top of page

30-Day Vegetarian Meal Plan

How to Lose Weight in 30 days?

30 day Fruit diet

Is there anything that actually works!? Would you like to lose weight faster? When it comes to losing weight, the rules are simple: Consume fewer calories than you burn on a daily basis. Subtract about 3,500 calories per week—a 500-calorie-per-day deficit—and you’ll lose 1 lbs.

But for non-mathematical types who lead busy lives doing all that math and trying to figure out the calorie counts of different foods—whether eating on the run or planning meals—can be tough. A healthy and nutritious diet plays a vital role in maintaining the overall health of the body.

Nowadays people are opting for a vegetarian diet. vegetarian diet can also help in weight loss, while providing the basic nutrients required by the body.

Overcome Your Plateau with these 5 Easy Tips

1.Stop fearing Carbs!

It’s true, one of the quickest ways to lose weight is to go low-carb, popularized in the early 2000s by the Atkins Diet, and later, the South Beach Diet. The 30-day low-carb plan gained popularity because you don’t have to weigh and measure. One caviat: Dieters must nix bread, rice and other complex carbs (including fruit) for two weeks, bringing these carbs back into the diet slowly—in limited doses. But not all carbohydrates are created equal – it’s the type that counts. The ‘trick’ to losing weight and keeping it off is to have few, if any, peaks and troughs in blood sugar throughout the day. Simple, refined carbohydrates (think white bread & sweets) break down quickly, which ‘spike’ blood-sugar levels. These are also the type of carbohydrates, which contribute to belly fat – eek!

2.Make Fruit your Friend!

Because fruit contains sugar, many people mistakenly put it in the same category as other sugary treats and cut it from their diet completely. But fruit can be your weight loss ally, thanks to its high levels of water and fiber which help to keep you feeling full. The top fruits for weight loss include grapefruit, melons (watermelon, rock melon and honeydew), berries (blueberries, strawberries and raspberries), papaya and peach. Dried fruit has four times the energy density of fresh fruit, so stick to fresh where possible.

3.Eat Slimming Snacks!

When it comes to losing weight, calories are important. What’s your target weight? Add a zero to that number and that’s (approximately) how many calories you should be eating each day. Keep track of how many calories you consume. Clocking in at under 200 calories each, here’s a quick list of grab-and-go snacks. 1) 1 apple, sliced and 2 tablespoons of hummus. 2) 1 banana and 1 tablespoon of fat-free chocolate syrup and 1 tablespoon of chopped walnuts. 3) 1 nectarine, chopped and 1 tablespoon toasted almonds and 1 teaspoon of honey. 4) 1 handful of whole-wheat pretzel sticks, 1 tablespoon dried cranberries and 1 tablespoon raw cashews.


Consider your cravings for the sweet stuff public enemy #1 in your fight against the flab. Let’s not sugar coat it, too much sugar makes you fat. Fresh fruit aside – soda, artificial fruit drinks, candy and processed foods all feature highly on the added sugar scale and should be limited as much as possible to prevent fat gain. Too many sweet treats can also damage insulin control, trigger stress hormones and wreak havoc on your appetite….back away slowly from the doughnut and no one gets hurt!

5.Move your Body!

Getting in shape isn’t just about noshing on the right foods at the right time. Sure, it’s important, but it’s equally important to get active regularly too! Try to do something active for at least 30 minutes every day to help boost your calorie burn, improve your health and fast-track your body makeover during the first 30 days. You don’t need to spend hours in the gym to get results.

In fact, the best forms of activity are often freebies, like taking a walk with a friend, gardening, walking the dog, yoga, cleaning and household chores, doing an aerobics video with a friend, walking to the shops, shooting hoops, cycling, dancing, hitting the beach or taking a dip in the pool – the choice is yours!

Benefits of Vegetarian Diet

  1. Lowers the cholesterol levels

  2. Reduces high blood pressure and hypertension

  3. Reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases

  4. Plays a vital role in weight loss

  5. We consume fewer calories in vegetarian diets.

  6. We also avoid unnecessary and saturated fats while consuming a veg diet

Book your slot to participate in 30days Fruits and Veggies Fitness Program / Meal Plan


1 view0 comments


bottom of page