Are you a busy person?
Do you need something fast and efficient?
Are you watching the amount of calories you eat?
If you answer yes to all three questions, then you may try these simple meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
In the morning, you have 2 slices of Wonder enriched white bread, 10 layers of cabbage leaves, 1 whole medium-size beefsteak tomato, and an 8-ounce cup of municipal tap water. That gives you a total of 205 calories. Between morning and noon, you have a medium-sized banana, which is 105 calories, and 15 pieces of dry roasted salted peanuts, which are totally 90 calories. So, the entire morning meal gives you 400 calories.
At noon, you eat at work or school with a self-prepared lunch from home. The lunch consists of a salad of 1/3 of a bunch of spinach (spinach is often sold in "bunches"), 1 whole medium-size beefsteak tomato, 1/2 of a red onion, and 1 whole avocado. That gives you a total of 463 calories. On the side, you drink an 8-ounce cup of municipal tap water. Between noon and evening, you have 1 large-size Fuji apple, which is 109 calories. So, the entire afternoon meal gives you 572 calories.
In the evening, you come home from work or school. The dinner consists of a baked and peeled large-size Russet potato, a baked chicken drumstick, a cup of steamed green beans, and an 8-ounce cup of municipal tap water. That gives you a total of 378 calories. For dessert, you have 1 large-size Fuji apple, which is 109 calories. So, the entire evening meal gives you 487 calories.
For the entire day, you have eaten about 1,459 food calories. That is a decent amount, if you are a young adult, office-worker female trying to lose weight and eat well. If you are a male counterpart, then you should increase your portion sizes.