Something for Everyone Complete Meal Review–Paleo Inspired Meal Plan









Product Description:

6 bacon wrapped pork chops 7 oz each

4 top sirloin steaks 6 oz each

4 chicken breasts 7 oz each

32 oz baked potatoes casserole

1 New York cheesecake

Price: $139.75

Best Place to Buy: Amazon Fresh

My Rating: 9.5 out of 10


Something for Everyone Complete Meal Plan Overview


A paleo diet typically includes lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds –foods that in the past could be obtained by hunting and gathering. A paleo diet limits foods that became common when farming emerged about 10,000 years ago. These foods include dairy products, legumes and grains.

Something for Everyone Complete Meal Plan is made up mainly of 14 meals + potatoes casserole and cheesecake focusing on lean meats: pork chops, sirloin steaks and chicken breasts.


Lean meats are meats with relatively low fat content and therefore a lower calorie content. Lean meat is generally regarded as a safe source of protein

Skinless chicken, turkey, and red meat such as beef top sirloin and pork chops with the fat trimmed off are examples of lean meat.

Lean meats as, previously mentioned, are a good source of protein and have fewer calories than non-lean meat. If you are interested in following low calorie and low fat diets, Something for Everyone Complete Meal plan is ideal for you

Poultry is a good source of selenium, vitamins B3 and B6 and choline

Selenium has antioxidants properties which help  prevent free radicals from damaging cells. Selenium also helps the immune system. Vitamins B3·and B6 help the body to convert carbohydrate into glucose

Vitamin B, also called niacin, helps with production of stress and sex hormones. Choline helps with nerve function and can reduce inflammation

3-ounce cooked serving: Calories Total Fat
Fat (g)
Skinless chicken breast* 139 3.1 0.9 73
Pork rib chop* 153 6.2 1.8 72
Beef top sirloin* 162 8 2.2 76

*Source: American Meat Science Association

To help consumers find cuts of lean beef, the American Meat Science Association developed 29 cuts of lean beef as a quick reference guide. The 29 cuts included skinless chicken breasts and skinless chicken thighs on how much saturated fat and total fat each cut contains (see above table).

Located in the upper side area of a cow, which is commonly void of fat, sirloin steak is considered one of the leanest cut of beef.


Sirloin has a moderate amount of total fat, and little saturated fat (bad cholesterol). A typical 3- ounce serving (see above table) contains 8 grams of total fat of which 2.2 grams are saturated. In comparison 3 ounces of T-bone steak contains 14 grams, which is almost double.

The recommended daily intake of saturated fat is less than 7 percent of total calories. Based on a 2,000- calorie diet, this is less fewer than 14 grams.

Protein and Carbohydrates

Meat is low in carbs, but high in proteins. This makes it a good option in a low-carb diet plan. A 3-ounce portion of sirloin steak has no carbs and 25 grams of protein. Sirloin contains all the essential amino acids, which makes it a complete protein. A 3-ounce serving has 160 calories

This macronutrient is important for cell rebuilding, immune function and muscle growth. Protein also has a satiating effect, making you feel full for a longer period of time, which is beneficial if you are watching your waist.


The calorie content of a food is determined by the amount of fat, carbs, and protein it contains.

All of the calories in sirloin steak comes from protein and fat. Marinating the steak in a sweet sauce will add calories to the finished dish.

B Vitamins

Animal meats have a generous amount of B vitamins. These help with red blood cell production, nervous system function, protein, metabolism and skin health. Sirloin contains 33 percent of the recommended daily value of niacin, 26 percent of B6 and 26 percent of B12. Prepare a side dish of beans and have a leafy green salad to make a vitamin B-packed meal.


Sirloin steak has multiple minerals that have different functions in the body. A 3-ounce serving contains 39 percent of the daily intake of selenium, 30 percent of zinc and 19 percent of phosphorus.

Selenium boost the immune system and is important for thyroid function. Zinc is also an immune booster and it additionally helps with wound healing and cell production. Phosphorus works in concert with calcium to strengthen bones and teeth and it also helps filter waste through the kidneys.

A final benefit of this meal plan is the price. At $9.98 per meal is a  bargain, compared with what you can get at a restaurant or public place, excluding baked potatoes casserole and a cheesecake.

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