Eat Yourself Sexy Australia

Busy Mum Meal Plan - Week 6

Designed by resident nutritionist Emma Sutherland, Eat Yourself Sexy with Michelle's meal plan.

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  • WEEK 6 - Day 1
    Breakfast: Stewed apple & pear with cinnamon and 70g natural yoghurt and 2 teaspoons chia seeds.
    Snack: 12 Tamari almonds.
    Lunch: 100g zucchini slice with salad (should have already in freezer).
    Snack: Carrots with hummus (see hummus recipe).
    Dinner: 180g organic lamb sausages with steamed vegetables and pumpkin and sweet potato mash.
    Liquids: 2L water and 150ml beetroot, celery, apple, cucumber (see Cholesterol Juice recipe).

    WEEK 6 - Day 2
    Breakfast: 1 poached egg topped with diced tomato on 1 slice sourdough.
    Snack: 1 apple.
    Lunch: 95g canned salmon and green bean salad (see recipe).
    Snack: 2 corn cakes with ABC spread.
    Dinner: 150g tuna steak with 1 ½ cup broccoli, carrots and corn.
    Liquids: 2L water, 30ml lemon juice with 225ml water.

    WEEK 6 - Day 3
    Breakfast: 70g yoghurt and ½ cup mixed berries, 1tsp coconut flakes with 2 teaspoons chia seeds.
    Snack: 1 kiwifruit.
    Lunch: Bean salad – rinse a can of three beans well & use 80gr, add sliced red, green capsicum, corn and salad greens.
    Snack: Chopped cucumber and hummus (see hummus recipe).
    Dinner: 180g organic chicken poached in chicken stock with fresh ginger, steamed bok choy, broccoli & snow peas.
    Liquids: 2L water and 150ml beetroot, celery, apple, cucumber (see Cholesterol Juice recipe).

    WEEK 6 - Day 4
    Breakfast: Citrus Berry Smoothie - ½ cup fresh mixed berries, 70g plain yoghurt, 1 cup orange juice, 2 teaspoons chia seeds.
    Snack: 1 apple.
    Lunch: 1 whole meal pita stuffed with 95g chicken, spinach, spring onion and hummus (see hummus recipe).
    Snack: Fresh avocado dip and vegetable sticks.
    Dinner: 150g snapper on a bed of spring greens, cucumbers and olives drizzled with lemon juice.
    Liquids: 2L water, chamomile tea.

    WEEK 6 - Day 5
    Breakfast: Power smoothie: 100ml oat milk, 30gr rolled oats, 50g natural yoghurt, 30g frozen berries, 2 teaspoons chia seeds.
    Snack: 1 whole meal pita with hummus (see hummus recipe).
    Lunch: 2 cups Syrian red lentil soup (see recipe).
    Snack: 1 apple with 8 cashews.
    Dinner: 1 wheat free pizza (see recipe).
    Liquids: 2L water, 150 ml beetroot, celery, apple, cucumber (see Cholesterol Juice recipe).

    WEEK 6 - Day 6
    Breakfast: 90g rolled oats microwaved with 80ml water and 1 tsp. lemon juice. Add 30g frozen berries for flavor.
    Snack: Celery sticks and 10g pumpkin seeds.
    Lunch: 80g turkey wrap with salad on flat bread (see recipe).
    Snack: 1 apple.
    Dinner: 2 x 80g broccoli, salmon and tofu patties with salad (see recipe).
    Liquids: 2L water and Peppermint tea.

    WEEK 6 - Day 7
    Breakfast: 1 cup Bircher muesli with berries and 50g yoghurt (see recipe).
    Snack: 1 apple.
    Lunch: 2 x 80g lentil and vegetable patties (see recipe).
    Snack: 2 rice cakes with avocado or tahini.
    Dinner: 150g baked lamb with asparagus and zucchini.
    Liquids: 2L water 150ml beetroot, celery, apple, cucumber (see Cholesterol Juice recipe).

    SEE MORE MEAL PLANS:

  • Michelle - Week 1 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 2 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 3 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 4 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 5 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 6 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 7 Meal Plan

  • Michelle - Week 8 Meal Plan
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