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Jeffrey
(Female)
Oklahoma, United States
Total Calories: 1575
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1575 Calories Diet Meal Plan

1500-Calorie Diabetic Diet Plans
Here is a meal plan which was created by one of the users of this site. This 1575-calorie diet plan includes the following food items and may be consumed if it fits your diet and eating patterns.
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Calorie Breakdown by Meals
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What's in this meal?
Total fat in this plan:
48 g - 71%
Total saturated fat in this plan:
15 g - 72%
Total trans fat in this plan:
0%
Total cholesterol in this plan:
67 mg - 27%
Total sodium in this plan:
2283 mg - 113%
Total carbohydrates in this plan:
226 g - 90%
Total dietary fiber in this plan:
23 g - 90%
Total Fat. Total Fat. in this meal plan is at or below limit.    Sat Fat. Sat. Fat in this meal plan is at or below limit.    Cholesterol Cholesterol in this meal plan is at or below limit.    Sodium Sodium in the meal plan exceeds the limit.    Carbs Carbs in this meal plan is at or below limit.    Protein For women, daily recommended minimum protein intake should be 46 gms and 71 gms for pregnant women.
			Source: Webmd    Fiber Fiber in this meal plan does NOT meet the minimum recommended

MACRONUTRIENT SUMMARY

Macronutrient calculation for this 1575 Calories meal plan:
Below is a breakdown of this meal plan along with its macro nutrition calculation. You may simulate changes in macro nutrition levels by changing the default macro ratios seen below.
Choose a Goal   MUSCLE GAIN   MAINTENANCE   GET LEAN
 
PROTEIN
25 - 35%
%
Range in Grams
99 - 138
 
CARBS
40 - 60%
%
Range in Grams
158 - 236
 
FAT
15 - 25%
%
Range in Grams
26 - 44
Based on
Selected Ratio
  Calculated Protein Limit
118 g
  Calculated Carbs Limit
197 g
  Calculated Fat Limit
35 g
Breakfast
382 Calories
  11.24   74.81   4.78
Lunch
474 Calories
  35.86   64.25   8.8
Dinner
414 Calories
  12.67   31.65   26.49
Snack
305 Calories
  5.5   55.63   7.96
TOTAL  
65 g
Below Range
99 - 138
 
226 g
Within Range
158 - 236
 
48 g
Above Range
26 - 44
Note: The macronutrient summary and simulation, as seen above, is for your reference only. Please consult a professional for your specific needs.

What's in this 1500-calorie diet meal plan?
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Jeffrey created a meal plan that includes a plan for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack. For breakfast Jeffrey chose Bread - Whole Wheat Bread, Orange Juice - Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice, Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water. For lunch Jeffrey chose Subway - 6" Oven Roasted Chicken, Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water, Yogurt - Plain. For dinner Jeffrey chose Chicken Nuggets - 1 nugget, Mixed Vegetables - Cooked Mixed Vegetables, Olive Oil - 1 tbsp olive oil, Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water. For snack Jeffrey chose Bananas - 1 medium banana, Cereal Bars - Regular Cereal Bars, Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water.

With all the food items consumed during the day using this 1500-calorie meal plan, Jeffrey's total caloric consumption added to 1575 which is perfectly within the limit of this 1500-calorie meal plan.

Below is the nutritional breakdown for each meal set up by Jeffrey for the entire day. Here you will also find the nutrition facts for each of the meal consumed during the day. You are more than welcome to print and or email this 1500-calorie meal to yourself or a friend if you wish.

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Meal Plan Created On: Mar 18th, 2013


Macronutrient Ratio for Weight Loss/Gain Analysis

Below is a brief analysis of this plan's macronutrient composition. The objective here is to see if this 1575 Calories Meal Plan passes the test for one of the three scenarios for muscle gain, weight loss, or maintenance goals, as highlighted below.
Goal: Muscle Gain | Higher Carbs
If your goal is to gain muscle then the macronutrient ratio for your meal plan should be 40-60% carbs, 25-35% Protein and about 15-25% Fat.
Macronutrient Ratio - Muscle Gain - Protein: 25-35% | Carbs: 40-60% | Fat: 15-25%
Macros Acceptable Range (g) In this Meal (g) Pass/Fail
PROTEIN 99 - 138 65 Fail
CARBS 158 - 236 226 Pass
FAT 26 - 44 48 Fail
Goal: Weight Maintenance | Moderate Carbs
If your goal is weight maintenance then the macronutrient ratio for your meal plan should be 30-50% carbs, 25-35% Protein and about 25-35% Fat.
Macronutrient Ratio - Weight Maintenance - Protein: 25-35% | Carbs: 30-50% | Fat: 25-35%
Macros Acceptable Range (g) In this Meal (g) Pass/Fail
PROTEIN 99 - 138 65 Fail
CARBS 118 - 197 226 Fail
FAT 44 - 61 48 Pass
Goal: Get Lean | Higher Protein
If your goal is to get lean then the macronutrient ratio for your meal plan should be 10-20% carbs, 40-50% Protein and about 30-40% Fat.
Macronutrient Ratio - Get Lean - Protein: 40-50% | Carbs: 10-20% | Fat: 30-40%
Macros Acceptable Range (g) In this Meal (g) Pass/Fail
PROTEIN 158 - 197 65 Fail
CARBS 40 - 79 226 Fail
FAT 53 - 70 48 Fail

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Some basic analysis of this 1575 calories meal plan:
  • This meal plan seems to be deficient of some food items that could possibly make it a healthier meal plan. It's lacking food items that are Omega 3 Fatty Acid Rich Foods.
  • Food items such as salmon, lake trout, mackerel. etc... would potentially add more nutritional value to this 1575 calories meal plan.
  • However, this meal plan does contain food items that are Cholesterol And Blood Sugar Helpers, Antioxidant Rich, High Fiber, High In Potassium, Foods Enriched With Plant Sterols and High Energy Foods.

The above is just for informational purposes and may not be accurate. Please consult your physician for any specific dietary, health or medical advice.
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Breakfast:
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Name Servings Calories Protein Carbs Total Fat
Bread - Whole Wheat Bread 2 270 9.5g 49.02g 4.28g
Orange Juice - Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice 1 112 1.74g 25.79g 0.5g
Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water 1 0 0 0 0
  Total: 382 11.24g 74.81g 4.78g
Lunch:
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Name Servings Calories Protein Carbs Total Fat
Subway - 6" Oven Roasted Chicken 1 320 23g 47g 5g
Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water 2 0 0 0 0
Yogurt - Plain 1 154 12.86g 17.25g 3.8g
  Total: 474 35.86g 64.25g 8.8g
Dinner:
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Name Servings Calories Protein Carbs Total Fat
Chicken Nuggets - 1 nugget 3 144 7.47g 7.83g 9.03g
Mixed Vegetables - Cooked Mixed Vegetables 1 151 5.2g 23.82g 3.96g
Olive Oil - 1 tbsp olive oil 1 119 0 0 13.5g
Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water 1 0 0 0 0
  Total: 414 12.67g 31.65g 26.49g
Snack:
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Name Servings Calories Protein Carbs Total Fat
Bananas - 1 medium banana 1 105 1.29g 26.95g 0.39g
Cereal Bars - Regular Cereal Bars 1 200 4.21g 28.68g 7.57g
Water - 16 fl oz Bottled Water 2 0 0 0 0
  Total: 305 5.5g 55.63g 7.96g
  Total: 1575 65.27g 226.34g 48.03g
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Calories 1575  Calories from Fat 432
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 48.03g 71%
Saturated Fat 15.07g 72%
Polyunsaturated Fat 7.14g  
Monounsaturated Fat 19.23g
Cholesterol 67mg 27%
Sodium 2283mg 113%
Potassium 0mg  
Total Carbohydrates 226.34g 90%
Dietary Fiber 22.8g 90%
Sugars 84.18g | ABOVE RECOMMENDED LIMIT: 25g 337%
Protein 65.27g
Vitamin A 11%
Vitamin C 268%
Calcium 126%
Iron 60%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
  Calories 2,000 2,500
Total Fat Less than 65g 80g
Sat Fat Less than 20g 25g
Cholesterol Less than 300mg 300mg
Sodium Less than 2,400mg 2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate 300g 300g
Dietary Fiber 25g 30g
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