As the Total Wellbeing Diet focuses on achieving optimum nutrition from a variety of whole-foods (including meat), we do not currently have a vegetarian meal plan available. Our program can definitely be adjusted for vegetarian eating patterns and below are the tips to best achieve this!
As a vegetarian you can use our vegetarian meal swaps. Simply use the arrows that appear next to the meal name within your menu plan. This will open a new window, in which the available swaps will be displayed. Once you are happy with your selection, then select 'swap this meal', either for this instance only, or for every occurrence that week. This will then amend your weeks menu plan, and shopping list to include the new ingredients.
You can also definitely substitute lentils and other forms of vegetarian sources of protein for the animal proteins. If you wish to substitute non-meat protein, we would suggest eating 200 g tofu or 260 g cooked chickpeas, beans or lentils instead of 200 g meat fish or chicken or 2 eggs for 1 unit of protein.
You can access our vegetarian recipes through our recipe index here: https://my.totalwellbeingdiet.com/food/recipes.html
You can search vegetarian recipes (serve more than 1) in our food search. Simply type 'Vegetarian recipe' here: https://my.totalwellbeingdiet.com/resources
You can search for vegetarian meals (serve 1) in the Food & Exercise Diary. Simply click 'Add food or exercise' > type 'Vegetarian meal' > click through the meals available (some will be pre-bought meals and not those developed by our team). If it states '1 serving' and the ingredients are listed, click the title of it (bold) > click 'View Nutrition Information' > click 'Show original meal details and preparation instructions'.
Note: we have 150 vegetarian recipes available in our database.