Ok thanks so I have a plan:
Breakfast: 2 whole meal slices of bread with peanut butter
295kcal, 6g protein
Lunch: kidney beans, light choice baked beans and wheat gluten
880kcal, 71g protein
Dinner: Baked beans and wheat gluten
620kcal, 55g protein
Snacks: apple, banana or/and satsuma
Total calorie intake 2000
1 hour cardio with 1 hour weights 6 times a week, Sunday off.
Will that work?
Thanks for you advice
So you would be taking in around 132g of protein a day, which is on the high end of the range I mentioned. That higher end is really for elite athletes who are involved in heavy training or bodybuilders carrying a lot of muscle mass. I do not think you need that much protein, especially if you are wanting to lose weight. Too much protein results in more calories making weight loss harder. I would recommend trying to stay on the lower end of the range I suggested which would cut your protein intake almost in half from what you have listed here.
And your diet here still has no vegetables in it, you did increase the fruit a little. I would replace whatever protein foods you choose to remove with vegetables. This may also reduce your total calorie intake(depending on how many vegetables you eat) but it will certainly raise your phytonutrients/vitamins/minerals intake and be generally healthier for you.