Fitness Blender's 4 Week Vegetarian Meal Plan and Nutrition Guide

eBook (PDF), 135 Pages
(11 Ratings)
Price: $24.99
Built with registered dietitians and nutritionists, this healthy, clean-eating Vegetarian Meal Plan details 3 meals, and 3 snacks, every day for four weeks. There is a corresponding grocery list for each week, and there are 5 different calorie allotments to choose from so that you can customize this plan to meet your exact goals (weight loss, gain, or maintenance). Includes suggestions for modifying for food allergies, intolerance, and availability, as well as food costs, cooking for a family, and more. Couple this 4 Week Meal Plan with our 8 Week Fat Loss Programs for foolproof results. Includes modifications for vegetarians who do not consume eggs; our Vegan Meal Plan may also be of interest for a completely animal-product free meal plan.
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  • By Paul Ings
    Jun 6, 2019
    I bought this book mostly as inspiration for more vegetarian meals, I eat really healthily already, and also because on the FB website they write that the mealplan plus workout program will give you foolproof results, so I was intrigued to see it. I love FB, but this disappointed me. You really should be able to easily see a preview instead of buying blind, as I did. Actually, a preview is supposedly available, but none of my devices will support the version of Adobe, even though I was able to download the book itself no problem & have never had any problems with Adobe before or since. Will the book accomplish what it says, to help you lose weight? I would say so, but that should be absolutely, purely what you're buying it for. The first 60 pages are informational, it was interesting how to calculate your calorie needs for the program, but otherwise it was mostly stuff that is on their blogs, posts, etc, ie, drink a lot of water. I expected recipes that are as creative as on their... More > website, but l agree with the other reviewer, it's very bare bones. Very few instructions on cooking times, suggested spices, etc, not what you would think of as a recipe, mostly take the ingredients and put them together, and a good share of them raw. One thing that was very interesting was that the plan included foods such as wasa crackers, which l thought as a packaged food was a no-no, so I was glad to see that some flexibility is allowed. I also thought the portion size info was interesting. Overall, I would say buy it purely if you have weight goals, and really want to accomplish them, but otherwise, this book has relatively little to offer.< Less
  • By Kseniya Katsman
    May 4, 2018
    This ebook has a lot of information about how to eat right. And for the most part it's really helpful! It also gives some very nice ideas for snacks and small meals. However, this book is not well thought out in terms of being a meal plan that one can follow as is. It does not take leftovers into consideration (what am I going to do with 2/3 of an avocado when I won't be using it for another 3 days?..) and generally provides very bare-bone recipes without much flavor or knowledge behind the cooking process (bean soup that is made by adding water and some spices to cooked beans – just no). It will fit people who don't particularly like cooking or who like putting raw produce on a plate and eating it all separately – there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, but my stomach specifically needs some well-balanced, cooked meals at least once a week, and this guide is of no help.
  • By Christina Feliciano
    Jan 22, 2018
    Overall, I found this meal plan to be helpful. As someone who generally eats pretty healthy already (and just gets lazy sometimes) I ended up using this more for inspiration (new recipes and ideas, better knowledge about macronutrients and balancing different foods) than something I'd follow exactly. I didn't follow it exactly as listed mainly because I found the plan to be too complicated and prone to producing too much food waste. For example, for lunches, I don't have time to prep five different individual lunches ahead of time for the week. I'd rather choose one (with mostly raw ingredients), prep it on Sunday, and portion it out for five days. However, I am a creature of habit and others might totally need that variety, so I appreciate that it's there and that I can tailor it to meet my needs. Also, since I'm doing this on my own, I found I would be wasting a lot of food (i.e. using 2 tbsp of avocado one day, and then not needing it again for a few days -- no way the leftover... More > avocado will last that long!) I rearranged the order of some of the meals to prevent this, and also made substitutions (for example, if a meal called for 1/2c beets, and then two days later 1/2c squash, I just chose one for both meals so I didn't waste a little of each item.) In summary, the plan provides great nutrition information and is mostly really helpful; you just may need to customize it a bit depending on what your goals and situations look like.< Less
  • By Deepthi Vasishta Uppinahalli
    Sep 1, 2017
    I really appreciate Fitness Blender for making this PDF. It has a lot of great information. But to be honest, it didn't help me much to know what are the foods for lean proteins, what food to eat and not eat. The meal plan was much like a grocery list of everything in the store. Can't figure out which is how many calories and which food has what amount of macro nutrients in it. I feel like I wasted $25 on this and read it only once. I could get all this information online very easily. I suggest you to please put a preview of all the books so that people can see it and decide whether to buy it or not. I am sad that there was no refund for this. Fitness blender, i follow your videos a lot. I am inspired by you, But probably only for workouts now. Thanks a lot for the workout videos. You can improve on these PDFs though. Love, Deepthi
  • By Jennifer Cayabyab
    Jan 26, 2017
    I bought this meal plan to add more variety to my diet. I was stuck in a rut of eating the same foods - not necessarily unhealthy foods, but lacking a nutritional variety and more processed. While some of the ingredients are repeated through the meal plan weeks (actually helpful when buying the food items), I have added a host of new meals and foods to my regimen. I'm not done with the full 4 weeks, but already a huge fan. I don't enjoy cooking so I appreciate the relatively simple, often one-dish, meals. My husband has even enjoyed some of the dinners along with me! Thank you, Kelli and Daniel, for publishing this meal plan specific to vegetarians. I love it and your workouts!
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Fitness Blender, LLC
January 24, 2014
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