsley2 teaspoons (12 g)
Cherry tomatoes5 pieces (100 g)
Spices – marjoram, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – oregano, dried2 teaspoons (6 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Spices – thyme, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Basmati rice1 bag (100 g)
Feta cheese0,25 cubes (50 g)
Salt1 pinch (1 g)
Beef, roast beef, tenderloin2 pieces (140 g)

 

Steak with garlic butter and rice

Cook the rice according to the instructions on the package. Preheat the oven at 190 °C.

Prepared steaks sprinkle with olive oil and sprinkle with spices.

Chop garlic and parsley finely. Then grind with soft butter into a paste. Heat the grill pan and fry the steaks for 3-4 minutes on each side.

Put fried steaks, rice and tomatoes on a plate. Sprinkle crushed feta cheese on top. Serve with garlic and herb butter.

6:00 p.m. Afternoon snack

 

Date (dactyl), dried1 handful (45 g)
Raspberries2  glasses (240 g)
Honey1 spoon (24 g)
Soy milk1 glass (220 ml)

 

Raspberry Shake

Put all the ingredients in the blender glass. Blend.

9:00 p.m. Dinner

 

Breast meat of chicken without skin0,5 pieces (100 g)
Red onion0,5 pieces (50 g)
Chives0,25 pieces (5 g)
Toasted bread4 slices (120 g)
Olive oil1 teaspoon (5 ml)
Spices – marjoram, dried1 teaspoon (3 g)
Spices – black pepper, dried1 teaspoon (1 g)
Salt1pinch (3 g)
Spinach2 handfuls (50 g)

 

Toast with chicken

Dice up the onion and fry it in hot oil. Add spinach and diced chicken, mix and season. Bake slices of bread in a toaster.

Put the prepared stuffing on two slices of bread and cover with the remaining two.

Shopping List

rasberrys
Cereal products

 

Oat flakes170 g
Whole wheat flour180 g
Toasted bread240 g
Pearl barley groats100 g
Rye bread315 g
Pasta penne rigate110 g
Basmati rice300 g
Breadcrumbs30 g
Wheat tortilla62 g (1 piece)
Vegetables

 

Red onion400 g (3,75 pieces)
Cucumber225 g (1,25 pieces)
Black olives36 g (12 pieces)
Red paprika195 g (0,75 pieces)
Green paprika140 g (1 piece)
Yellow paprika70 g (0,5 pieces)
Cherry tomato200 g (10 pieces)
Butter-head lettuce200 g (1 piece)
Garlic85 g
Carrot225 g (5 pieces)
Chili paprika20 g (1 piece)
Tomato850 g (5 pieces)
Leek35 g (0,25 pieces)
Green lentils100 g
Potatoes450 g (5 pieces)
Chives25 g (1,25 pieces)
Champignon40 g (2 pieces)
Parsley72 g
Green olives45 g
Spinach300 g
Beetroot100 g
Rucola80 g
Capers, canned50 g
Onion100 g (1 piece)
Dried tomatoes140 g
Tomatoes, can110 g
Chicory80 g (1 piece)
Radishes75 g (5 pieces)
Asparagus beans90 g
Canned sweetcorn60 g
Fresh dill16 g
Milk and milk products

 

Feta cheese170 g
Gouda cheese75 g
Homogenized cheese150 g
Greek yogurt 10%200 g
Milk 2%660 ml
Natural yogurt 2%500 g
Goat cheese, soft30 g (0,25 pieces)
Cottage cheese, lean110 g
Kefir 2%90 ml
Country cheese light75 g
Meat and eggs

 

Eggs550 g (11 pieces)
Ham, chicken breast60 g
Pig meat, pork loin, slimline tenderloin100 g
Breast meat of chicken without skin300 g (1,5 pieces)
Ham, Serrano30 g
Turkey, breast without skin100 g (1 piece)
Beef, roast beef, tenderloin140 g (2 pieces)
Oil and fats

 

Olive oil95 ml
Butter60 g
Sugar and sweets

 

Cocoa20 g
Honey84 g
Jelly beans30 g
Jam120 g
Whipped cream40 g
Strawberry flavored jelly220 g
Fish and seafood

 

Canned tuna in water30 g
Salmon100 g
Trout230 g (1 piece)
Fruit, nuts and seeds

 

Walnuts45 g
Banana480 g (4 pieces)
Dried raisins30 g
Mango560 g (2 pieces)
Apple180 g (1 piece)
Pear260 g (2 pieces)
Apricots, dried70 g
Plum220 g (4 pieces)
Dried cranberries20 g
Linseed10 g
Pine nuts40 g
Pineapple240 g (3 slices)
Blueberries130 g
Lemon40 g (0,5 pieces)
Dried plums120 g
Kiwifruit150 g (2 pieces)
Strawberries80 g
Date, dried (dactyl)45 g
Raspberries240 g
Drinks

 

Coffee50 ml
Isotonic2000 ml
Lemon juice24 ml
Pineapple juice240 ml
Water80 ml
Spices

 

Vinegar, balsamic6 ml
Spices – basil, dried20 g
Spices – oregano, dried24 g
Spices – paprika, dried18 g
Spices – rosemary, dried3 g
Spices – thyme, dried18 g
Salt10 g
Spices – coriander, dried9 g
Spices – black pepper, dried12 g
Soy sauce15 g
Granulated garlic5 g
Cinnamon12 g
Spices – cardamom, dried5 g
Mustard20 g
Beetroot salad with horseradish200 g
Spices – marjoram, dried12 g
Basil, leaves9 g
Spices – nutmeg, ground3 g
Baking powder7 g
Baking soda1 g
Spices – cayenne pepper, dried1 g
Vegetarian products

 

Soy milk770 ml
Ready-made meals

 

Energy gel144 g

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