(I have no idea what that last thing is, but I think that isn't too bad although I'd prefer perhaps something like Whole-grain Cereal, and maybe some Egg Whites, or a bit of Chicken perhaps. I don't think P B's should be used as a main meal, though I don't really condone, or condem their use.)
Morning Snack -
(This is too low calorie, and might have more Saturates in than needs be. You could change this for Low Fat Cheese, as that's Protein rich, even about 80g, has some good Fat, a bit of Saturate, and around 20g Protein, 100g, is about 26g Protein. Then just add stuff in like Whole-grain Bread, and Tomato say, as a Carb booster, or have some kind of Chicken or Turkey sandwhich perhaps, with things like Lettuce, Tomato, Cucumber if you wish, but those calories are too low.
Could add a few nuts for Fats, but be aware of Cashews as they contain Carbs, so factor that in if you go for a Nut inclusion.)
Turkey & provolone sandwich on wheat bread
(I'd switch this again for Low Fat Cheese, again you can go with the Sandwhich option, or go for Turkey / Chicken and Veggies, may be abit of Pasta for Carbs or reduce the Turkey or Chicken and add some Protein back, with Carbs too from things like Rice, Beans, Peas or Lentils as examples.
Could have a Fish option if you're able, but not Tuna, except every 2-3 days max. the Mercury content isn't great)
Afternoon Snack -
(Don't need Fruit here. Some Fruit Fructose converts to Fat in the Liver, and you'd be better off with other Carb sources, like Veggies, Whole-grain etc etc. Alternatively Rice has Carbs and a bit of Protein, then boost up Protein with a main source.)
2 slices thin crust pizza
Glass of milk
(That's not really doing you favours the Pizza. You can get around the problem though, by using some Wholegrain Bread, putting Low Fat Cheese on it, and adding other stuff like Mushrooms, Tomato, Ham, and grilling it. Lower in Fat, better way to cook it.
Also of course you have options like Lean Meat, Fish, Soy occasionally, Lean Poultry, doubled up with Pasta sometimes or Veggies for Carbs, or reduce the Protein and Carb options a bit, and add the Rice, Peas, Beans or Lentils options in as well, so you're getting in that second example, a main Protein source, a main Carb source, and a combi source to boost both.)
You could also have another small meal aout 2 hours after this one. Just a small amount of Protein and Carbs, possibly a small portion of baked Beans, or some slices of Turkey, and Raw Carrot perhaps, and could have some Nut options as well maybe, so a possible thought for you.)
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