Biggest Loser Diet Meal Plan & Recipes

Biggest Loser Diet Meal Plan & Recipes

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Overview of Biggest Loser Diet Meal Plan and Recipes
The Biggest Loser Club is the most popular weight loss reality show on TV. In this show, you get to view the progress of contestant who is trying to achieve their goal with supports from professional nutritionist and fitness experts (including Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels).

Along the way, you also get to see the trials, failures and challenges they experience.
The Biggest Loser Diet program is a 12 week program, including daily meal plans, weekly shopping list and recipes. It’s based on the same diets that helped the contestants to lose weight. However, you may customize the diet to your individual goals and lifestyle according to your health profile.
The typical cost for Biggest Loser Diet program is $250. Needless to say it is pretty expensive for many. The good news is, you do not have to join the program if you understand exactly how Biggest Loser Diet works. The Biggest Loser Diet consists of 3 meals a day. The foods consist of the following: lean meat or proteins, whole grains and cereals, fruits, low fat dairy foods and vegetables. Following show a typical daily diet:

  • Breakfast: 1 fruit, 2 grains, 1 dairy
  • Morning Snack: 1 protein, 1 fruit
  • Lunch: 2 proteins, 2 vegetable, 1 grain, 1 sauce
  • Afternoon: Snack 1 vegetable, 1 Sauce
  • Dinner: 2 proteins, 2 vegetables, 1 grain, 1 sauce
  • Evening Snack: 1 fruit, 1 dairy

What to avoid on Biggest Loser diet? High fat foods, high calories foods, snacks, sugary drinks.

Biggest Loser Diet: Sample Recipes Thanks to the latest book “The Biggest Loser Cookbook”, you can now DIY the Biggest Diet Program at home. The book is written by Chef Devin Alexander. She has wrote hundreds of articles in magazines including Good Morning America, The View, The Biggest Loser, Discovery Health’s National Body Challenge, and HGTV’s Smart Solutions.
It is interesting to note that she used to struggle with weight issue. According to an interview, she said she used to be overweight while she was a teenager. “, I figured out that I could use my cooking talents to recreate my favorite dishes in a healthier way. I’ve now maintained a 55 pound weight loss for over 15 years.”

Biggest Loser Club Diet Recipe #1: Spinach Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing

Biggest Loser Club Diet Recipe #2: Modern Day Mac & Cheese

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