Welcome to this week's meal plan.
Midwest food is known for its hearty meals, use of fresh, local ingredients, and its sense of tradition. It's about comfort, warmth, and bringing people together. Adapting the principles and nutrition of the Mediterranean diet, our Midwest meal plan focused on lean proteins like meat and chicken, fresh veggies, and hearty flavors while cutting down on processed foods. This is entirely in line with the SOZA Weight Loss program.
To bring a touch of Midwest warmth to your meals, here's a quick overview of our Midwest meal plan:
Kickstart your day
Start your mornings with dishes like a Denver-style omelet filled with lean ham, bell peppers, and low-fat cheese or a cottage cheese parfait topped with fresh berries.
Savor a low-carb Cincinnati-Style Bison Chilli or a class Grilled Chicken Salad for a protein-rich midday meal.
Dinners to anticipate
Savor the essence of Midwestern cuisine with our Bison Meatloaf paired with a side of roasted brussels sprouts or a Grilled Walleye with a tangy, fresh cucumber salad.
Snack smart with apples, berries, and veggie sticks, keeping it simple.
We're sure that this plan will make your meals exciting and help you with your weight loss goals. It's a great example of how you can mix the healthy ideas of the Mediterranean diet with the cozy, satisfying tastes of Midwest cooking.
Here's to your continued health,
The SOZA Weight Loss Team
1. August 7 - 13, 2023 Low-Carb, High-Protein MIDWEST-inspired Meal Plan
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Gus Bouari, Co-Founder of SOZA
Health Blog Writer
About Gus Bouari, SOZA Co-Founder
After his childhood friend and co-founder, Dr. Anthony Wehbe lost 50 pounds on the SOZA weight loss program, he also did the program and lost 35 pounds. Gus is a wellness advocate and enthusiast. Gus truly believes we can all transform our lives by adapting to and following a healthy, wellness-focused lifestyle.
He has appeared on Miami NBC 6 Health in the Mix, discussing healthy eating and healthy cooking. If you ever bump into Gus, it would most likely be at a health foods store helping fellow shoppers make better food choices.
His continuous education and certifications include Precision Nutrition PN1 Certification, Stanford Online University's Food Sustainability, Mindful Eating, Healthy Cooking, Nutrition For Health and Sustainability, Nutrition Science: Obesity, and Healthy Weight Loss.