Welcome to the free vegan custom fitness meal planner. This software will plan out healthy meals with the proper portion sizes to help you achieve your fitness goals in the minimum possible time. You can bulk, cut, or just maintain your weight with a very simple and healthy nutritional plan. This meal planner is for those who are serious about their health and nutrition - athletes, bodybuilders, models, and weekend warriors alike. The entire meal planning process can be done in less that 2 minutes and best of all, there are no accounts to set up or passwords to remember. When you are done planning your meal you get a link to your personal meal plan that you can forward to others. To get started, answer these quick eight questions to establish your metabolic rate and goal of your meal plan, then click on the button to plan your meals:
Step 1: Enter Your Gender
Step 2: Enter Your Weight
Step 3: Enter Your Height
Step 4: Enter Your Age
Step 5: Number Meals/Day
Step 6: Goal
Step 7: Nutrition Type (help?)
Step 8: Amount of Cardio

To help you decide which nutrition type is best for your goals, here is a description of nutrition types in this free custom fitness meal planner.

Vegan nutrition means that none of the foods may come from animals - period. That means no milk, no eggs, no caviar, no nothing. If it touched an animal, its not vegan. In my opinion, vegans are at a significant disadvantage when it comes to adding muscle mass. Although you can consume sufficient grams of protein from plant sources like legumes(beans), soy, peas, and rice, the problem is that you need to derate the protein because of digestability and quality. Vegan nutrition can be very, very healthy but like everything, the devil is in the details. There are vegans who are clinically obese because they eat potato chips, french fries, and cookies all day long. On the other hand, there are health based vegans like Dr McDougall and his followers who believe in only eating unprocessed legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. In my opinion, it doesnt get much healthier nutrition than that. Its not optimal for bodybuilding but its sure healthy. Vegans will hate me for saying this but vegan is a bit like paleo without the meat. I suppose that because vegan came centuries before paleo that it would be much fairer to say that paleo is vegan + meat. :)