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Find out what a healthy balance diet looks like with our resource that includes two examples of week-long meal plans which meet healthy eating recommendations.
Scrambled egg, slice of wholemeal toast and lower fat spread, and a glass of fresh orange juice
Baked potato with tuna and sweetcorn mayonnaise filling
Cottage pie with vegetables, followed by a banana
Apple, orange, raisins and slice of toast with lower fat spread
Bowl of wheat bisks, slice of wholemeal toast and marmalade, and a glass of fresh orange juice
Cheese and salad sandwich on wholemeal bread followed by yogurt and dried fruit
Bowl of tinned lentil soup, and salmon with potatoes and vegetables
Grapes, slice of toast with lower fat spread
Bowl of wholegrain breakfast flakes, slice of wholemeal toast and jam, and glass of fresh orange juice
Baked beans, slice of wholemeal toast, with low fat spread and grated cheddar cheese
Beef curry with brown rice, raita, naan bread and poppadoms, followed by a fruit salad
Orange, banana, slice of toast with lower fat spread
Bowl of tinned tomato soup and a bread roll with lower fat spread
Spaghetti Bolognese with garlic bread, a side salad, followed by fruit salad
Mixed nuts, raisins, and grapes, slice of toast with lower fat spread
Pitta bread with houmous and a side salad
Oven baked haddock with oven chips and vegetables
Bacon roll with tomato ketchup and a glass of fresh orange juice
Homemade chicken and vegetable soup, a bread roll with lower fat spread, and a jelly pot
Pasta ratatouille bake with oatcakes and cheese.
Banana, apple, and slice of toast with lower fat spread
Bowl of porridge, slice of wholemeal toast and lower fat spread, and a glass of fresh orange juice
Egg and cress mayonnaise baguette, fruit yogurt and skinny latte
Roast chicken with potatoes and vegetables, homemade apple crumble and a pot of plain yogurt
Packet of crisps, banana, and slice of toast with lower fat spread
Get handy shopping lists for both our meal plans with advice for shopping for one, and quantities for two people or a family of four.
Find out how the resource was developed, including the nutritional analysis behind the meals.