Anvanca Diet – Day 21: Total Calories 1250
Breakfast: The goal of a good breakfast is the balance between fiber and protein. The combination of which has been shown to keep you feeling fuller, longer, so you eat less.
Anvanca® Basic Egg White Omelet
3 Egg whites
Favorite chopped veggies: onions, mushrooms, green peppers, etc.
1 slice of reduced fat cheddar cheese
PAM or non-stick cooking spray
1 Slices of Multi-Grain, Whole-Grain bread
1 pat of reduced fat/non-fat spread
Pre-heat a skillet. Spray with non-stick cooking oil. Add veggies and egg to a bowl. Mix well. Add salt and pepper (I recommend garlic salt). Pour egg mixture into the skillet. Add bread to the toaster. When cooked on one-side, flip the omelet. Add the cheese to the top. Fold the omelet and serve. Add butter to the toast.
Lunch: The goal of a good lunch is the balance between protein, fiber, and fat. The key is not to overeat to avoid an insulin spike. We provide for a mid-day snack so that you can keep your blood sugar stable.
The Smart Roast Beef Sandwich: You are permitted 6 slices of lean roast beef on two slices of whole grain, multi-grain bread. Add any veggie you like. Do not add cheese. Only mustard is allowed as a condiment. Add an apple for something sweet.
Snack: Peanuts – 1/2oz:
Anvanca® Chicken Parmesan:
1 chicken breast
½ cup of pasta sauce
1 slice of reduced fat provolone
½ cup of cooked broccoli
Preheat oven 375 degrees. Spray foil lined pan with non-stick vegetable coating. Place chicken on foil. Add ½ the sauce and bake 20-30 minutes. Check that chicken is cooked. Add the remainder of the sauce, and place the cheese on top. Bake for an additional 10 minutes. Cook the broccoli according to the packaging instructions.
Dessert: Have a ½ cup of slow-churned, no sugar added, vanilla ice-cream
Anvanca is the only program that combines an effective weight loss supplement with free personalized coaching to help you lose weight and keep it off. We believe coaching is critical in the first month as you learn new behaviors. This is why we developed 28 day meal plans based upon Gender and Food Likes & Dislikes. This diet is based upon a 1,800 calorie a day average consumption, with a goal weight reduction of a pound per week. Daily calories will range between 1,100 and 1,300 per day. Based upon the Glycemic Index (GI), all meals will fall in the low range (GI < 55) as does the day as a whole. The full day GI target is 50. We even have a few days where we add in a “cheat” for a little treat.