The percentage of vegetarians in Nigeria is on the rise daily as many want to eat healthy. Being a vegetarian in Nigeria may be difficult because of the available food here.
We have found a way to tailor our food in Nigeria to fit into a diet plan of a vegetarian. This vegetarian diet food meal plan is based on a 1200-1500 calorie per day goal and is suitable for all gender and ages.
Keeping off meat and other animal-based products does not entail deficiency of protein or any other nutrient as such nutrients can easily be found in other foods like those listed below.
This post will show you a proper diet plan for a vegan or vegetarian. Have a look.
Breakfast- Smoothie (any fruit you want)
Lunch- Moimoi with cucumber and tomato salad
Dinner- Jollof rice With steamed spinach
Breakfast- Wholewheat bread with jam and tea.
Lunch- Water leaf soup and Eba
Dinner- Roasted vegetables and boiled potatoes with tomato stew.
Breakfast- Fruit Salad
Lunch- Wholewheat wrap with vegetables
Dinner- Boiled plantain and efo riro (vegetable soup)
Breakfast- Oats with nut milk
Lunch- Amala and Ewedu
Dinner- Yam with mushroom pepper soup
Breakfast- Wholewheat bread and tea.
Lunch- Fufu, okro stew with chopped mushroom
Dinner- Steamed rice with vegetable curry
Breakfast- Coconut yoghurt
Lunch- brown beans stew with saute ugwu
Dinner- Roasted corn and mixed green salad
Breakfast- Pap and moi moi
Lunch- Semolina swallow and Egusi
Dinner- Pumpkin soup with salad.