5 day meal plan

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    5 day meal plan


    I workout every day and I'm not trying to lose anymore weight. Does anyone have a 5 day meal plan for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Say A Monday - Friday plan? I'm trying to eat healthy and maintain the current weight I'm at now.

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    should i come and cook them for you also
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    Not only it is unlikely that someone is just going to spoon feed you with a meal plan, it is also impossible for anyone to come up with a random meal plan without knowing bodyweight, goals, workout, how your metabolism works, etc, etc, etc.
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    I recommend a 7 day meal plan opposed to a 5 day. Its far superior. You should probably start a new thread requesting help with a 7 day plan. I imagine you might be hungry on day 6 and 7.
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    Lolz ^
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    You can find a lot of meal plans online and probably even right on here.
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    GoogleBro!

    Essentially though, figure out your daily caloric and macro needs and break them down to x amount of meals. Do your own label reading, it'll be good for you.

    If you have no idea where to start, you can google search calculators to give you a general idea as to intake needs, and then make your personal tweaks as you go.
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    Use MyFitnessPal and make your own meal plan. It makes it really easy to keep track of everything you eat.
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