Here’s How to Lose Five Pounds in March

Appetite for Health Monthly Meal PlanHere’s How to Lose 5 Pounds in March!

It’s March!  And by our calculations, that means you have exactly 88 days until it’s the official bathing suit season.  That means it’s time for our Mix-n-Match Meal Plan designed to help you lose 5 pounds a month.

So why not use March 1 as your time to peel off pounds and start adopting the new habits that will make you lean for life.

If you gained a few pounds and feel depressed about your weight, we can help.  Appetite for Health’s Monthly Meal Plans tell you exactly what to eat for your meals and snacks every day to ensure that you’ll lose at least 5 pounds each month.

Our Mix-n-Match meal plan is simple. Just follow each day as we recommend or you can mix-n-match breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as there are all about 400 calories each. We’ve even included weekly grocery lists so you’ll know exactly what to buy when you shop.  Plus plans can be adjusted for calorie needs ranging from 1200 – 1800 per day.

If you’re petite or don’t get a lot of exercise, you’ll want to eat 1200 or 1400 calories a day and if you’re very active or tall, start with 1600 or 1800 calories a day.

The meal plans are designed to keep energy up and hunger down by using real foods and a balanced combination of complex carbohydrates, lean proteins and healthy fats. Order yours here!  It’s free with the purchase of our new book The Real Skinny: Appetite for Health’s 101 Fat Habits & Slim Solutions.

Check out a sample day:


½ cup lowfat cottage cheese mixed with ¼ cup Grape-Nuts and 1 cup fresh berries 


1 cup fresh grapes and 1 full Graham cracker (4 squares) with 2 tsp nut butter


Asian chicken salad: 3 oz cooked chicken breast, sliced served over salad of shredded cabbage, bean sprouts, carrots, bell pepper, bamboo shoots, and 10 chopped cashews. Prepare Asian dressing with 2 tsp sesame oil and rice vinegar and light soy sauce


12 oz nonfat soy latte or 6 oz yogurt


3 oz grilled or baked fish 1 small baked regular or sweet potato with ¼ cup Greek yogurt Cooked veggies with 2 tsp olive oil 2 whole wheat Fig Bars or 1 Larabar




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