Nutrition

Scientific research shows that the food we eat is key to our health…and it’s especially true for people dieting, training and those with chronic conditions.

What is Culinary Medicine?

The value of eating healthy for your particular condition or health and fitness goals has taken on such significance that an entirely new academic discipline has been created in the last 35 years called culinary medicine.

Academic Discipline

The value of eating healthy for your particular condition or health and fitness goals has taken on such significance that an entirely new academic discipline has been created in the last 35 years called culinary medicine.
As defined by Population Health Management, culinary medicine is a new evidence-based field in medicine that blends the art of food and cooking with the science of medicine. Think of it as “meals working with you and not against you.”

Defined

As defined by Population Health Management, culinary medicine is a new evidence-based field in medicine that blends the art of food and cooking with the science of medicine. Think of it as “meals working with you and not against you.”
Healthy Meals Supreme takes the science of culinary medicine seriously because we want our meals to help our customers achieve the best possible health results.

Solution

Healthy Meals Supreme takes the science of culinary medicine seriously because we want our meals to help our customers achieve the best possible health results.

NutritionalPedia

HMS Solution

  • There are three important steps we take to incorporate culinary medicine:

    1. The recipes of the meals and the design of the meal programs were created and/or overseen by culinary medicine experts:

    • Healthy Meals Supreme company founder Joe Martinez, who is also a registered pharmacist, diabetic educator and culinary medicine specialist
    • WACS certified Global Master Chef Karl Guggenmos, a senior culinary advisor who also sits on Healthy Meals Supreme’s scientific advisory board.

    Note: Chef Guggenmos consulted on the culinary medicine program established at the Goldring Center of Culinary Medicine at Tulane University Medical School. This program was adopted by more than 35 medical schools across the United States.

    2.  All 80+ of our meals are custom designed to follow the nutritional recommendations of the relevant health organizations.

    3. Our healthy meals follow the food and nutritional recommendations of the Mediterranean and DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diets

    4. Our meals are freshly prepared by our own in house chefs and not frozen.

Nutritional Guidelines for 4 Chronic Conditions:

  • The American Diabetes Association® reviews the latest research looking at what is safe and works well for people at risk or living with diabetes. Studies show there are many different eating patterns that can be helpful in managing diabetes. In the long run, the eating pattern that you can follow and sustain that meets your own diabetes goals will be the best option for you.  

    Eating patterns include: Mediterranean, Vegetarian/Vegan, Low Carbohydrate, or DASH (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension) diets.

    Choose a plan that you are likely to follow long-term that fits your diabetes goals and personal needs. Think about your likes and dislikes and how a change to your eating will affect your day to day life with family and friends as well as your personal weight loss goals. Budget also plays a part in choosing the right healthy eating plan that will meet your needs. 

    • There is not a “one size fits all” eating pattern for people with diabetes. 
    • Many different eating patterns are reasonable for managing diabetes.
  • The American Heart Association® recommends to eat a variety of nutritious foods from all the food groups.  You may be eating plenty of food, but your body may not be getting the nutrients it needs to be healthy. Nutrient-rich foods have minerals, protein, whole grains and other nutrients but are lower in calories. They may help you control your weight, cholesterol and blood pressure.

    Eat an overall healthy dietary pattern that emphasizes:  a variety of fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, skinless poultry and fish, nuts and legumes, and non-tropical vegetable oils.

    Limit saturated fat, trans fat, sodium, red meat, sweets and sugar-sweetened beverages. If you choose to eat red meat, compare labels and select the leanest cuts available.  One of the diets that fits this pattern is the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) eating plan.

    Most healthy eating patterns can be adapted based on calorie requirements and personal and cultural food preferences.

  • The National Kidney Foundation®  diet and nutrition guidelines are an important part of living well with kidney disease.  As your kidney disease progresses, your dietary needs will likely change as well. Be sure to talk with your healthcare practitioner about your individual nutrition needs.

    Most patients in the early stages of kidney disease need to limit the amount of sodium in their diet.  Some patients may be told to limit protein in their diet as well. The DASH diet is often recommended for patients with kidney disease. Be sure to talk with your healthcare provider about your specific nutrition needs.  

  • As per the Alzheimer’s Association, proper nutrition is the key to a healthy body and strong mind.  Poor nutrition may increase behavioral symptoms and cause weight loss and people with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

    The basic nutrition and meal tips below can help the person dealing with dementia and their caregiver, too.

    • Look to eat a balanced diet with a variety of foods; including vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products and lean protein foods.
    • Exercise caution with foods that contain high amounts of saturated fat and cholesterol.  Some fat is necessary for health. So which fatty foods are good and not good?  Decrease the fats that are bad for heart health, such as butter, solid shortening, lard and fatty cuts of meats.
    • Reduce the amount of refined sugars in your diet. These are often found in processed foods, and lack vitamins, minerals and fiber. Sometimes in the later-stages of Alzheimer’s, loss of appetite may become an issue and adding sugar to foods may encourage eating.
    • Limit foods with high sodium and season any foods with less salt.  You can use less salt by using spices or herbs to season food as an alternative.

Nutritional Guidelines for General Health Interests

  • It is best when 40% of your calories come from carbs (4 calories/gram), 30% from fat (9 calories/gram) and 30% from protein (4 calories/gram).  Here are three reasons why:

    1. This balanced 40-30-30 nutrition plan promotes a slow glycemic response, which helps keep your blood sugar levels in a normal range. It may even keep you from having those “hangry” outbursts!
    2. Because it’s designed for slow, controlled digestion, it helps satisfy your hunger with steady, sustained energy that lasts long after your last bite.
    3. And to complete the trifecta of this nutritional superstar, the quality protein supports muscle recovery and your active, on-the-go lifestyle, so you get the most out of every day.
  • The Mediterranean diet has long been recognized as one of the healthiest and most delicious ways to eat. Eating a Mediterranean diet can help your heart stay healthy and reduce your risk of obesity. The core concept behind this healthy diet is to eat like the people who live in the Mediterranean region.

    Fill your plate with fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy fats, whole grains, legumes and fish and enjoy moderate amounts of red wine. 

  • The original intention of the DASH Diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) was to help lower high blood pressure (or hypertension), which research shows it does well.

    But even if you don’t have high blood pressure, you might benefit from trying the DASH Diet, as research also shows it promotes weight loss and combats diabetes, all while being easy to follow and nutritious.

    The focus of the DASH Diet is more about what you can eat, rather than cutting foods out (like many trendy diets do these days). The basic idea is to load up on fruits and veggies, choose whole grains over refined, include calcium-rich low-fat dairy items, and eat modest amounts of lean meat and fish.

    Eat a foundation of 1000 calories/day plus snacks, mid-morning, mid-afternoon and evening.

Density Diet Nutritional Recommendations

  • Calorie-dense foods, also called energy-dense foods, contain high levels of calories per serving.

    Although some may be sources of nutrients, they need only to contain many calories in relation to volume to be considered calorie-dense.

    Some of these foods are contain “empty calories,” in that they provide energy from calories without other significant nutritional value.

    Calorie-dense foods have their place in some diets, particularly those of people who must gain weight or maintain weight in spite of very active energy schedules.

    However, most healthy people should proceed with caution and consul their healthcare professional about calorie-dense foods and beverages.

  • Nutrient-dense foods contain high levels of nutrients, such as protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals, but with few calories.

    These foods provide the most bang for your nutritional buck.

    They are high-quality and generally are minimally processed.

    Nutrient-dense foods play an important role in most diets, offering a variety of important properties per serving.

Meal Plan Nutritional Information Daily Averages

Simply Healthy

  • Simply Healthy Meal Plan Week 1 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total975319.402916414311234214226538510200181881717628
    Breakfast284113.5035534143140410162500811111008
    Lunch326102.8027485284349561823005523038.8116
    Dinner3651030266348949375530375102004544028.254
  • Simply Healthy Meal Plan Week 2 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total979298028187160810930152373410025185355433
    Breakfast229830347352825392615270084340006
    Lunch34082021575014246692733007432415417
    Dinner41113303056579423568313400933253009
  • Simply Healthy Meal Plan Week 3 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9893190302301580101371218773381331118666370426
    Breakfast27412404085471263547162600871134008
    Lunch32093025735493437572737004521350012
    Dinner395102024725604139443437813311542367045
  • Simply Healthy Meal Plan Week 4 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9973180302241631104371226783351020022396879254
    Breakfast2298303473528253926152700843400026
    Lunch29293028855572531382841004322910021
    Dinner4761330276654654416113532510200964356927

Fitness

  • Simply Healthy Meal Plan Week 1 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total975319.402916414311234214226538510200181881717628
    Breakfast284113.5035534143140410162500811111008
    Lunch326102.8027485284349561823005523038.8116
    Dinner3651030266348949375530375102004544028.254
  • Fitness Meal Plan Week 2 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total1075361003015414371204116237329002521163554933
    Breakfast229720273546230463915270076540006
    Lunch372113027624534240772932006533045513
    Dinner47418403657522483677302700111329104514
  • Fitness Meal Plan Week 3 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total999339031200154799361319773381331123266200458
    Breakfast26910303550421273748172800791126009
    Lunch31082025815713035572941004521370012
    Dinner42014303269555423745313181331110723560436
  • Fitness Meal Plan Week 4 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total979318029211149297361025783551020021396309453
    Breakfast2267202736438264138173200684690023
    Lunch29893027995022531282941003522680017
    Dinner45516303376553463659333151020011032939413

Diet / Weight Loss

  • Diet / Weight Loss Meal Plan Week 1 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total98034120322231535113381318692951020019567859137
    Breakfast274124040854712635471626008711340013
    Lunch326103027485284349561823005523039116
    Dinner380125029905364431443540510200523347008
  • Diet / Weight Loss Meal Plan Week 2 - Daily Averages

    Meal PlanCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9703110031213161910539151971310026374549543
    Breakfast229830347352825392615270084340006
    Lunch342103027555314042772531008032449512
    Dinner399134030855604035663133009911700025
  • Diet / Weight Loss Meal Plan Week 3 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9773510033241163289341219763340615522955450459
    Breakfast27412404085471263547162600871134009
    Lunch32093027855923033473040004121420017
    Dinner38314303372569333344303440615510122680433
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total946361103424118188433925723351020024375710465
    Breakfast2298303473528253926152700843400026
    Lunch29293028855572531382841004322910021
    Dinner425195041847333429411293051020011632400418

Alzheimers/Dementia

  • Alzheimers / Dementia Meal Plan for Week 1

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total100030702813913201304217236929510200181890917629
    Breakfast26792031353843040511182900691126009
    Lunch34811303056463424465212500532361929
    Dinner3841010244847358436730345102005954228511
  • Recipe NameCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total103034902914914711174117247129002671055095030
    Breakfast229720273546230463915270076540006
    Lunch342103027555314042772531008032449512
    Dinner45917403458478483678312900110326604512
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9863390312211436100371222713181331121865710087
    Breakfast2731030357043429384101727007711340012
    Lunch30282026924622833472840004021110017
    Dinner41115303360540434035262781331110123250058
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9863390312211436100371222713181331121865710087
    Breakfast2731030357043429384101727007711340012
    Lunch30282026924622833472840004021110017
    Dinner41115303360540434035262781331110123250058

Diabetes

  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total97433100312081517117401420682951020019978059138
    Breakfast274124040854712635471626008711340013
    Lunch326103027485284349561823005523039116
    Dinner3741130267551848355633395102005643670010
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total104537100321861581113391620702900275957495032
    Breakfast229830347352825392615270084340006
    Lunch342103027555314042772531008032449512
    Dinner47418403657522483677302700111329104514
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9883510033238158692341219763381331122956250460
    Breakfast27412404085471263547162600871134009
    Lunch32093027855923033473040004121420017
    Dinner39314303369523363545303281331110123490434
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total952339032238168492351025733351020022075899463
    Breakfast2298303473528253926152700843400026
    Lunch29293028855572531382841004322910021
    Dinner43116403580599413541030305102009332589416

Geriatric

  • Geriatric Meal Plan Week 1 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total97631902916713021224215196629510200179888317623
    Breakfast26293031483503245581424008111200010
    Lunch34811303056463424465212500532361929
    Dinner365103026634894937553137510200454402854
  • Geriatric Meal Plan Week 2 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total101833902915115501144217237029002651049795032
    Breakfast229720273546230463915270076540006
    Lunch342103027555314042772531008032449512
    Dinner44717403460556453577303000109321404514
  • Geriatric Meal Plan Week 3 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total99935100322261417106401220662881331123165720082
    Breakfast26811403583400304348132100891128009
    Lunch320103028834773337472736004121180015
    Dinner41115303360540434035262781331110123250058
  • Geriatric Meal Plan Week 4 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9663290312221475973611247332510200199105809242
    Breakfast2248303263482254028152800764400015
    Lunch288103032964832228352740003322600019
    Dinner4531430306451050405103029510200904280928

Heart

  • Heart Meal Plan Week 1 Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total95427602612613461304616246328510200173887517630
    Breakfast26982028293473447512162500691150009
    Lunch326103027485284349561823005523039116
    Dinner35991023484715341572936510200495422856
  • Heart Meal Plan Week 2 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total1001318029198156411241152272300025785705440
    Breakfast229830347352825392615270084340006
    Lunch34082021575014246692733007432415417
    Dinner432153032685354436673031009922890017
  • Heart Meal Plan Week 3 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total10083390302111512102371220763381331119556020459
    Breakfast26910303550421273748172800791126009
    Lunch320103029955202932482939003721250020
    Dinner4191230286757146414430318133117923500429
  • Heart Meal Plan Week 4 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9743180312221595101371125733251020021896119255
    Breakfast2298303473528253926152700843400026
    Lunch29293028855572531382841004322910021
    Dinner4531430306451050405103029510200904280928

Kidney

  • Kidney Meal Plan Week 1 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total989341003219416041104114196527510200195874517639
    Breakfast274124040854712635471626008711340013
    Lunch326103027485284349561823005523039116
    Dinner3891230286160541385630345102005253088510
  • Kidney Meal Plan Week 2 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total1000351103218516701073916196929002878363134931
    Breakfast229830347352825392615270084340006
    Lunch3291030304357637408624300088317913512
    Dinner44216503368566453767303000116214404513
  • Kidney Meal Plan Week 3 - Daily Averages

    Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Total9823510033228160294351319713240615525054460481
    Breakfast27412404085471263547162600871134009
    Lunch32093025735493437572737004521350012
    Dinner38715303571582353345283240615511821760460
  • Meal TypeCaloriesFat (g)Saturated Fat (g)Trans Fat (g)% Calories from FatCholesterol (mg)Sodium (mg)Carbohydrates (g)% Calories from CarbohydratesDietary Fiber (g)Sugars (g)Protein (g)% Calories from ProteinOmega-3 (g)Omega-6 (g)Calcium (mg)Iron (mg)Potassium (mg)Vit-K1 Phylloquinone(mcg)Phosphorus (mg)Vit-C (mg)
    Breakfast2298303473528253926152700843400026
    Lunch31293028905982833392939004122490019
    Dinner4861740326768155435143025009242009417
    Total1027349031230180710838112974310021694899462