If you’re like the millions of other Americans who have tried The Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan, you’re probably about to start February at least a few pounds of lighter than you were at the beginning of January. That’s great news for your health. Study after study has shown that even small amounts of weight loss can lower your risk of diseases like heart disease and diabetes.
But I don’t want those gains to stop. The Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan showed you that you could lose weight. Now we’ve developed a plan that will pick up where The Total 10 left off. It’s called The Total Choice Plan, and it’s designed to help you continue to lose weight and maintain the losses you’ve already seen this year. I want to take some time to explain how The Total Choice Plan works.
We Make the Recipes
We’ve recruited professionals in the health and nutrition fields to come up with more than 100 recipes for foods that hit a specific calorie count. That means that all of our recipes are good for you and all will help contribute to your weight loss. They include a lot of whole foods and the ingredients are available at your local grocery store. We’ve taken the agony out of figuring out how to make healthy food by giving you a wide range of healthy recipes. All you have to do is follow the directions.
You Choose What You Want to Eat
Most diets ask you to break down your meal into ingredients to figure out how much of each is allowed. That means you have to juggle multiple numbers at once and analyze everything you put in your mouth. Other weight-loss plans require you to buy meals that fit into their plan. We’ve done away with both of these strategies. We’re giving you back the power over your food that you’ve been looking for. Since all of our recipes are healthy and help you lose weight, all you have to do is choose which one you want to make. You can pull up the recipes on my website, pick what you’re craving and take the ingredients list with you to the store.
No More Counting
Most people don’t have a good sense of how many calories they’re eating. Even when they try and count, the math can get tricky and the wide variety of variations on food can trip up even the most careful counters. We’ve replaced that task with a more simple choice: 1200 or 1600 calories a day. You’ll decide which you should be eating based on three factors:
- Age. Young people have faster metabolisms. Those under 35 probably need the 1600-calorie diet; those over 35 should be on the 1200-calorie diet.
- Height. If you’re under 5’5”, you probably need fewer calories and should be on the 1200-calorie diet. If you’re over 5’5”, check out the 1600-calorie diet.
- Activity level. The more active you are, the more calories you need. If you’re very active and exercise most days, you should be eating 1600 calories. If you’re not, try the 1200-calorie plan.
Don’t Go Hungry
The biggest thing I hear from people on diets is that they’re always hungry. That hunger is a major reason people end up going back to their old eating habits. We decided to stop that process in its tracks by giving you a breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and dessert to eat throughout the day. All are filling and packed with fiber, protein and healthy fats that will keep you feeling satisfied until it’s time for the next meal. And even when you’re eating all these meals, you’ll still be eating enough to lose about a pound a week.
If you haven’t already, check out The Total Choice Plan and have a look through the recipes. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how tasty they all look. I have no doubt you can take control of your health and drop those pounds for good. My plan will give you the tools you need to get there.