Create a one-day meal plan full of healthy food choices that you would eat.The meal plan should focus on balance, variety, and adequacy. The meal plan should
- include a written/typed outline (use word or pdf) of the ideal meal plan with Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks clearly outlined with defined “ideal” times (i.e breakfast 9am, snack 10:30am). Specify food and amounts (oz, cups, tsp, etc.) for each meal/snack.Break up foods to show each component (i.e. specify whole wheat bun, % of fat for ground beef, amount of lettuce, ketchup, etc. instead of choosing “hamburger”/state each component of a salad).DO NOT include supplements/multi-vitamins.
- show how your plan meets the recommendations for calories as well as macronutrient ranges and # of grams for carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Your meal plan must meet recommendations for water, saturated fat, added sugar, and sodium.
and lastly help me finish the discussion