Most of your food is lean protein, low-fat dairy or soy, fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and nuts.
It’s based on The Biggest Loser’s 4-3-2-1 Pyramid: four servings of fruits and vegetables, three servings of lean protein, two servings of whole grains, and 200 calories of “extras.”
What is the diet plan for the biggest loser?
The meals are based on a 4-3-2-1 Biggest Loser Pyramid, which is comprised (from bottom to top) of at least four servings of fruits and veggies, three servings of protein, two servings of whole grains and 200 calories from the “Extras” category.
How many calories do contestants on Biggest Loser eat?
When these Biggest Loser contestants were on the ranch, they were burning, on average, approximately 2,000 calories per day, with about three hours of vigorous exercise, and eating only about 1,300 calories, according to a May 2013 study in Obesity.
How many hours a day do they work out on the biggest loser?
Contestants train for at least four hours a day on Biggest Loser. In real life, it’s not usually possible for someone to get out and exercise for four or five hours a day. Not only is it not possible, it’s not safe. You only want to work out like that when you’re being medically supervised.
How do Biggest Loser contestants lose weight?
“Safe weight loss is one to two pounds per week, and most people find that hard,” says Lynn Darby, a professor of exercise science at Bowling Green State University. “If you reduce your calories to less than 800 to 1,000 a day, your metabolism will shut down.
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