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Paz by Nature Plant-Based Skin Health Meal Plan is intended to provide an allergen-friendly plant-based nutrition plan with key nutrients to help manage acne and eczema with a selection of meals created by our professional naturopaths.
This plan is egg-free, nut-free, soy-free, gluten-free and dairy-free, as these foods are commonly linked to flare-ups.
This program incorporates important nutrients for skin health, including zinc and antioxidants. The meal plan is high in fiber and low glycemic. It also provides probiotics and prebiotics.
Paz by Nature Plant-Based Skin Health meal plan is intended to give you an idea of how to build your meals to achieve your nutrition goals.
You will also get, included in the price, a recipe book with over 30 more recipes that include extra ten recipes for breakfast, ten main recipes for lunch/dinner, ten recipes for healthy snacks and eight dessert recipes.
Paz By Nature Meal Plan comes with an evidence guide to help you better understand your body’s mechanisms.
It also includes nutritional information on Calories, Macronutrients (Fats, Carbs, Proteins) and Micronutrients (Vitamins, Minerals) to choose your meals in the best way to benefit your health.
A grocery list is also included if you wish to follow the plan, and a preparation guide to simplify your week set up.
The grocery list is organized into categories based on how a typical grocery store is laid out.
This will allow you to grocery shop in an organized order starting with fruits, vegetables, etc.
Doing your shopping this way will save you time.
You’ll notice some meals are shaded out; this means that the meal has been marked as a leftover.
You’ve already prepared it, so you do not need to make it again. Instead, cook once and eat multiple times.
Leftovers are a great way to save money and time in the kitchen!
This plan is
- DAIRY FREE
- LOW GLYCEMIC
- NUT FREE
- SOY FREE
The plan includes 17 recipes, averaging 1700 calories per day.
You can increase the number of servings (calories) and/or swap recipes or add more using the included recipe books.
An ideal daily intake of calories varies depending on age, metabolism and levels of physical activity, among other things.
Generally, the recommended daily calorie intake is 2,000 calories per day for women and 2,500 for men.
The schedule (Mon-Sun) included in your plan (and the number of servings) is a template example, and you should adjust it to your needs.
Please read our article for more information about how calories affect your diet.
You will find the notes on each recipe. We added this part for further suggestions or advice on modifying the recipes so it will be easier to adjust any recipe to your own needs.
Some of the notes’ suggestions might influence and change the plan standards.
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