Diet Chart To Reduce Belly Fat
Have found a gym for obesity and weight loss, but if you tell the right diet with it, then it will be fun. If you too are thinking something like this, then take a look at the diet chart given here which is healthy in every way.

Diet Tips

Overweight body is not only strange to see but it is also the cause of many diseases. Even most diseases start with obesity, so if you want to live a healthy life then first of all think about reducing your extra fat. By the way, the work of fat produced in the body is to give strength to fight diseases, but when it becomes more than necessary, then it becomes difficult. This is called obesity. In which the body gradually becomes unformed. So to control it, starting an exercise is a good and necessary step but at the same time you will also need a diet plan. Because if you consume a significant amount of calories after doing heavy workouts then there will be no benefit of workout.

How to reduce belly fat?

Follow this diet chart

Monday

Breakfast – 1 cup oatmeal + 100g yogurt + 1 tsp honey

Lunch – 50g Paneer / 50g Chicken Salad + 1 Bowl Dal + 2 Chapati

Snacks – 30g Almond (almonds with no salt)

Dinner – 2 cups steamed vegetables + 100g soybean chunks + two chapattis

Tuesday

Breakfast – 1 cup untouched muesli + one apple + 125 ml skimmed milk

Lunch – 1 bowl yellow lentils + 1/4 cup beet salad + 2-3 chapattis

Snacks – 1 cup vegetable soup

Dinner – 100g grilled salmon / grilled cauliflower / 2 cups steamed vegetables + 2 chapattis

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Wednesday

Breakfast – 1 bowl Poha + 1 Glass Orange Juice

Lunch – 2-3 cauliflower / radish stuffed chapatti + 1 tsp gooseberry sauce + 100 grams low fat curd

Snacks РSaut̩ed carrots and celery sticks + ginger tea

Dinner – 60 gm Tandoori Smooth / Grilled Mushroom + 1 cup salad + 2 Chapati

Thursday

Breakfast – 1 cup oatmeal + 100g low fat curd + 1 tsp honey

Lunch – 2-3 maize bread + 1 bowl mustard greens + 25 gm jaggery

Snacks – 50g Roasted Nuts (without salt)

Dinner – 100g baked parmesan cheese / chicken + 2 small roasted potatoes + salad

Friday

Breakfast – 1 cup muesli + 1 glass of hot milk + 1 chopped banana

Lunch – 2-3 chapattis + 1 bowl green pea lentils + 100g low fat curd + 1/2 cup brown rice

Snacks – Roasted gram + 1 cup beetroot, carrot and tomato soup

Dinner – 1 bowl of lentils + vegetable curry + 1 cup brown rice

Saturday

Breakfast – 1-2 radish / cauliflower parathas + Amla + garlic chutney + 1/2 bowl curd made in 1 glass of skimmed milk + cumin oil

Lunch – 1 bowl mixed dal + 100g steamed rice + mixed vegetables + salad + egg paratha + 100g curd

Snacks – 1 cup of tea + 2 ginger cookies

Dinner – 100g boneless chicken curry / mushroom-pea gravy + 2-3 fenugreek chapattis + salad + 1/2 bowl curd

Sunday

Breakfast – Omelet made of 2 egg whites + 2 roasted brown bread + 50 g roasted mushrooms + 1 glass of Almond Milk

Lunch – 1 bowl of Bathua and Mix dal + 1-2 chapattis + turnip vegetables

Snacks – 50g-60g sesame + peanut + 1 cup tomato soup

Dinner – 1 bowl fish curry / fenugreek, cottage cheese, millet bread + salad + 1/2 bowl yogurt

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