Okay I'm going to try switching to 4 meals a day (i've been told that it will really help me adjust after they take out my gallbladder in august) and I want to know if this seems like a good meal plan. I'll probably be eating the same thing every day for a week...and then switch to something else. It's just easier for me that way so that things don't go bad in the fridge since I only cook for myself.
Basically...I want to know if I would be eating enough with this plan? and if I would be getting enough fruits and veggies.
7am ~ Breakfast - Yogurt Smoothie & Banana
11am ~ Half PB&J & Apple & 1 cup of Green Beans & A piece of a cheddar cheese block
3pm ~ Crock Pot Chicken & Broccoli & Grapes
7am ~ Half PB&J & Orange & Corn & more cheddar cheese
For the veggies I would probably season them with I can't believe it's not butter spray...
Crock Pot Chicken in chicken breasts, frozen veggies, and cream of mushroom soup cooked in the crock pot. I would be eating a chicken breast, with some of the soup poured over it and a cup of the veggies that cook with it.
I usually drink between 64 and 128 oz of water a day, sometimes a little more....and at least 16oz of it is mixed with flavored Benefiber. Occasionally I will have a bottle of Gatorade.
So yeah....do you guys think thats enough food? Or is it too much? Also, is there any major food group that I need more of? I just want to make sure that it's well balanced and that I am not starving myself or overeating.
Any input would be appreciated!