Meal Plan for a Pesce-Pollotarian
A pesce-pollotarian (aka a pesce-pollovegetarian) is someone who will not eat the flesh of any mammals, but does include chicken, turkey and other poultry as well as fish and other types of seafood in their diet. They therefore solely exclude red meat and only consume white meat. They may or may not also exclude other animal products like eggs and dairy products from their diet. Reasons for exclusion vary from taste preference to ethical issues.
The following example meal plan has been designed for a pesce-pollotarian who chooses to include all poultry, fish, seafood, milk, dairy products and eggs. It is nutritionally balanced for weight maintenance.
Like all plans, it is merely an example and needs to be adapted to suit an individual's own lifestyle, daily routine and nutritional requirements. Use this to give you an idea of what are suitable healthy nutritious pesce-pollotarian foods to include, but don't forget to vary your food choices and to drink plenty of water through the day.
High fibre cereal (like Weetabix, bran flakes, Shreddies, muesli, porridge, etc) + 200ml skimmed milk + 1 tsp sugar
200ml fruit juice
Sandwich: 2 slices granary bread
+ chicken / turkey slices / low fat cheese / cottage cheese / quark
/ egg + low fat mayonnaise low fat cheese / tuna + low fat natural yoghurt / prawns + low fat mayonnaise
Low fat, low sugar yoghurt
Handful mixed nuts / seeds
Chicken breast or
turkey fillet or
salmon steak or
3-4 tblsp basmati rice or
2 cupfuls cooked pasta or
1 medium potato
Loads of veg or
2-3 oatcakes + low fat soft cheese
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