Hit Reset on Your Healthy Diet Goals With Our 3-Day Detox

Day 2 Menu

Hit Reset on Your Healthy Diet Goals With Our 3-Day Detox
Ready to get started? They become silky smooth when blended and sneak in an extra 3g of fiber per serving. Sign up for our new weekly newsletter, ThePrep, for inspiration and support for all your meal plan struggles. Think of this detox as your reset as you enter the New Year—a way to tune up your diet by building a foundation you can sustain. Chickpeas are the secret ingredient to supreme creaminess. This minute salad is a nutritional powerhouse, brimming with antioxidants from the oranges, heart-healthy fats from the walnuts and avocado, and folate and vitamin A from the spinach.

Day 2 Menu

Hit Reset on Your Healthy Diet Goals With Our 3-Day Detox

Fresh parsley is pleasantly verdant and pairs wonderfully with zippy lemon zest and nutty brown rice. We opt for brown rice because, compared to white, it is higher in fiber, protein, B vitamins, iron and magnesium.

Leftovers will keep for three to five days. Green Goddess Avocado Sauce. Avocados are nutrition heavy-hitters, boasting nearly 20 vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. The fruit is also rich in fiber, heart-healthy unsaturated fats, and plant sterols, which can help lower cholesterol. When blended into a bright, herbaceous sauce, they breathe life into humble rice dishes and make salads sing. Enjoy as either a dressing or dip. This recipe calls for frozen fruit, letting you reap the nutritional benefits of out-of-season fruit like mango.

Lemon Chicken Citrus Bowls. Because there's no center stage in a bowl, a smaller portion of meat travels far, putting more emphasis on the vegetables, whole grains, and fruit. Chickpea and Kale Curry. This recipe is a twofer; it makes enough for dinner tonight and a second full serving to freeze for another day. Quinoa Breakfast Bowl with 6-Minute Egg. Slow Cooker Creamy Lentil Soup. Chickpeas are the secret ingredient to supreme creaminess.

They become silky smooth when blended and sneak in an extra 3g of fiber per serving. Southwestern Sweet Potato and Egg Hash. Hashes are a great way to incorporate vegetables into the first meal of the day. Give the potatoes a head start by microwaving them until just shy of tender, and then finish them off in the skillet for that coveted crispy texture. Use the leftover black beans to boost protein and fiber in salads, soups, or grain bowls.

Fresh herbs and lemon make a bright, tasty topper for succulent shrimp. Fish and shellfish are excellent sources of protein for fewer calories than most meats.

Paired with spinach and rice pilaf, this weeknight-friendly main comes together in just 15 minutes. Home Health News Weight Loss. Struggling to cook healthy? We'll help you prep. Sign up for our new weekly newsletter, ThePrep, for inspiration and support for all your meal plan struggles. Enjoy as either a dressing or dip. This recipe calls for frozen fruit, letting you reap the nutritional benefits of out-of-season fruit like mango. Lemon Chicken Citrus Bowls. Because there's no center stage in a bowl, a smaller portion of meat travels far, putting more emphasis on the vegetables, whole grains, and fruit.

Chickpea and Kale Curry. This recipe is a twofer; it makes enough for dinner tonight and a second full serving to freeze for another day. Quinoa Breakfast Bowl with 6-Minute Egg. New research shows that eating eggs with raw vegetables like tomatoes increases your absorption of carotenoids—antioxidants that may ward off heart disease.

This minute salad is a nutritional powerhouse, brimming with antioxidants from the oranges, heart-healthy fats from the walnuts and avocado, and folate and vitamin A from the spinach.

We skip the croutons and add toasted walnuts for a healthier crunch. Slow Cooker Creamy Lentil Soup. Chickpeas are the secret ingredient to supreme creaminess. They become silky smooth when blended and sneak in an extra 3g of fiber per serving. Southwestern Sweet Potato and Egg Hash.

Day 2 Menu