Total Wellbeing Diet

Total Wellbeing Diet

The Total Wellbeing Plan was developed by nutrition scientists in Australia , and is mainly based on high protein, moderate carbohydrate and low fat intakes.

Rich amounts of fruit and veg are included in the diet, as well as the higher protein aspect -plenty of fish, meat, and low fat dairy products – which will help you control any cravings.

The plan is easy to follow and commit to thanks to its wide selection of foods, along with some delicious recipes that will keep your taste buds satisfied.

Pros Cons
  • Improve levels of blood cholesterol
  • Stabilise your blood sugar levels
  • Lower the risk of heart disease and diabetes
  • Weight loss
  • Not for vegetarians
  • High amounts of red meat – increase the risk of bowel cancer
  • No help for maintaining self-belief & motivation
  • No long-term testing carried out – to examine how healthy it is

Daily Meal Plan


Weetabix with almonds and fruit juice


Roast chicken with pitta, pesto & rocket salad


Spiced lamb chops with ratatouille and low-fat yoghurt

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