A client writes...
" Do you have suggestions for meal planning to align with bootcamp? What are your recommendations for healthy eating besides fruit and veg?"
And my response...
Meal planning...so many options.
If you have a specific goal to lose a certain amount of weight in a short period of time, then more specific numbers need to be implemented. Meaning a certain number of calories, certain grams or protein, etc..
Here's a link to Precision Nutrition. I've been reading their stuff for as long as I've been a trainer. You can dig deeper into various topics there...https://www.precisionnutrition.com/nutrition-guide-best-diet
Basically, it comes down to eating as natural as possible, meaning least processed meats/fish, vegetables, fruits, seeds, and healthy oils and fats.
And recording (notebook, etc.) what works best for you. Note what you ate, and how you slept/felt/train.
Try the different "diets" and see where you best perform. Don't let someone else tell you their miracle program is the best...or that it is best for you.
Couple books I've been reading lately...
The Longevity Diet, https://amzn.to/2EOV9tP
Wired to Eat, https://amzn.to/2EOV9tP
And one of the doc's I like Dr Rhonda Patrick...https://www.youtube.com/user/FoundMyFitness/videos
Not a simple answer, but I hope it helps.