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The Biggest Loser Meal Plan: How it Works and Where to Order

The Biggest Loser Meal plan is the meal plan the contestants of the Biggest Loser have been using to make sure they are eating the right things so that they lose enough weight in time for the season finale and to win the $250,000 prize. The contestants have been using this plan, from eDiets, to loose drastic amounts of weight. But the good news is, The Biggest Loser Meal Plan is available to everyone. The plan works like several other weight loss meal plans on the market right now. You go to their site, choose a plan, select your meals, and have them delivered to your doorstep. With this plan, you don’t have to prepare meals, go grocery shopping, wash pots and pans, or cook. It’s really simple. Plans start at 21.95 a day. They also have a special going on, if you enter the promo code WEEK8FREE, you get a free week of meals.

Their meals look really delicious, like chicken enchiladas with Spanish rice, spinach egg breakfast wrap, and cheesy stuffed chicken breasts. Their meals have NO MSG, NO trans fat, and NO artificial sweeteners. All the meals are designed by dietitians to have lean proteins, lots of vegetables, and complex carbohydrates.

On their site, there are also lots of success stories of people who have lost huge amounts of weight. This program would be perfect for someone who just can’t seem to get a handle on their nutrition and portion control. This takes this guesswork out of it. All you have to do is add in a fitness routine, that can be as simple as 3 – 30 minute walks a week.

If you want to purchase or find out more about the Biggest Loser Meal Plan, visit their site through this link.

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