#MealPrepMonday – 1800 Calorie Keto Meal Plan #8

1800 Calories to sink your teeth into

Welcome to episode 8 of my Keto #MealPrepMonday series. Today I’m giving you an 1800 calorie Keto meal plan. Everyone has a different calorie requirements. Most of my earlier plans are around the 1200-1500 range which is what is the average for most people. But it’s not the same for all people. So for those who require a slightly higher amount of calories, this meal plan should do the trick. Of course you can always customize this plan to your own calorie requirements by increasing or decreasing the serving sizes.

Before you take on this plan I would strongly recommend that you watch my Keto 101 series on Youtube and understand Keto. Learn how to calculate your macros, understand calorie logging and just get well acquainted with Keto.

Just eat it!

I don’t have too many tips and tricks to share when it comes to this meal plan. Just a couple. For vegetarians it’s a simple substitution of paneer for the meat in the recipes. So you will have paneer instead of chicken for the afternoon salad and you’ll be making a paneer vindaloo. The reason you will use paneer is for that protein. You can also add eggplant to the vindaloo for another nice meaty texture and since the overall meal plan is only 14g net carbs it will be fine to add a few more through veggies.

For breakfast if you think you’ll tire of the brown butter scrambled eggs quickly then you can just use the same ingredients and cook your eggs as you choose. You can fry them up, you can make an omelet. you can boil it and then mix with the butter and eat it. Plenty of different ways. You could even use the mug bread and make a Keto french toast. The world is your oyster, actually it’s your egg.

If you have any questions or comments. Leave them below and I’ll get back to you.

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1800 Calorie Keto Meal PlanEasy links to the recipes

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Note: You can adjust the calories in all these meal plans to suit your own requirements by increasing or decreasing the serving size. You can also add other dishes that you like to make them even more varied and give you more options.

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  1. Hey, thanks a lot for sharing this meal plan! As feedback, I’d like to point that 88g of protein per day is not enough for the average person. I’d suggest more protein/less fat ratio.

    1. Actually it’s more than sufficient. Look it up. The DRI (Dietary Reference Intake) is 0.36 grams of protein per pound (0.8 grams per kg) of body weight. This amounts to: 56 grams per day for the average sedentary man. 46 grams per day for the average sedentary woman.

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