Once you have met with your Herbalife Nutrition Independent Distributor and made a realistic, achievable goal, it’s time to make a meal plan.

 


MEAL PLANS
Our meal plans are simple and easy, with calorie counts built in. They are designed to help you consume the right amount of protein and other nutrients each day to meet your needs. Here’s how to choose the best meal plan for you and your goals.

#1 MEAL PLAN SELECTION TOOLS FOR WOMEN AND MEN
These charts will help you quickly determine your suggested meal plan – based on your height and weight – to match your individual needs for protein and calories. Select your height and weight on the chart below.

Based on your current height and weight, choose Plan A, B, C or D. The colored dots in these charts match with each type of meal plan on the next page.

 

 

#2 THE SUGGESTED MEAL PLAN: A, B, C OR D
Each meal plan (A, B, C and D) has three options: Daily Nutrition, Weight Loss or Weight Gain. Once you reach your goal, you may switch over to the Daily Nutrition option.

TO LOSE WEIGHT, follow the Weight Loss option of the recommended meal plan. It will deliver the recommended amount of protein, but with fewer calories to promote weight and fat loss when coupled with an appropriate exercise program. This option replaces two meals per day with a Formula 1 shake. Breakfast is the ideal meal to start because it’s the first meal, and typically people do not eat sufficient protein in the morning. Alternatively, you may replace lunch and/or dinner instead.

TO MAINTAIN WEIGHT, follow the Daily Nutrition option of the recommended Meal Plan. This option will deliver proper protein and calories to help you maintain your weight when coupled with an appropriate exercise program. This option replaces one meal per day (breakfast) with a Formula 1 shake.

FOR WEIGHT GAIN, supplement the Daily Nutrition option with additional Formula 1 shakes, up to three total shakes per day.

Note: You should follow the plan for two weeks, evaluate your progress with your Herbalife Nutrition Independent Distributor and then discuss any adjustments.

 

 

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