Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’s Jen Shah will be served a heart-healthy diet, according to the Bureau of Prisons Women’s National Menu, at the all-female prison, FPC Bryan, where she will serve her 6.5-year sentence for fraud. Her breakfast will consist of an individual oatmeal packet, one breakfast cake, and fruit, while her lunch will be a breaded fish taco with a slew of sides or baked fish and hummus as an alternate option. Her dinner will include a chicken cheese steak sandwich or three-bean salad, and a whole wheat hot dog bun without the sausage.
Real Housewives of Salt Lake City alum Jen Shah will be served meals including a breakfast bag with oatmeal and fruit, a breaded fish taco for lunch, and a chicken cheese steak sandwich or three-bean salad for dinner on her first day in prison.
On Friday, the convicted fraudster and former Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah will begin her 6.5-year sentence at the all-female Texas prison called FPC Bryan. The representatives of the prison have revealed the detail of Shah’s meal schedule, stating that she will be following the Bureau of Prisons Women’s National Menu for a heart-healthy diet.
Shah’s first-day meal schedule includes a brown bag breakfast consisting of an individual oatmeal packet, one breakfast cake, fruit, and two packs of jelly to spread on wheat bread. For lunch, Shah will be served a breaded fish taco with a slew of sides like slaw, rice, and pinto beans. If she’s not in the mood for tacos, Shah’s alternate option for lunch is baked fish and hummus. Her dinner will be a chicken cheese steak sandwich, or three-bean salad, and a side of Italian pasta salad and carrots. To complete her balanced dinner, she will receive a whole-wheat hot dog bun without the sausage.
Although it is clear that Shah will not be receiving her meals on fancy china plates, the FPC Bryan Food Service Department follows the Women’s National Menu, which is designed for a heart-healthy diet. This menu includes foods that contain low amounts of salt, sugar, and fat, and high amounts of fiber, protein, and whole grains.
As Shah starts her life in prison, she can expect to receive meals that offer a perfect balance of essential nutrients. The fact that her meals follow a heart-healthy diet may also positively impact her overall health and well-being in the long run.