14-Day Paleo Meal Plan: Day 2

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By Captain's Crew March 20, 2019
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The Paleo diet takes us back in time to our ancestors’ eating patterns, before farming became popular. This diet emphasizes the use of whole foods and lean protein and the exclusion of processed foods, dairy and grains. The Paleo diet takes pride in reducing risk factors for heart disease, diabetes and obesity and slimming your waistline.

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DAY 2

Breakfast:

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie – 225 kcal

Snack:

1 whole mango, sliced, with 2 Tbsp coconut oil – 440 kcal

Lunch:

Chicken soup with 250mL chicken bone broth, 150g chicken breast, 60g carrot and 60g celery – 418 kcal

Snack:

30g dried banana chips dipped in 1 Tbsp cashew butter – 250 kcal

Dinner:

Sheet pan bake, 150g pork chop and 150g sweet potato slices tossed in 2 Tbsp coconut oil – 617 kcal

Daily total:  1,950 kcal

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Pumpkin puree
Coconut milk
Apple juice
Banana, Mango
Pecans
Chicken bone broth
Chicken breast
Carrots, Celery
Banana chips
Cashew butter
Pork chops
Sweet potatoes

Also need to have:

Pumpkin pie spice
Vanilla extract
Coconut oil

Pie for breakfast? Yes, please! Indulge this morning with a creamy pumpkin pie smoothie — which, by the way, is bursting with vitamin A and potassium — followed by a soul-warming lunch of collagen-rich bone broth chicken soup. Lastly, you’ll get another heavy dose of protein and antioxidant beta carotene in this easy-peasy sheet pan dinner — a perfect post-workout meal for you after work gym goers.

Atkins 40 Diet - Day 1 The information provided herein is for informative purposes only. Please consult your physician or health care provider prior to starting the Paleo Diet or any other diet for that matter.

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