If you’re ready to make a big-time impact on your health with low sugar recipes, we’ve got tasty ideas for you—and they won’t make you feel deprived of flavor one bit. Dig into this 7-day low-sugar menu plan.
The average American woman eats around 230 calories from sugar each day—more than double the American Heart Association’s recommendations for daily consumption . Eating so much sugar can have a significant impact on your health and well-being. From high blood pressure to heart attack to Alzheimer’s disease, sugar has been implicated in many conditions that can destroy your quality of life.
We’ve included low-sugar breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes for each day of this meal plan, but feel free to substitute some of these recipes by taking advantage of leftovers. Leftovers are a smart way to save yourself time in the kitchen and lower your grocery bills.
Day One Low-Sugar Menu Plan (with grams of sugar per serving)
Day Two Low-Sugar Menu Plan
Breakfast: Egg and Tomato Feta Toast | 3 grams per serving
Lunch: Supermodel Superfood Salad | 8 grams per serving
Dinner: Slow Cooker White Cheddar Mac & Cheese | 7 grams per serving (serve with a side of fresh vegetables or a green salad)
Day Three Low-Sugar Menu Plan
Day Four Low-Sugar Menu Plan
Day Five Low-Sugar Menu Plan
Breakfast: 5-Ingredient Breakfast Sweet Potatoes | 5 grams per serving
Lunch: No-Mayo Chicken Salad | 1 gram per serving
Dinner: Salmon Quinoa Cakes | 1 gram per serving and Caprese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms | 4 grams per serving
Day Six Low-Sugar Menu Plan
Day Seven Low-Sugar Menu Plan
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