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Biggest Loser Recipes PLR Ebook

Biggest Loser Recipes PLR Ebook
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Many Biggest Loser contestants come to the ranch from a steady diet of fast food laden with salt, fat, and tons of calories. At the ranch, they learn to love and appreciate the taste of clean eating--fresh veggies and fruit, whole grains, and lean protein. To help you reach your weight loss goals, we created this printable reference guide with the Biggest Loser healthy eating rules, expert tips, plus delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Losing weight never tasted so good!

1 Serving of Extras

You’re allotted 200 calories a day for healthy fats and condiments. Spend these calories on smart choices like olive oil or avocado.

2 Servings of Whole Grains

Whole grains undergo very little processing, so they retain nutrients. Buy breads with at least 2 g of fiber per serving and cereals with at least 5 g.

3 Servings of Protein Foods

Choose from three types of protein: animal, vegetarian, and low-fat or fat-free dairy. Aim for a serving at meals and half a serving with snacks.

4 Servings of Fruits and Vegetables

At least half of your servings should be veggies, the rest fruits. Eat a salad most days and enjoy at least one fruit and one veggie daily.


1. Keep precut vegetables such as bell peppers, celery, broccoli, and jicama in your fridge for easy snacking at home or work.

2. Limit starchier vegetables such as pumpkin, winter squash, and sweet potatoes to one or two servings per week since they are higher in calories and carbs.

3. Eat fruit for dessert! Many Biggest Losers who have a sweet tooth use this strategy to curb their cravings.

4. Choose whole fruit rather than fruit juices. Fruit juice contains less fiber, so it’s not as filling as whole fruit. When you do choose juice, remember that a serving size is 4 ounces (1?2 cup).

5. Read the label when choosing bread products. If it says “enriched,” the product probably contains white flour—meaning it’s low in fiber and nutrition.

6. Choose cereals with fewer than 5 grams of sugar and at least 5 grams of fiber per serving.

7. Choose lean cuts of meat, such as pork tenderloin and beef round, chuck, sirloin, or tenderloin. USDA Choice or USDA Select grades of beef usually have lower fat content.

8. Ask for white meat when buying ground chicken or turkey.

9. Eat seafood rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as herring, mackerel, salmon, sardines (water packed), trout, and tuna.

10. Try meals with vegetarian proteins including beans, nuts, seeds, tofu, and edamame.

11. Choose olive oil, canola oil, flaxseed oil, or walnut oil for salads, cooking, and baking.

12. When adding fat to a sandwich, use reduced-fat mayonnaise or a little mashed avocado.