30 Clean Dinners for Your Weight Loss Plan

Every new day is a new chance to take control of your health and body. Eating clean is a fantastic way to improve your health and weight. It cuts out unnecessary additives and increases the amount of nutrients you’ll take in per meal. Eating clean is a simple and basic change to make, and can be done gradually with one meal per day. Take dinner: it’s our biggest meal of the day, and thus the most important one. Start by focusing on clean dinners for losing weight. Here are 30 clean dinners for your weight loss plan.

1. Roasted Cauliflower with Red Peppers and Olives

Roasting these vegetables brings out their flavors. The cauliflower has a cheesy flavor, and the olives add a sharp, delicious dimension to the dish.

2. Lemon Chicken Breasts with Salad & Asparagus

Meat proteins meet healthy, leafy vegetables in this dinner. The abundance of herbs on the chicken add to the garden-fresh, flavorful feel of the dish.

3. Pan-Fried Salmon with Asparagus & Couscous Salad

This is as balanced a dish as they come. Heart-healthy salmon meets nutrient-filled asparagus and superfood grain couscous.

4. Slow Cooker Chicken Chili

An easy to prepare meal packed full of spices and flavorful additions like onions. The beans serve as the base of the meal, and they are delicious bombs of protein and other nutrients.

5. Black Bean and Quinoa Chili Bowl

The delicious flavors of a burrito in the soothing heaviness of a chili. Quinoa is an unbelievably healthy superfood and beans are packed full with protein, making this a hearty meal.

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4 Comments on "30 Clean Dinners for Your Weight Loss Plan"

  1. Dea  April 17, 2017

    I can usually decide on a recipe but there are so many delicious looking ones. I love them all. My problem is with the herbs and spices. I can’t find fresh ones where I live. Is using dry ones the same? Also is there a place I can get a list of the spices you use so I can look for them and have them on hand?

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    • Gale Compton  April 17, 2017

      Dea, Dry spices and herbs can always be replaced for fresh ones, if unavailable. Typically, 1 tablespoon fresh is equal to 1 teaspoons dry.

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  2. Ruby  April 17, 2017

    Do you have hard copy cookbook

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