Eat To Live 6 week plan. It keeps me satiated all day long with no cravings! :-) => 453 grams raw non-starchy veggies (1 lb.) => 453 grams cooked non-starchy veggies (1 lb.) => 4 fruit => 1 cup beans =< 1 cup starches = 1 oz. nuts/seeds = 1 T flaxseed
Beans, they are very healthy and a good source of calcium, folate, iron, fiber and protein. I know beans usually takes a long time to cook, but there is a product that only takes 30 minutes to cook and tastes great! Try the website http://grandmamauds.elsstore.com/. I think you will be very pleased if you are looking for a healthy, quick and delicious meal.
Metabolism for each person is different. No single meal will suddenly alter your general metabolism.
All organic: My breakfast is oatmeal (made in weekly batches) with chopped apple and pear, freshly ground flax seed (around a tablespoon) and a tablespoon of coconut oil.
Lunch and dinner are typically the same. I mix dandilion leaves, red and green lettuce, dino kale, tomato, half a beat, cabbage, a few carrots, white carrot (parsnip), celery, a whole lemon juiced with pulp, a baked potato, ground flax seed, flax seed oil with either yogurt quark or cottage cheese (see budwig), 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, 10 or so apricot kernels and probably a handful of other ingredients I am failing to recall. Sometimes I make Hippocrates soup, I also make 2-6 freshly pressed juice (using a norwalk juicer, but a champion grinder with a manual juice press is cheaper and yields better juice, but is more work).
This kind of lifestyle is radically different that what you find a majority of people living, but it is wildly good for you and I stay full as I always have the option of eating fruits and vegetables without much effort involved.
PROTEIN! PROTEIN! PROTEIN! you can get protein from meat such as tofu, tilapia, and other fish. chicken is also a great choice...No fried chicken though haha. the recommended serving size is 4 ounces of meat. Milk.. Eggs...umm.. fiber also fills you up and fruits and veggies! (: