Weight Loss Challenge

2 Weeks November Weight Loss Diet Plan

Hello everyone, hope all of you are doing good and are keeping healthy and happy. Have you taken up our november festival weight loss challenge to maintain and lose weight! If yes, here is the two weeks Indian vegetarian diet / meal plan to help you achieve your festival weight loss goals. With this diet plan, you can have a balanced and nutritious diet on a daily basis. This Indian diet plan has all the major food groups as it’s integral part. This diet plan is very simple yet highly balanced and easy to follow.

November Diet Challenge

  • Liquid Detox : Increase your fluid intake by adding detox water, detox juice, detox teas and soupd to your diet
  • Eat more veggies specially green veggies. Make sure you include alleast one bowl of veggies with every meal
  • Weekly Detox : Once every week, consume only fruits and vegetables for that day. Consime liquids as well but no dairy
  • 15 Days White Sugar Detox : 7 daus before and 7 days after the festival season or as per suitability, you can have sweets made from natural sweetners
  • No processed or refined flour should be included in the diet

Morning Drink

  • Green juice (barley, wheat grass) or cinnamon with fennel water

Morning Energiser

  • Open your eating window with 5-6 almonds or 1.5 soaked walnuts with 5-6 soaked raisins or 1 soaked fig or 2-3 pieces of soaked apricots
  • Consume lots of detox water

Post Lunch

  • Make sure you consume herbal tea post lunch

First Week

Breakfast

0940 hours

Mid Morning

1230 hours

Lunch

1400 hours

Refreshment

1730 hours

Dinner

1940 hours

Mon

Multigrain chilla (1-2)

Seasonal fruit

1 multigrain chapati with 1 bowl dahi, green veg sabji and 1 bowl salad

Golden milk or herbal tea with phool makhana

40 g grilled paneer with steamed veg salad

Tues

Overnight oats with ground flax seeds

Seasonal fruit

Buddha bowl(dal, chana, rice, salad, dahi)

Roasted makhana with tea moon milk

Daliya soup with veggies

Wed

Green detox smoothie 350 ml (fruits with seasonal green veggies, amla and herbs)

Seasonal fruit with coconut water

Steamed veg salad 1.5 bowl

1 fruit or lightly sauteed veggies

1 cup vegetable soup

Thru

Homemade granola with 1 bowl plant or dairy milk

Seasonal fruit

Roti with dal, sabzi and dahi

Peanut flavoured milk

Grilled veggies with light quinoa soup

Fri

2 idli with sambhar and chutney

Seasonal fruit

1 bowl Chickpeas salad with steamed veggies and flax seeds

Cocoa milk with herbal tea

Tomato carrot soup with 40 g grilled paneer

Sat

Paneer and veggies sandwitch

Seasonal fruit

Sprouts salad with 1/2 cup rice and dahi

Sweet potato chat and herbal tea

Carrot jaggery daliya

Sun

Methi parantha with dahi

Seasonal fruit

Treat meal

Golden milkwith roasted seeds

Mung dal khichadi

Second Week

Breakfast

0940 hours

Mid Morning

1230 hours

Lunch

1400 hours

Refreshment

1730 hours

Dinner

1940 hours

Mon

Green smoothie with besan chilla

Seasonal fruit

Multigrain pulao with 1 bowl veggies and 1 sweet

Roasted seeds with golden milk

Daliya soup with veggies

Tues

Vegetable poha

Seasonal fruit

Ragi chapati with 1 bowl green veggies and dahi

Energy bar

Herbal Tea

Pumpkin, tomato and carrot soup

Wed

Green detox smoothie

Seasonal fruit with coconut water

1.5 bowl fruit salad

Fruit or any vegetable

Tulsi green tea

1.5 bowl veggies stew

Thru

Stuffed ragi chilla with veggies

Seasonal fruit

Quinoa vegetable khichadi with 1 glass buttermilk

Roasted makhana

Moon milk

Crsipy sautéed veggies with dal soup

Fri

Palak parantha with 1 bowl curd

Seasonal fruit

Buddha bowl

Cocoa milk

Roasted seeds with herbal tea

Salad with steamed veggies and tomato soup

Sat

Veggies upma

Seasonal fruit

Dosa stuffed with veggies and 1 bowl sambhar

Chickpea chat

Herbal tea

Veg quinoa bowl

Sun

Paneer parantha

Seasonal fruit

Treat meal

Energy bar

Herbal tea

Vegetable dal soup

Tips to follow with diet plan

  • Portion control is the key to maintain or even lose weight during the festival season
  • Don’t ignore the evening hunger pangs
  • You can continue following intermittent fasting
  • Don’t stop working out, 15-20 mins session can help you stay on track
  • You can consume one outside meal every week
  • Finish your dinner 2-3 hours before bed time
  • Have a herbal tea post dinner to improve digestion
  • Add more spices and herbs to your meal
  • Follow a set routine for eating
  • Enjoy more home cooked sweets and your favorite dishes

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