I’ve become just a little addicted to this site. Simply put, you put in the number of calories you want to consume over the number of meals, and it spits out balanced, healthy meal suggestions. You can even tweak it to your personal dietary restrictions and preferences, such as vegetarian, lactose intolerance and so forth. Heck, you can even say opt for breakfast for dinner.
Start by entering the number of calories you want to eat and click “Generate”. If you’re not sure how much you should be eating, click “Not sure?” under the calorie entry box to estimate your nutrition requirements. Keep in mind that everyone’s needs are different and you will likely need to make adjustments to your intake based on your weight progress.
If you don’t like the foods the generator gives you, you can change the foods by clicking the “generator options” button on the right side of the home page. There, you can filter out recipes by their ingredients, prep time, and cook time.
This website is simply a tool for mocking up meal plans, and is in no way a replacement for real medical advice. These are randomly generated diets built with foods from the USDA food database. Though there shouldn’t be anything technically wrong with the meal plans the generator spits out, I am not responsible for anything that may happen to you while using this service. Basically, don’t follow a diet that’s making you feel bad.