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About “Focus t25 Get it done Nutrition”
The Goal of Focus t25?
It is GET IT DONE.
The Get It Done Nutrition Guide shows you how to make smart, healthy choices so you get it done, and see results.
Remember, Everybody is different, so if you have any unique or special medical needs or conditions, such as food allergies, dietary restrictions or if you are pregnant or breast feeding, please make sure you consult your medical provider before starting this nutrition plan.
It’s simple. eat smaller portions, 5 times a day.
Eating every few hours is proven to boost your metabolism and regulate blood sugar levels. We recommend eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, and two snacks. We have even provided recipes to choose from.
Take the 4-Step Calorie Quiz
if you are a women, (+1) point
If you are a man, (+2) point2. How much do you weight ?
If it is 130 pounds or less, (+1) point
If it is more than 130 pounds, (+2) points3. How active (outside of Focus T25) are you ?
If you are sedentary, (+1) point
If you are moderately to highly active, (+2) points
4. Add up your points.
If you scored 3 points, eat at the 1,200-Calorie level.
If you scored 4 or more, eat at the 1,600-Calorie level.
Suggested calories per meal:
Here’s an estimate of how many calories you should eat per meal, depending on your target calories for the day. The recipes included here are designed to work for both the 1,200 calorie and 1,600 calorie level.
Your 1,200 Calorie Day
Your 1,600 Calorie Day
These suggestions are just a guide. Do not worry too much. Just do not starve all day, then eat a 1,200-calorie dinner. The idea is to strike a balance.
Your daily calorie totals should include beverages, so be sure to account for that latte you drink between breakfast and your fist snack.