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E AT I N G P L A N

You’re closer than you think.
And you get closer every day.

TABLE
OF CONTENTS
















Introduction.................................................................................1
How the Fix Is Done .................................................................2
Get Started in 5 Simple Steps ................................................4
Added Zing!...............................................................................8
• To Treat or Not to Treat? ...................................... 10
Hydration ................................................................................. 12
• The Water Bar ........................................................ 13
• The Tea & Coffee Bar ........................................... 14
Multivitamins: ActiVit for Active You .................................. 15
Calorie Charts ........................................................................ 18
Container Food Groups ........................................................ 20
• Replacement Food Container Groups ............... 38
Recipes ..................................................................................... 41
• Seasoning Mixes ................................................... 42
• Container Recipes ................................................. 44
• Green Container ................................... 44
• Red Container ....................................... 46
• Yellow Container................................... 52
• Dressings ................................................................. 56
• Treats........................................................................ 60
• Shakeology ............................................................. 64
Restaurant Food and Mom’s Favorites:
The Fix Mixed Food Guide .................................................. 70
Beachbody HQ Eating Plan................................................. 72
What to Eat 21 Days Later................................................... 76
Tally Sheets .............................................................................. 82

You’re closer than you think.
And you get closer every day.

TABLE
OF CONTENTS
















Introduction.................................................................................1
How the Fix Is Done .................................................................2
Get Started in 5 Simple Steps ................................................4
Added Zing!...............................................................................8
• To Treat or Not to Treat? ...................................... 10
Hydration ................................................................................. 12
• The Water Bar ........................................................ 13
• The Tea & Coffee Bar ........................................... 14
Multivitamins: ActiVit for Active You .................................. 15
Calorie Charts ........................................................................ 18
Container Food Groups ........................................................ 20
• Replacement Food Container Groups ............... 38
Recipes ..................................................................................... 41
• Seasoning Mixes ................................................... 42
• Container Recipes ................................................. 44
• Green Container ................................... 44
• Red Container ....................................... 46
• Yellow Container................................... 52
• Dressings ................................................................. 56
• Treats........................................................................ 60
• Shakeology ............................................................. 64
Restaurant Food and Mom’s Favorites:
The Fix Mixed Food Guide .................................................. 70
Beachbody HQ Eating Plan................................................. 72
What to Eat 21 Days Later................................................... 76
Tally Sheets .............................................................................. 82

INTRODUCTION
Losing weight doesn’t need to be difficult. In fact, it can be easy if you do it right. No need for pointless, fancy bells and whistles. All you need to do is exercise regularly and eat a moderate diet filled with healthy, delicious foods. Follow these two practices and the pounds can melt away.
The trick is figuring out what those healthy foods are and how much of them to eat. That’s why we came up with the 21 Day
Fix®—a simple, convenient way to get the results you want.
This nutrient-rich food plan features roughly 40% carbohydrates,
30% protein, and 30% fat, a balance not only great for weight loss, but for giving you the energy you need to get the most out of your workouts.
And the program’s benefits don’t end after 21 days. This is a balance you can eat for life, so once you’ve reached your goal, simply increase your calories and continue to use the
21 Day Fix Eating Plan for as long as you like. In fact, you’ll probably be so hooked on this easy way of eating that you’ll wonder how you got along without it!

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INTRODUCTION
Losing weight doesn’t need to be difficult. In fact, it can be easy if you do it right. No need for pointless, fancy bells and whistles. All you need to do is exercise regularly and eat a moderate diet filled with healthy, delicious foods. Follow these two practices and the pounds can melt away.
The trick is figuring out what those healthy foods are and how much of them to eat. That’s why we came up with the 21 Day
Fix®—a simple, convenient way to get the results you want.
This nutrient-rich food plan features roughly 40% carbohydrates,
30% protein, and 30% fat, a balance not only great for weight loss, but for giving you the energy you need to get the most out of your workouts.
And the program’s benefits don’t end after 21 days. This is a balance you can eat for life, so once you’ve reached your goal, simply increase your calories and continue to use the
21 Day Fix Eating Plan for as long as you like. In fact, you’ll probably be so hooked on this easy way of eating that you’ll wonder how you got along without it!

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HOW
THE FIX IS DONE
The key to success with the 21 Day Fix is to think inside the box. (Specifically, inside the 7 color-coded containers and Shakeology ® shaker cup that are probably sit ting on the table in front of you right now.) For the next 21 days—and potentially beyond—you’ll be using these containers to portion and transport your meals. No need to count calories or squint at kitchen scales. With these containers, figuring out what to eat each day is a breeze.

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THESE LITTLE SQUARES IN THE
EATING PLAN CORRESPOND
WITH THE FOOD CONTAINER
OF THE SAME COLOR.
....... Green Container
....... Purple Container
....... Red Container
....... Yellow Container
....... Blue Container
....... Orange Container

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HOW
THE FIX IS DONE
The key to success with the 21 Day Fix is to think inside the box. (Specifically, inside the 7 color-coded containers and Shakeology ® shaker cup that are probably sit ting on the table in front of you right now.) For the next 21 days—and potentially beyond—you’ll be using these containers to portion and transport your meals. No need to count calories or squint at kitchen scales. With these containers, figuring out what to eat each day is a breeze.

2

THESE LITTLE SQUARES IN THE
EATING PLAN CORRESPOND
WITH THE FOOD CONTAINER
OF THE SAME COLOR.
....... Green Container
....... Purple Container
....... Red Container
....... Yellow Container
....... Blue Container
....... Orange Container

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GET IN 5 SIMPLE STEPS
STARTED
1

FIGURE OUT YOUR CALORIE LEVEL.
You lose weight by maintaining a calorie deficit. To figure out what that number should be, here’s a little easy math:

A. YOUR CURRENT WEIGHT IN POUNDS x 11
= YOUR CALORIC BASELINE
B. YOUR CALORIC BASELINE + 400 (FIX CALORIE BURN)
= YOUR CALORIC NEEDS
C. YOUR CALORIC NEEDS – 750 (CALORIC DEFICIT)
= YOUR CALORIE TARGET
That’s how many calories you’re going to eat to lose weight eating the Fix way.
MODIFICATIONS: If your number is less than 1,200, round up to 1,200. If it’s more than 2,300, round down to 2,300.

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2

2FIND THE CALORIE CHART THAT
CORRESPONDS WITH YOUR
CALORIE LEVEL.

You can find the CALORIE CHARTS on pages 18–19 where you’ll see several colored squares that match the various containers, each followed by a number. That number is the amount of times you’ll fill that color container each day.
So, if you have a “3” after the Green square, that means you’ll be filling the Green Container three times a day.

EXAMPLE:
1,200–1,499 calories
3

=

+

+

HEADACHE-SAVING HINT:
You don’t need to hit your exact calorie target.
The 21 Day Fix Eating Plan is designed to let you eat roughly that number and still see results. In other words, there’s no need to resort to algorithms from your high school algebra class to verify your calories with the
Fix, so relax and enjoy your food.
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GET IN 5 SIMPLE STEPS
STARTED
1

FIGURE OUT YOUR CALORIE LEVEL.
You lose weight by maintaining a calorie deficit. To figure out what that number should be, here’s a little easy math:

A. YOUR CURRENT WEIGHT IN POUNDS x 11
= YOUR CALORIC BASELINE
B. YOUR CALORIC BASELINE + 400 (FIX CALORIE BURN)
= YOUR CALORIC NEEDS
C. YOUR CALORIC NEEDS – 750 (CALORIC DEFICIT)
= YOUR CALORIE TARGET
That’s how many calories you’re going to eat to lose weight eating the Fix way.
MODIFICATIONS: If your number is less than 1,200, round up to 1,200. If it’s more than 2,300, round down to 2,300.

4

2

2FIND THE CALORIE CHART THAT
CORRESPONDS WITH YOUR
CALORIE LEVEL.

You can find the CALORIE CHARTS on pages 18–19 where you’ll see several colored squares that match the various containers, each followed by a number. That number is the amount of times you’ll fill that color container each day.
So, if you have a “3” after the Green square, that means you’ll be filling the Green Container three times a day.

EXAMPLE:
1,200–1,499 calories
3

=

+

+

HEADACHE-SAVING HINT:
You don’t need to hit your exact calorie target.
The 21 Day Fix Eating Plan is designed to let you eat roughly that number and still see results. In other words, there’s no need to resort to algorithms from your high school algebra class to verify your calories with the
Fix, so relax and enjoy your food.
5

3

4

HAVE A LOOK AT THE CONTAINER FOOD GROUPS
THAT CORRESPOND WITH EACH COLOR.
These are the foods you’ll fill the containers with (see page 20).
If you see an amount (10 asparagus spears, for example), that’s how much you put in the container. If there’s no amount, just fill the container to the point that you can still fit the lid on it.

And prepare to look and feel like a million bucks. See?
We told you it was easy!

SPREAD YOUR CONTAINERS ACROSS YOUR DAY.
We’ve included TALLY SHEETS starting on page 82. Check the box each time you fill the (food and drink) containers. The order and timing you do this is up to you, but here are a couple suggestions.
THE ENERGY BALANCER – Spread your eating across three meals and two snacks roughly 2–3 hours apart. Utilize a variety of containers with breakfast, lunch, and dinner and use the snacks for whatever containers you missed.
THE FAT BURNER – Spread your eating across six meals, 2 hours apart. Again, keep things balanced, but make sure you’ve eaten all your Purple and Yellow Container foods before 6 PM.

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5

COMBINE THIS DELICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS DIET
WITH THE 21 DAY FIX WORKOUTS.

PLANNING-AHEAD HINT:
Be sure to make plenty of copies of the TALLY SHEETS
(on pages 83 and 84) to have on hand when you do the 21 Day Fix. Alternatively, you can find a copy of the TALLY SHEETS at TeamBeachbody.com under:
GET FIT > FITNESS TOOLS > WORKOUT SHEETS.
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3

4

HAVE A LOOK AT THE CONTAINER FOOD GROUPS
THAT CORRESPOND WITH EACH COLOR.
These are the foods you’ll fill the containers with (see page 20).
If you see an amount (10 asparagus spears, for example), that’s how much you put in the container. If there’s no amount, just fill the container to the point that you can still fit the lid on it.

And prepare to look and feel like a million bucks. See?
We told you it was easy!

SPREAD YOUR CONTAINERS ACROSS YOUR DAY.
We’ve included TALLY SHEETS starting on page 82. Check the box each time you fill the (food and drink) containers. The order and timing you do this is up to you, but here are a couple suggestions.
THE ENERGY BALANCER – Spread your eating across three meals and two snacks roughly 2–3 hours apart. Utilize a variety of containers with breakfast, lunch, and dinner and use the snacks for whatever containers you missed.
THE FAT BURNER – Spread your eating across six meals, 2 hours apart. Again, keep things balanced, but make sure you’ve eaten all your Purple and Yellow Container foods before 6 PM.

6

5

COMBINE THIS DELICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS DIET
WITH THE 21 DAY FIX WORKOUTS.

PLANNING-AHEAD HINT:
Be sure to make plenty of copies of the TALLY SHEETS
(on pages 83 and 84) to have on hand when you do the 21 Day Fix. Alternatively, you can find a copy of the TALLY SHEETS at TeamBeachbody.com under:
GET FIT > FITNESS TOOLS > WORKOUT SHEETS.
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ADDED

ZING!
Sometimes, it’s important to add a little zing! to your diet. It can be a great motivator and, frankly, life’s too short not to indulge occasionally. Here are five zings! you can use to liven up your Fix Eating Plan.
Zing = seasonings, beverages, and treats to help you succeed (and still love eating).

ZING ONE
Free Foods. At the end of the CONTAINER FOOD GROUPS section on page 37, you’ll see a list of FREE FOODS. Consider this list an all-you-can-eat buffet. Assuming you don’t want to gulp down vinegar or gnaw on fresh ginger, most of the foods on this list are intended to pep up the other foods you’ll be eating on this plan. And if you really want to dial up the deliciousness, check out the 21 Day Fix SEASONING MIXES on page 42.
They’ll make your meals taste totally chef-tastic.

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ZING TWO
Tasty Beverages. Some days, a little vino would be keeno.
That’s why you’re allowed to replace three Yellow Containers a week with a drink from the REPLACEMENT FOOD CONTAINER
GROUPS section on page 38. (Although wine is on the list, you also have several nonalcoholic options.)
Remember, you don’t need to use this option. If you want to avoid caloric drinks, feel free to hydrate from THE WATER BAR and
THE TEA & COFFEE BAR, which you’ll find on pages 13–15!

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ADDED

ZING!
Sometimes, it’s important to add a little zing! to your diet. It can be a great motivator and, frankly, life’s too short not to indulge occasionally. Here are five zings! you can use to liven up your Fix Eating Plan.
Zing = seasonings, beverages, and treats to help you succeed (and still love eating).

ZING ONE
Free Foods. At the end of the CONTAINER FOOD GROUPS section on page 37, you’ll see a list of FREE FOODS. Consider this list an all-you-can-eat buffet. Assuming you don’t want to gulp down vinegar or gnaw on fresh ginger, most of the foods on this list are intended to pep up the other foods you’ll be eating on this plan. And if you really want to dial up the deliciousness, check out the 21 Day Fix SEASONING MIXES on page 42.
They’ll make your meals taste totally chef-tastic.

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ZING TWO
Tasty Beverages. Some days, a little vino would be keeno.
That’s why you’re allowed to replace three Yellow Containers a week with a drink from the REPLACEMENT FOOD CONTAINER
GROUPS section on page 38. (Although wine is on the list, you also have several nonalcoholic options.)
Remember, you don’t need to use this option. If you want to avoid caloric drinks, feel free to hydrate from THE WATER BAR and
THE TEA & COFFEE BAR, which you’ll find on pages 13–15!

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ZING THREE

ZING FOUR

Treats Can’t Be Beat. If you’re eating a mostly clean diet, it’s okay to indulge a little. So three times a week, you can replace a Yellow Container with one of the TREATS listed on page 39.

Recipes Just for You! Life is too short to live on plain, steamed kale, so we’ve come up with several appetizing ways to prepare some of the foods you’ll find in the various container lists (starting on page 44). If this inspires you to come up with your own recipes, we’d love you to share them with us on the Message
Boards at TeamBeachbody.com.

In case you want to get fancy about your treat, we’ve also provided several tasty recipes on page 60. They’re actually much healthier than their store-bought equivalents—but you’d never know by tasting them.

TO TREAT OR NOT TO TREAT?
The trick to eating treats on the 21 Day Fix is moderation. If you stick to the plan, you’ll be fine. But for some, that hint of indulgence might be too strong.
Maybe you make a batch of 15 Double Chocolate Cookies (see page 60), but only 7 cookies worth of dough actually makes it into the oven. Or maybe you’ve served yourself a yellow container of potato chips, then realize there are only
“a few” more left in the bag. Heaven forbid they go stale overnight! Same goes for wine. A “generous pour” after a long day’s work will only work against you in the long run.
If you’re worried that treats might sabotage your results, avoid making large batches, buy individual portion packages from the store—or skip ’em entirely.
Treats are included in the 21 Day Fix to cut the edge, but if they’re making you edgy, there’s no point in having them!
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ZING FIVE
Shakeology! We highly recommend this super-healthy, supersatisfying shake as part of your 21 Day Fix—and beyond. In fact, it’s such a nutritiously perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth that we’ve provided a batch of recipes starting on page 64 that will fit in seamlessly.
Another great thing about adding Shakeology to your plan is that you’re also adding to your overall health. When you eat at a calorie deficit, you’re bound to miss out on a few important nutrients—even if your diet is packed with healthy food. Drinking Shakeology daily is a delicious way to make sure you’re not missing out on anything important. It’s your daily dose of dense superfood nutrition and it fits in perfectly with the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan.
*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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ZING THREE

ZING FOUR

Treats Can’t Be Beat. If you’re eating a mostly clean diet, it’s okay to indulge a little. So three times a week, you can replace a Yellow Container with one of the TREATS listed on page 39.

Recipes Just for You! Life is too short to live on plain, steamed kale, so we’ve come up with several appetizing ways to prepare some of the foods you’ll find in the various container lists (starting on page 44). If this inspires you to come up with your own recipes, we’d love you to share them with us on the Message
Boards at TeamBeachbody.com.

In case you want to get fancy about your treat, we’ve also provided several tasty recipes on page 60. They’re actually much healthier than their store-bought equivalents—but you’d never know by tasting them.

TO TREAT OR NOT TO TREAT?
The trick to eating treats on the 21 Day Fix is moderation. If you stick to the plan, you’ll be fine. But for some, that hint of indulgence might be too strong.
Maybe you make a batch of 15 Double Chocolate Cookies (see page 60), but only 7 cookies worth of dough actually makes it into the oven. Or maybe you’ve served yourself a yellow container of potato chips, then realize there are only
“a few” more left in the bag. Heaven forbid they go stale overnight! Same goes for wine. A “generous pour” after a long day’s work will only work against you in the long run.
If you’re worried that treats might sabotage your results, avoid making large batches, buy individual portion packages from the store—or skip ’em entirely.
Treats are included in the 21 Day Fix to cut the edge, but if they’re making you edgy, there’s no point in having them!
10

ZING FIVE
Shakeology! We highly recommend this super-healthy, supersatisfying shake as part of your 21 Day Fix—and beyond. In fact, it’s such a nutritiously perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth that we’ve provided a batch of recipes starting on page 64 that will fit in seamlessly.
Another great thing about adding Shakeology to your plan is that you’re also adding to your overall health. When you eat at a calorie deficit, you’re bound to miss out on a few important nutrients—even if your diet is packed with healthy food. Drinking Shakeology daily is a delicious way to make sure you’re not missing out on anything important. It’s your daily dose of dense superfood nutrition and it fits in perfectly with the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan.
*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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HYDRATION
It would be hard to overstress the importance of staying hydrated.
Up to 60% of the human body is water; it serves as a lubricant for just about every bodily function. It also plays a vital role in flushing toxins out of your system. If you were a car, water would be the equivalent of your motor oil, air conditioner refrigerant, brake fluid, windshield wiper fluid, transmission fluid, and any other fluid we might have missed except gas. (We’re nutrition experts, not mechanics.)
Furthermore, water promotes satiety, making life much easier when you’re trying to keep portions in control.
To make sure your H20 intake is A-OK, we recommend you drink your body weight, divided by two, in ounces. So if you weigh
162 pounds—that would be 162 divided by 2 = 81. That’s 81 ounces of water, every day.

BEACHBODY® WATER BAR

THE WATER BAR

MIXERS
• Flat water

To help you stay properly hydrated, we’ve created the Water Bar. Here you can find great ways to make your plain water more interesting. Simply select from the mixers, mix-ins, and extras and before you know it, you’ll be an expert water-mixologist. It’s so easy and delicious!

• Sparkling water (make sure it has no calories)

To help you get started, here are a few of our favorite water recipes:

• Lime wedges

• THE REFRESHINATOR
Ice water with fresh mint leaves and a lime wedge.
• THE DIGESTIF
Sparkling water with two lemon slices and half a teaspoon of grated ginger.

MIX-INS
Choose any combination of mix-ins from the lists below for a delicious water cocktail.
FRUITS/VEGGIES
• Lemon wedges
• Orange slices
• Strawberry slices
• Kiwi slices
• Cucumber slices
• Frozen grapes
• Watermelon cubes
• Splash of fruit juice: cranberry, orange, grapefruit
HERBS

• CRAZY FOR CUCUMBER
Ice water with 2 to 3 thin cucumber slices.

• Mint leaves

• ROSEMARY, BABY!
Ice water with watermelon cubes and a sprig of rosemary.

• Rosemary

• FRUITY PATOOTY
Ice water with orange, kiwi, and strawberry slices.

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• Basil
• Grated ginger
EXTRAS
• Crushed ice
• Ice cubes
• Raspberry mint ice (fill an ice cube tray with water, fresh raspberries, and mint leaves, then freeze!)

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HYDRATION
It would be hard to overstress the importance of staying hydrated.
Up to 60% of the human body is water; it serves as a lubricant for just about every bodily function. It also plays a vital role in flushing toxins out of your system. If you were a car, water would be the equivalent of your motor oil, air conditioner refrigerant, brake fluid, windshield wiper fluid, transmission fluid, and any other fluid we might have missed except gas. (We’re nutrition experts, not mechanics.)
Furthermore, water promotes satiety, making life much easier when you’re trying to keep portions in control.
To make sure your H20 intake is A-OK, we recommend you drink your body weight, divided by two, in ounces. So if you weigh
162 pounds—that would be 162 divided by 2 = 81. That’s 81 ounces of water, every day.

BEACHBODY® WATER BAR

THE WATER BAR

MIXERS
• Flat water

To help you stay properly hydrated, we’ve created the Water Bar. Here you can find great ways to make your plain water more interesting. Simply select from the mixers, mix-ins, and extras and before you know it, you’ll be an expert water-mixologist. It’s so easy and delicious!

• Sparkling water (make sure it has no calories)

To help you get started, here are a few of our favorite water recipes:

• Lime wedges

• THE REFRESHINATOR
Ice water with fresh mint leaves and a lime wedge.
• THE DIGESTIF
Sparkling water with two lemon slices and half a teaspoon of grated ginger.

MIX-INS
Choose any combination of mix-ins from the lists below for a delicious water cocktail.
FRUITS/VEGGIES
• Lemon wedges
• Orange slices
• Strawberry slices
• Kiwi slices
• Cucumber slices
• Frozen grapes
• Watermelon cubes
• Splash of fruit juice: cranberry, orange, grapefruit
HERBS

• CRAZY FOR CUCUMBER
Ice water with 2 to 3 thin cucumber slices.

• Mint leaves

• ROSEMARY, BABY!
Ice water with watermelon cubes and a sprig of rosemary.

• Rosemary

• FRUITY PATOOTY
Ice water with orange, kiwi, and strawberry slices.

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• Basil
• Grated ginger
EXTRAS
• Crushed ice
• Ice cubes
• Raspberry mint ice (fill an ice cube tray with water, fresh raspberries, and mint leaves, then freeze!)

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THE TEA & COFFEE BAR
There’s no need to give up all those “naughty” foods you love.
Just learn to consume them in moderation. That’s why we’ve included treats in your plan, and you’re allowed that weekly
4-ounce cup o’ vino (or 100% pure fruit juice, if you’d prefer).
And that’s why you get to have your tea and coffee.

LIST A

LIST B

LIST C

(Just say no!)

(Just say 1–2 cups a day!)

(Go for it!)

Cream

1–2 tablespoons low/ nonfat milk

Half-and-half
Nondairy creamer

Tea and coffee aren’t really bad for you, provided you’re caffeine tolerant. In fact, they’re both filled with antioxidants, which reduce symptoms of stress. They’re also thermogenic, meaning they promote fat burning. (Only slightly though, so don’t stick your mouth under the coffeemaker spout. It burns!)

Lots o’ sugar

If you have a morning coffee ritual or you enjoy a cup of tea or two in the afternoon, there’s no reason to stop. However (you knew there’d be a “however,” right?), if you happen to dump a bunch of junk into your cup along with your brew, stop.

Cinnamon

1–2 teaspoons raw sugar, honey, molasses, maple syrup, agave syrup, stevia

Pumpkin spice

Lemon

Anything else you wonder about. If you think it might be bad, it probably is.

Artificial sweeteners

Nutmeg

Weird “Italian” syrups
Chocolate syrup

MULTIVITAMINS: ACTIVIT FOR ACTIVE YOU
®

Ideally, you’d drink your coffee or tea black and like it, but luckily there’s a middle ground. On the next page you’ll find three lists. List A is the true junk. This stuff is nasty. You should leave List A out of your tea or coffee. List B is the stuff you can have in moderation. If you use stuff from List
B, limit intake to one or two 8-ounce cups per day.
List C is the stuff you can put as much as you want in your drink.
One final point—when we say “tea,” that includes herbal tea and iced tea, but it doesn’t include all the powdered, canned, and bottled stuff that masquerades as tea. “Tea” means the little cloth sack filled with herbs that you dip in a cup of hot water. That’s it.

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Enjoy your hot drinks. Getting fit can be hard work! Taking a little break to sip something warm (or cold) is a perfect way to meditate on all the effort you’re putting into this and the positive changes you’re creating in your life.

The 21 Day Fix is packed with deliciously nutritious food, but you’ll still be eating at a calorie deficit. In other words, you’ll eat less food. And when you eat less food, it’s hard to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals—especially with Autumn putting you through your paces all week long.
So a solid daily multivitamin is key. That’s why we recommend the premium formula you’ll find in ActiVit. Not only does our premium formula contain 100% of your daily nutritional requirements, but
ActiVit’s amino acid complex helps support fat burning and its antioxidant blend helps cut through oxidative postworkout muscle soreness. (In other words, it can help you recover faster.)
And this high performance multivitamin’s unique combination of vitamins, minerals, and natural plant extracts helps boost your energy levels—so you can show your workouts who’s really boss.
*
So if you’re looking to get maximum results for the next 21 days, look no further than ActiVit.
Note: Take it EVERY day!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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THE TEA & COFFEE BAR
There’s no need to give up all those “naughty” foods you love.
Just learn to consume them in moderation. That’s why we’ve included treats in your plan, and you’re allowed that weekly
4-ounce cup o’ vino (or 100% pure fruit juice, if you’d prefer).
And that’s why you get to have your tea and coffee.

LIST A

LIST B

LIST C

(Just say no!)

(Just say 1–2 cups a day!)

(Go for it!)

Cream

1–2 tablespoons low/ nonfat milk

Half-and-half
Nondairy creamer

Tea and coffee aren’t really bad for you, provided you’re caffeine tolerant. In fact, they’re both filled with antioxidants, which reduce symptoms of stress. They’re also thermogenic, meaning they promote fat burning. (Only slightly though, so don’t stick your mouth under the coffeemaker spout. It burns!)

Lots o’ sugar

If you have a morning coffee ritual or you enjoy a cup of tea or two in the afternoon, there’s no reason to stop. However (you knew there’d be a “however,” right?), if you happen to dump a bunch of junk into your cup along with your brew, stop.

Cinnamon

1–2 teaspoons raw sugar, honey, molasses, maple syrup, agave syrup, stevia

Pumpkin spice

Lemon

Anything else you wonder about. If you think it might be bad, it probably is.

Artificial sweeteners

Nutmeg

Weird “Italian” syrups
Chocolate syrup

MULTIVITAMINS: ACTIVIT FOR ACTIVE YOU
®

Ideally, you’d drink your coffee or tea black and like it, but luckily there’s a middle ground. On the next page you’ll find three lists. List A is the true junk. This stuff is nasty. You should leave List A out of your tea or coffee. List B is the stuff you can have in moderation. If you use stuff from List
B, limit intake to one or two 8-ounce cups per day.
List C is the stuff you can put as much as you want in your drink.
One final point—when we say “tea,” that includes herbal tea and iced tea, but it doesn’t include all the powdered, canned, and bottled stuff that masquerades as tea. “Tea” means the little cloth sack filled with herbs that you dip in a cup of hot water. That’s it.

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Enjoy your hot drinks. Getting fit can be hard work! Taking a little break to sip something warm (or cold) is a perfect way to meditate on all the effort you’re putting into this and the positive changes you’re creating in your life.

The 21 Day Fix is packed with deliciously nutritious food, but you’ll still be eating at a calorie deficit. In other words, you’ll eat less food. And when you eat less food, it’s hard to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals—especially with Autumn putting you through your paces all week long.
So a solid daily multivitamin is key. That’s why we recommend the premium formula you’ll find in ActiVit. Not only does our premium formula contain 100% of your daily nutritional requirements, but
ActiVit’s amino acid complex helps support fat burning and its antioxidant blend helps cut through oxidative postworkout muscle soreness. (In other words, it can help you recover faster.)
And this high performance multivitamin’s unique combination of vitamins, minerals, and natural plant extracts helps boost your energy levels—so you can show your workouts who’s really boss.
*
So if you’re looking to get maximum results for the next 21 days, look no further than ActiVit.
Note: Take it EVERY day!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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According to a survey of nearly 3,000 daily Shakeology drinkers:**






MAXIMIZE YOUR
21 DAY RESULTS
WITH SHAKEOLOGY

feel healthier since drinking it. feel it has helped them reduce their cravings for junk food. experienced an increase in their energy levels. feel more alert and focused throughout their day. feel Shakeology is a smart investment in their health.

Now available in 6 delicious flavors:
®

Lose weight, reduce cravings, and boost energy with Shakeology
Your 21 Day Fix program was specifically designed to include
Shakeology as an easy and super-satisfying way to help you get maximum weight-loss results.
Not only can you whip up one of these delicious shakes in less than one minute, Shakeology is Your Daily Dose of
Dense Nutrition® that’s packed with incredible amounts of protein, antioxidants, phytonutrients, prebiotics, enzymes, and many rare superfoods from around the world that your body desperately needs and craves.* Plus, Shakeology helps you feel full longer while it significantly increases your energy levels and reduces junk food cravings.** What could be better than that? So if you really want to maximize your 21 Day Fix results, drink Shakeology every day.
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93%
81%
86%
77%
97%

• Vanilla • Chocolate • Strawberry • Greenberry
• Tropical Strawberry Vegan • Chocolate Vegan

It’s our Bottom-of-the-Bag Guarantee.
We’re so sure Shakeology will improve your health, we’ve created an amazing guarantee. Try Shakeology for 30 days and if you don’t feel healthier, return it and we’ll refund your money (less s&h). Even if the bag is totally empty.

To learn more, contact your Team Beachbody ® Coach or visit Shakeology21DayFix.com today.
Follow Shakeology on:

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Based on a survey of 2,769 Shakeology users who drank Shakeology 5 or more times per week and exercised 3 times per week.

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According to a survey of nearly 3,000 daily Shakeology drinkers:**






MAXIMIZE YOUR
21 DAY RESULTS
WITH SHAKEOLOGY

feel healthier since drinking it. feel it has helped them reduce their cravings for junk food. experienced an increase in their energy levels. feel more alert and focused throughout their day. feel Shakeology is a smart investment in their health.

Now available in 6 delicious flavors:
®

Lose weight, reduce cravings, and boost energy with Shakeology
Your 21 Day Fix program was specifically designed to include
Shakeology as an easy and super-satisfying way to help you get maximum weight-loss results.
Not only can you whip up one of these delicious shakes in less than one minute, Shakeology is Your Daily Dose of
Dense Nutrition® that’s packed with incredible amounts of protein, antioxidants, phytonutrients, prebiotics, enzymes, and many rare superfoods from around the world that your body desperately needs and craves.* Plus, Shakeology helps you feel full longer while it significantly increases your energy levels and reduces junk food cravings.** What could be better than that? So if you really want to maximize your 21 Day Fix results, drink Shakeology every day.
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93%
81%
86%
77%
97%

• Vanilla • Chocolate • Strawberry • Greenberry
• Tropical Strawberry Vegan • Chocolate Vegan

It’s our Bottom-of-the-Bag Guarantee.
We’re so sure Shakeology will improve your health, we’ve created an amazing guarantee. Try Shakeology for 30 days and if you don’t feel healthier, return it and we’ll refund your money (less s&h). Even if the bag is totally empty.

To learn more, contact your Team Beachbody ® Coach or visit Shakeology21DayFix.com today.
Follow Shakeology on:

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
**Based on a survey of 2,769 Shakeology users who drank Shakeology 5 or more times per week and exercised 3 times per week.

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CALORIE
CHARTS
Given the wide variety of foods you can fill your containers with, your calories may vary slightly from day-to-day. That’s okay.
You’ll still be maintaining a healthy deficit.

1,200–1,499 calories 1,500–1,799 calories 1,800–2,099 calories 2,100–2,300 calories 3

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Once you’ve figured out your calories using the calculation on page 4, here’s where you sort out how many portions you’re going to fill your containers with. Remember, if you checked in below 1,200 calories, bump up to the 1,200–1,499 chart.
If you’re over 2,300, drop down to the 2,100–2,300 chart.

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DO I HAVE TO EAT ALL THAT FOOD?
One thing you might notice about healthy food is that it has a lot more volume than sugar-salt-and-fat–dense junk food. If you’re not used to it, you may find yourself filling up quickly. That’s okay.
Just eat what you can. It’s an eating plan, not an eating contest.
Of course, there’s one caveat to that guideline: Don’t use it as an excuse not to eat the foods you don’t like because you filled up on other stuff. (Leave the veggie-dodging to the eight-year-olds.
We’re all adults here.) If you know you’re not going to finish all your containers, make a point of eating a little from all of the containers or rotating the ones you skip each day.
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CALORIE
CHARTS
Given the wide variety of foods you can fill your containers with, your calories may vary slightly from day-to-day. That’s okay.
You’ll still be maintaining a healthy deficit.

1,200–1,499 calories 1,500–1,799 calories 1,800–2,099 calories 2,100–2,300 calories 3

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Once you’ve figured out your calories using the calculation on page 4, here’s where you sort out how many portions you’re going to fill your containers with. Remember, if you checked in below 1,200 calories, bump up to the 1,200–1,499 chart.
If you’re over 2,300, drop down to the 2,100–2,300 chart.

Containers

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DO I HAVE TO EAT ALL THAT FOOD?
One thing you might notice about healthy food is that it has a lot more volume than sugar-salt-and-fat–dense junk food. If you’re not used to it, you may find yourself filling up quickly. That’s okay.
Just eat what you can. It’s an eating plan, not an eating contest.
Of course, there’s one caveat to that guideline: Don’t use it as an excuse not to eat the foods you don’t like because you filled up on other stuff. (Leave the veggie-dodging to the eight-year-olds.
We’re all adults here.) If you know you’re not going to finish all your containers, make a point of eating a little from all of the containers or rotating the ones you skip each day.
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CONTAINER
FOOD GROUPS
Here are the foods you’ll be eating during the 21 Day Fix. We’ve given you a huge variety to work from, so pick the foods you love (or at least like), fill your containers, and go for it!
Speaking of variety, foods are arranged on the lists in hierarchical order from super awesomest to still pretty awesome. The higher up the list you choose from, the more nutritionally beneficial the food—but that doesn’t mean you should forsake the foods lower down. The key here is variety. The more different types of food you eat, the wider variety of nutrients you’ll get in your system.
You’ll notice a
Teaspoon Food Group, despite the fact that the 21 Day Fix doesn’t include an actual teaspoon.
That’s because 99.9% of people already have a measuring teaspoon in their kitchen. Our goal is to simplify your life, not add to the clutter of your utensil drawer.

CONTAINING YOUR CONTAINERS
Remember, the 21 Day Fix Containers are a great way to transport your food, but you’re not required to eat out of them. So if you want to combine foods, feel free to mix your Fix foods in your own larger containers.
For example, if you want a mixed salad for lunch, combine the contents of the Green Container, the Red Container, and the
Orange Container together into the big, sealable bowl that Aunt
Fanny brought her cucumber ambrosia in to your last barbeque and you “accidentally” forgot to return. Or, if you purchased the
Ultimate Package at 21DayFixUltimate.com, you can use the large
21 Day Fix container.

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CONTAINER
FOOD GROUPS
Here are the foods you’ll be eating during the 21 Day Fix. We’ve given you a huge variety to work from, so pick the foods you love (or at least like), fill your containers, and go for it!
Speaking of variety, foods are arranged on the lists in hierarchical order from super awesomest to still pretty awesome. The higher up the list you choose from, the more nutritionally beneficial the food—but that doesn’t mean you should forsake the foods lower down. The key here is variety. The more different types of food you eat, the wider variety of nutrients you’ll get in your system.
You’ll notice a
Teaspoon Food Group, despite the fact that the 21 Day Fix doesn’t include an actual teaspoon.
That’s because 99.9% of people already have a measuring teaspoon in their kitchen. Our goal is to simplify your life, not add to the clutter of your utensil drawer.

CONTAINING YOUR CONTAINERS
Remember, the 21 Day Fix Containers are a great way to transport your food, but you’re not required to eat out of them. So if you want to combine foods, feel free to mix your Fix foods in your own larger containers.
For example, if you want a mixed salad for lunch, combine the contents of the Green Container, the Red Container, and the
Orange Container together into the big, sealable bowl that Aunt
Fanny brought her cucumber ambrosia in to your last barbeque and you “accidentally” forgot to return. Or, if you purchased the
Ultimate Package at 21DayFixUltimate.com, you can use the large
21 Day Fix container.

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PORTIONOLOGY
101

If you want to eat directly from your containers, that’s just fine, but we also suggest occasionally transferring your 21 Day Fix food to a plate. This will give you perspective regarding what healthy, “normal” portions should look like. That way, you’ll be better equipped at restaurants to know what to eat and what to throw in a doggy bag.

Remember, you won’t be using your container to measure out some food that comes in individual pieces, such as nuts and asparagus. Instead, serve yourself the amount of pieces specified in the food lists, using your container as, well, a container.
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PORTIONOLOGY
101

If you want to eat directly from your containers, that’s just fine, but we also suggest occasionally transferring your 21 Day Fix food to a plate. This will give you perspective regarding what healthy, “normal” portions should look like. That way, you’ll be better equipped at restaurants to know what to eat and what to throw in a doggy bag.

Remember, you won’t be using your container to measure out some food that comes in individual pieces, such as nuts and asparagus. Instead, serve yourself the amount of pieces specified in the food lists, using your container as, well, a container.
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GREEN
CONTAINER

GREEN CONTAINER
• Kale, cooked or raw
• Collard greens, cooked or raw
• Spinach, cooked or raw
• Brussels sprouts, chopped or 5 medium
• Broccoli, chopped
• Asparagus, 10 large spears
• Beets, 2 medium
• Tomatoes, chopped, cherry, or 2 medium
• Squash (summer), sliced
• Winter squash (all varieties), cubed
• String beans
• Peppers, sweet, sliced
• Carrots, sliced or 10 medium baby
• Cauliflower, chopped
• Artichokes, ½ large
• Eggplant, ½ medium
• Okra
• Jicama, sliced
• Snow peas
• Cabbage, chopped
• Cucumbers
• Celery
• Lettuce (NOT iceberg)
• Mushrooms
• Radishes
• Onions, chopped
• Sprouts

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GREEN
CONTAINER

GREEN CONTAINER
• Kale, cooked or raw
• Collard greens, cooked or raw
• Spinach, cooked or raw
• Brussels sprouts, chopped or 5 medium
• Broccoli, chopped
• Asparagus, 10 large spears
• Beets, 2 medium
• Tomatoes, chopped, cherry, or 2 medium
• Squash (summer), sliced
• Winter squash (all varieties), cubed
• String beans
• Peppers, sweet, sliced
• Carrots, sliced or 10 medium baby
• Cauliflower, chopped
• Artichokes, ½ large
• Eggplant, ½ medium
• Okra
• Jicama, sliced
• Snow peas
• Cabbage, chopped
• Cucumbers
• Celery
• Lettuce (NOT iceberg)
• Mushrooms
• Radishes
• Onions, chopped
• Sprouts

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PURPLE
CONTAINER

PURPLE CONTAINER
• Raspberries
• Blueberries
• Blackberries
• Strawberries
• Watermelon, diced
• Cantaloupe, diced
• Orange, divided into sections or 1 medium
• Tangerine, 2 small
• Apple, sliced or 1 small
• Apricots, 4 small
• Grapefruit, divided into sections or ½ large
• Cherries
• Grapes
• Kiwifruit, 2 medium
• Mango, sliced
• Peach, sliced or 1 large
• Nectarine, sliced or 1 large
• Pear, sliced or 1 large
• Pineapple, diced
• Banana, ½ large
• Papaya, diced
• Figs, 2 small
• Honeydew melon, diced
• Salsa, pico de gallo
• Tomato sauce, plain

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PURPLE
CONTAINER

PURPLE CONTAINER
• Raspberries
• Blueberries
• Blackberries
• Strawberries
• Watermelon, diced
• Cantaloupe, diced
• Orange, divided into sections or 1 medium
• Tangerine, 2 small
• Apple, sliced or 1 small
• Apricots, 4 small
• Grapefruit, divided into sections or ½ large
• Cherries
• Grapes
• Kiwifruit, 2 medium
• Mango, sliced
• Peach, sliced or 1 large
• Nectarine, sliced or 1 large
• Pear, sliced or 1 large
• Pineapple, diced
• Banana, ½ large
• Papaya, diced
• Figs, 2 small
• Honeydew melon, diced
• Salsa, pico de gallo
• Tomato sauce, plain

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RED
CONTAINER

RED CONTAINER
• Sardines (fresh or canned in water), 7 medium
• Boneless, skinless chicken or turkey breast, cooked, diced
• Lean ground chicken or turkey (≥ 93% lean), cooked
• Fish, fresh water (catfish, tilapia, trout), cooked, flaked
• Fish, cold water, wild caught (cod, salmon, halibut, tuna), cooked, flaked
• Game: buffalo (bison, ostrich, venison), cooked, diced
• Game: lean ground (≥ 95% lean), cooked, diced
• Eggs, 2 large
• Egg whites, 8 large
• Greek yogurt, plain, 1%
• Yogurt, plain, 2%
• Shellfish (shrimp, crab, lobster), cooked
• Clams, canned, drained
• Red meat, extra-lean, cooked, diced
• Lean ground red meat (≥ 95% lean), cooked
• Shakeology, 1 scoop
• Tempeh
• Tofu, firm
• Pork tenderloin, diced, cooked
• Tuna, canned light in water, drained
• Turkey slices, low-sodium, fat-free, 6 slices
• Ham slices, low-sodium, fat-free, 6 slices
• Ricotta cheese, light
• Cottage cheese, 2%
• Protein powder (whey, hemp, rice, pea), 1½ scoops
(approx. 42 g depending on variety)
• Veggie burger, 1 medium patty
• Turkey bacon (reduced fat), 4 slices

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RED
CONTAINER

RED CONTAINER
• Sardines (fresh or canned in water), 7 medium
• Boneless, skinless chicken or turkey breast, cooked, diced
• Lean ground chicken or turkey (≥ 93% lean), cooked
• Fish, fresh water (catfish, tilapia, trout), cooked, flaked
• Fish, cold water, wild caught (cod, salmon, halibut, tuna), cooked, flaked
• Game: buffalo (bison, ostrich, venison), cooked, diced
• Game: lean ground (≥ 95% lean), cooked, diced
• Eggs, 2 large
• Egg whites, 8 large
• Greek yogurt, plain, 1%
• Yogurt, plain, 2%
• Shellfish (shrimp, crab, lobster), cooked
• Clams, canned, drained
• Red meat, extra-lean, cooked, diced
• Lean ground red meat (≥ 95% lean), cooked
• Shakeology, 1 scoop
• Tempeh
• Tofu, firm
• Pork tenderloin, diced, cooked
• Tuna, canned light in water, drained
• Turkey slices, low-sodium, fat-free, 6 slices
• Ham slices, low-sodium, fat-free, 6 slices
• Ricotta cheese, light
• Cottage cheese, 2%
• Protein powder (whey, hemp, rice, pea), 1½ scoops
(approx. 42 g depending on variety)
• Veggie burger, 1 medium patty
• Turkey bacon (reduced fat), 4 slices

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YELLOW
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YELLOW CONTAINER
































Sweet potato
Yams
Quinoa, cooked
Beans (kidney, black, garbanzo, white, lima, etc.), cooked, drained
Lentils, cooked, drained
Edamame, shelled
Peas
Refried beans, nonfat
Brown rice, cooked
Wild rice, cooked
Potato, mashed or ½ medium
Corn on the cob, 1 ear
Amaranth, cooked
Millet, cooked
Buckwheat, cooked
Barley, cooked
Bulgur, cooked
Oatmeal, steel-cut, cooked
Oatmeal, rolled, cooked
Pasta, whole-grain, cooked
Couscous, whole wheat, cooked
Crackers, whole-grain, 8 small crackers
Cereal, whole-grain, low sugar
Bread, whole-grain, 1 slice*
Pita Bread, whole wheat, 1 small (4-inch)*
Waffles, whole-grain, 1 waffle*
Pancakes, whole-grain, 1 small (4-inch)*
English muffin, whole-grain, ½ muffin*
Bagel, whole-grain, ½ small (3-inch)*
Tortilla, whole wheat, 1 small (6-inch)*
Tortilla, corn, 2 small (6-inch)*

*These are weird-shaped food items that don’t fit in the containers, so just use the indicated amount. If you happen to be fastidious and this bothers you, that’s fine. Skip these items. No waffles for you!
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YELLOW
CONTAINER

YELLOW CONTAINER
































Sweet potato
Yams
Quinoa, cooked
Beans (kidney, black, garbanzo, white, lima, etc.), cooked, drained
Lentils, cooked, drained
Edamame, shelled
Peas
Refried beans, nonfat
Brown rice, cooked
Wild rice, cooked
Potato, mashed or ½ medium
Corn on the cob, 1 ear
Amaranth, cooked
Millet, cooked
Buckwheat, cooked
Barley, cooked
Bulgur, cooked
Oatmeal, steel-cut, cooked
Oatmeal, rolled, cooked
Pasta, whole-grain, cooked
Couscous, whole wheat, cooked
Crackers, whole-grain, 8 small crackers
Cereal, whole-grain, low sugar
Bread, whole-grain, 1 slice*
Pita Bread, whole wheat, 1 small (4-inch)*
Waffles, whole-grain, 1 waffle*
Pancakes, whole-grain, 1 small (4-inch)*
English muffin, whole-grain, ½ muffin*
Bagel, whole-grain, ½ small (3-inch)*
Tortilla, whole wheat, 1 small (6-inch)*
Tortilla, corn, 2 small (6-inch)*

*These are weird-shaped food items that don’t fit in the containers, so just use the indicated amount. If you happen to be fastidious and this bothers you, that’s fine. Skip these items. No waffles for you!
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BLUE
CONTAINER

BLUE CONTAINER
• Avocado, mashed or ¼ medium
• 12 almonds, whole, raw
• 8 cashews, whole, raw
• 14 peanuts, whole, raw
• 20 pistachios, whole, raw
• 10 pecan halves, raw
• 8 walnut halves, raw
• Hummus
• Coconut milk, canned
• Feta cheese, crumbled
• Goat cheese, crumbled
• Mozzarella (low-moisture), shredded
• Cheddar, shredded
• Provolone, shredded
• Monterey Jack, shredded
• Parmesan, shredded

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BLUE
CONTAINER

BLUE CONTAINER
• Avocado, mashed or ¼ medium
• 12 almonds, whole, raw
• 8 cashews, whole, raw
• 14 peanuts, whole, raw
• 20 pistachios, whole, raw
• 10 pecan halves, raw
• 8 walnut halves, raw
• Hummus
• Coconut milk, canned
• Feta cheese, crumbled
• Goat cheese, crumbled
• Mozzarella (low-moisture), shredded
• Cheddar, shredded
• Provolone, shredded
• Monterey Jack, shredded
• Parmesan, shredded

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ORANGE
CONTAINER

ORANGE CONTAINER
• Pumpkin seeds, raw
• Sunflower seeds, raw
• Sesame seeds, raw
• Flaxseed, ground
• Olives, 10 medium
• Peanuts
• Coconut, unsweetened, shredded
• 21 Day Fix DRESSINGS (see page 56)

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ORANGE
CONTAINER

ORANGE CONTAINER
• Pumpkin seeds, raw
• Sunflower seeds, raw
• Sesame seeds, raw
• Flaxseed, ground
• Olives, 10 medium
• Peanuts
• Coconut, unsweetened, shredded
• 21 Day Fix DRESSINGS (see page 56)

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TEASPOON*
• Extra-virgin olive oil
• Extra-virgin coconut oil
• Flaxseed oil
• Walnut oil
• Pumpkin seed oil
• Nut butters (peanut, almond, cashew, etc.)
• Seed butters (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame [tahini])
*Teaspoon not provided. Please use your own.

FREE FOODS
Eat as many of these “free foods” as you’d like!
• THE WATER BAR (see page 13)
• Lemon and lime juice (not lemonade, smarty pants)
• Vinegars
• Mustard
• Herbs (fresh and dry)
• Spices (except salt)
• Garlic
• Ginger
• Hot sauce (Tabasco or Mexican only)
• Flavor extracts (pure vanilla, peppermint, almond, etc.)
• 21 Day Fix SEASONING MIXES (see pages 42– 43)

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TEASPOON*
• Extra-virgin olive oil
• Extra-virgin coconut oil
• Flaxseed oil
• Walnut oil
• Pumpkin seed oil
• Nut butters (peanut, almond, cashew, etc.)
• Seed butters (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame [tahini])
*Teaspoon not provided. Please use your own.

FREE FOODS
Eat as many of these “free foods” as you’d like!
• THE WATER BAR (see page 13)
• Lemon and lime juice (not lemonade, smarty pants)
• Vinegars
• Mustard
• Herbs (fresh and dry)
• Spices (except salt)
• Garlic
• Ginger
• Hot sauce (Tabasco or Mexican only)
• Flavor extracts (pure vanilla, peppermint, almond, etc.)
• 21 Day Fix SEASONING MIXES (see pages 42– 43)

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REPLACEMENT FOOD
CONTAINER GROUPS
BEVERAGES
Three times a week, you can replace one of your Yellow
Container portions with a tasty beverage from the list below. To do this, fill the provided Shakeology shaker cup
(as opposed to the Yellow Container) to the fluid oz. mark indicated below for that beverage.

BEVERAGES
• Milk, cow’s, nonfat or 1%, 8 fl oz
• Soy milk, unsweetened, 8 fl oz sweetened, 6 fl oz
• Almond milk, unsweetened, 16 fl oz sweetened, 8 fl oz
• Coconut water, 16 fl oz
• Coconut milk beverage (from a carton, not canned!), unsweetened, 12 fl oz sweetened, 8 fl oz
• Fresh fruit juices, 8 fl oz
• Rice milk, original or vanilla, 6 fl oz
• Wine, 4 fl oz
• P90X Results and Recovery Formula®, 1 scoop (30 g)

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TREATS
In addition to your tasty beverages, three times a week, you can replace a Yellow Container with a treat. You won’t necessarily use the Yellow Container for your treat. (It could get pretty ugly if you try to eat an entire Yellow Container of chocolate chips.) Instead, use the container matching the color of the square next to the treat of your choice.
For example, if you decide to indulge in a few well-earned chocolate-covered raisins, fill the Orange Container with your treat, but check a Yellow Container off your Tally Sheet.
Dried fruit medley
Chocolate chips or chunks, dark
Potato chips, plain kettle
Tortilla chips, plain corn
Chocolate-covered almonds, 6 pieces
Chocolate-covered raisins
Banana Oatmeal Cookies, 2 cookies (see page 61)
Oatmeal Cookies with Chocolate Morsels and Toasted Pecans,
2 cookies (see page 63)
High-Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Snack Bars,
1 bar (see page 62)
Popcorn Mix with Raisins, Almonds, and Dried Fruit
(see page 63)

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REPLACEMENT FOOD
CONTAINER GROUPS
BEVERAGES
Three times a week, you can replace one of your Yellow
Container portions with a tasty beverage from the list below. To do this, fill the provided Shakeology shaker cup
(as opposed to the Yellow Container) to the fluid oz. mark indicated below for that beverage.

BEVERAGES
• Milk, cow’s, nonfat or 1%, 8 fl oz
• Soy milk, unsweetened, 8 fl oz sweetened, 6 fl oz
• Almond milk, unsweetened, 16 fl oz sweetened, 8 fl oz
• Coconut water, 16 fl oz
• Coconut milk beverage (from a carton, not canned!), unsweetened, 12 fl oz sweetened, 8 fl oz
• Fresh fruit juices, 8 fl oz
• Rice milk, original or vanilla, 6 fl oz
• Wine, 4 fl oz
• P90X Results and Recovery Formula®, 1 scoop (30 g)

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TREATS
In addition to your tasty beverages, three times a week, you can replace a Yellow Container with a treat. You won’t necessarily use the Yellow Container for your treat. (It could get pretty ugly if you try to eat an entire Yellow Container of chocolate chips.) Instead, use the container matching the color of the square next to the treat of your choice.
For example, if you decide to indulge in a few well-earned chocolate-covered raisins, fill the Orange Container with your treat, but check a Yellow Container off your Tally Sheet.
Dried fruit medley
Chocolate chips or chunks, dark
Potato chips, plain kettle
Tortilla chips, plain corn
Chocolate-covered almonds, 6 pieces
Chocolate-covered raisins
Banana Oatmeal Cookies, 2 cookies (see page 61)
Oatmeal Cookies with Chocolate Morsels and Toasted Pecans,
2 cookies (see page 63)
High-Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Snack Bars,
1 bar (see page 62)
Popcorn Mix with Raisins, Almonds, and Dried Fruit
(see page 63)

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RECIPES

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RECIPES

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SEASONING MIXES
Here’s a fast and easy way to bring your savory foods to life! Just combine these herbs, mix well, and store them in an airtight container. Use them as a rub for roasting or grilling chicken, meat, or fish, or use them to spice up ground chicken, turkey, or beef. You can also use these mixes to flavor rice, lentils, beans, quinoa, and vegetables.

ALL-PURPOSE SEASONING
4 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tsp.
¼ tsp.
¼ tsp.
1 tsp.

onion powder garlic powder mustard powder dried thyme ground black pepper sea salt

NOTE: These mixes are all-you-can-eat.

SMOKY SOUTHWESTERN SEASONING
1 Tbsp.
2 tsp.
1 tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
1 tsp.

chili powder ground cumin coriander onion powder garlic powder dried oregano smoked paprika sea salt

MEDITERRANEAN SEASONING
4 Tbsp.
4 tsp.
2 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
¼ tsp.

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dried parsley, crushed dried onion flakes dried basil, crushed ground oregano ground thyme garlic powder sea salt ground black pepper

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SEASONING MIXES
Here’s a fast and easy way to bring your savory foods to life! Just combine these herbs, mix well, and store them in an airtight container. Use them as a rub for roasting or grilling chicken, meat, or fish, or use them to spice up ground chicken, turkey, or beef. You can also use these mixes to flavor rice, lentils, beans, quinoa, and vegetables.

ALL-PURPOSE SEASONING
4 tsp.
2 tsp.
2 tsp.
¼ tsp.
¼ tsp.
1 tsp.

onion powder garlic powder mustard powder dried thyme ground black pepper sea salt

NOTE: These mixes are all-you-can-eat.

SMOKY SOUTHWESTERN SEASONING
1 Tbsp.
2 tsp.
1 tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
½ tsp.
1 tsp.

chili powder ground cumin coriander onion powder garlic powder dried oregano smoked paprika sea salt

MEDITERRANEAN SEASONING
4 Tbsp.
4 tsp.
2 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
1 tsp.
¼ tsp.

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dried parsley, crushed dried onion flakes dried basil, crushed ground oregano ground thyme garlic powder sea salt ground black pepper

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CONTAINER RECIPES
Here are a variety of simple, healthy recipes designed to work perfectly with the various colored containers.
NOTE: All Green Container recipes count for One Green Container portion and
One Teaspoon portion.

GREEN CONTAINER
MIXED VEGGIE STIR-FRY
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

1 tsp.
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
½ tsp.

One Green Container

olive oil chopped asparagus spears chopped red bell pepper chopped carrots chopped onions
Mediterranean Seasoning or All-Purpose
Seasoning (see pg. 43)

1. Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat.
2. Combine asparagus, pepper, carrots, onions, and Seasoning.
3. Cook vegetables in skillet, mixing frequently for
2 to 3 minutes or until tender-crisp.

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COOKING TIP:
Add finely chopped fresh ginger from the FREE FOODS list to add additional flavor to your veggies.

SAUTÉED KALE
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

1 tsp.
¼ cup
2 cups
½ tsp.

One Green Container

olive oil chopped onion chopped raw kale
All-Purpose Seasoning or Mediterranean
Seasoning (see pg. 43)

1. Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat.
2. Cook onion, stirring frequently for 2 minutes or until translucent.
3. Add kale and Seasoning; continue cooking for 3 to 5 minutes or until kale is wilted.

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CONTAINER RECIPES
Here are a variety of simple, healthy recipes designed to work perfectly with the various colored containers.
NOTE: All Green Container recipes count for One Green Container portion and
One Teaspoon portion.

GREEN CONTAINER
MIXED VEGGIE STIR-FRY
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

1 tsp.
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
¼ cup
½ tsp.

One Green Container

olive oil chopped asparagus spears chopped red bell pepper chopped carrots chopped onions
Mediterranean Seasoning or All-Purpose
Seasoning (see pg. 43)

1. Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat.
2. Combine asparagus, pepper, carrots, onions, and Seasoning.
3. Cook vegetables in skillet, mixing frequently for
2 to 3 minutes or until tender-crisp.

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COOKING TIP:
Add finely chopped fresh ginger from the FREE FOODS list to add additional flavor to your veggies.

SAUTÉED KALE
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

1 tsp.
¼ cup
2 cups
½ tsp.

One Green Container

olive oil chopped onion chopped raw kale
All-Purpose Seasoning or Mediterranean
Seasoning (see pg. 43)

1. Heat oil in medium skillet over medium heat.
2. Cook onion, stirring frequently for 2 minutes or until translucent.
3. Add kale and Seasoning; continue cooking for 3 to 5 minutes or until kale is wilted.

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NOTE: Some Red Container recipes count for One Red Container portion and
One Teaspoon portion. Others are just one Red Container, so pay attention.

RED CONTAINER

HARD-BOILED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

2

One Red Container

large eggs
Cold water

1. Place eggs in saucepan and add cold water to cover eggs by one inch.
2. Bring water just to a boil over high heat. Remove from heat, cover, and let stand for 12 minutes.
3. Remove from hot water and serve warm or rinse in cold water until cool.
SERVING TIP:
Sprinkle eggs with Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43).
POACHED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)

SCRAMBLED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

2

Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Red Container

Nonstick cooking spray large eggs, lightly beaten

1. Heat nonstick skillet lightly coated with spray over medium-low heat. Add eggs; cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes, or until eggs are set.
COOKING TIP:
Add a dash of All-Purpose Seasoning (see pg. 43) in the lightly beaten egg before cooking.

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1 cup
½ tsp.
2

One Red Container

water fresh lemon juice (or white vinegar) large eggs

1. Place water in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add lemon juice; reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil.
2. Break eggs into a small bowl. Hold bowl close to the water’s surface and slip the eggs, one by one, into the water. Cook until whites are completely set and yolks begin to thicken, about 5 minutes.
Gently lift eggs out of water; keep warm.

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NOTE: Some Red Container recipes count for One Red Container portion and
One Teaspoon portion. Others are just one Red Container, so pay attention.

RED CONTAINER

HARD-BOILED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

2

One Red Container

large eggs
Cold water

1. Place eggs in saucepan and add cold water to cover eggs by one inch.
2. Bring water just to a boil over high heat. Remove from heat, cover, and let stand for 12 minutes.
3. Remove from hot water and serve warm or rinse in cold water until cool.
SERVING TIP:
Sprinkle eggs with Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43).
POACHED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)

SCRAMBLED EGGS
(Makes 1 serving, 2 eggs each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

2

Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Red Container

Nonstick cooking spray large eggs, lightly beaten

1. Heat nonstick skillet lightly coated with spray over medium-low heat. Add eggs; cook, stirring occasionally, for 3 to 5 minutes, or until eggs are set.
COOKING TIP:
Add a dash of All-Purpose Seasoning (see pg. 43) in the lightly beaten egg before cooking.

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1 cup
½ tsp.
2

One Red Container

water fresh lemon juice (or white vinegar) large eggs

1. Place water in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Add lemon juice; reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil.
2. Break eggs into a small bowl. Hold bowl close to the water’s surface and slip the eggs, one by one, into the water. Cook until whites are completely set and yolks begin to thicken, about 5 minutes.
Gently lift eggs out of water; keep warm.

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BAKED CHICKEN BREAST
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw chicken breast, boneless, skinless olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
2. Place chicken in ovenproof dish.
3. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern Seasoning (if desired).
4. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink in the middle and juices run clear.

CUMIN TEMPEH STRIPS
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

5
1
1
1

oz tsp. dash dash One Red Container

soy tempeh olive oil ground cumin smoked paprika
Sea salt (to taste)

COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the chicken breasts. Cook chicken breast for the following times:
3 to 6 oz – 15 to 20 minutes
7 to 12 oz – 18 to 25 minutes
13 to 16 oz – 20 to 30 minutes
You can also season chicken with lemon or lime juice and dry herbs like rosemary and thyme.

1. Cut tempeh into strips; drizzle both sides evenly with oil.
2. Season both sides of tempeh strips evenly with salt, cumin, and paprika.
3. Heat medium skillet over medium heat.
Cook tempeh for 2 to 3 minutes on both sides.

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BAKED CHICKEN BREAST
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw chicken breast, boneless, skinless olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat oven to 375° F.
2. Place chicken in ovenproof dish.
3. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern Seasoning (if desired).
4. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until chicken is no longer pink in the middle and juices run clear.

CUMIN TEMPEH STRIPS
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

5
1
1
1

oz tsp. dash dash One Red Container

soy tempeh olive oil ground cumin smoked paprika
Sea salt (to taste)

COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the chicken breasts. Cook chicken breast for the following times:
3 to 6 oz – 15 to 20 minutes
7 to 12 oz – 18 to 25 minutes
13 to 16 oz – 20 to 30 minutes
You can also season chicken with lemon or lime juice and dry herbs like rosemary and thyme.

1. Cut tempeh into strips; drizzle both sides evenly with oil.
2. Season both sides of tempeh strips evenly with salt, cumin, and paprika.
3. Heat medium skillet over medium heat.
Cook tempeh for 2 to 3 minutes on both sides.

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WHITE FISH
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw white fish (such as cod, tilapia, halibut, etc.) olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Mediterranean Seasoning
(see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat broiler to high.
2. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or
Mediterranean Seasoning (if desired).
3. Broil fish for about 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until fish is opaque and flakes easily when tested with a fork.
COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the fish. Cook fish for the following times:
4 to 6 oz – 5 to 7 minutes on each side
7 to 12 oz – 6 to 9 minutes on each side
13 to 16 oz – 7 to 10 minutes on each side
You can also season fish with lemon or lime juice and dry herbs like dill and basil.

BEEF
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw beef (such as flank steak, beef sirloin, beef tri-tip, etc.) olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat grill or broiler to high.
2. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern Seasoning (if desired).
3. Grill or broil beef for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side for medium-rare, or 6 to 7 minutes on each side for medium. Remove from heat; let stand for 5 minutes.
COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the beef. For medium-rare, cook beef for the following times:
3 to 6 oz – 4 to 7 minutes on each side
7 to 12 oz – 6 to 9 minutes on each side
13 to 16 oz – 7 to 10 minutes on each side
You can also season beef with garlic and dry herbs like sage and parsley.

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WHITE FISH
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw white fish (such as cod, tilapia, halibut, etc.) olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Mediterranean Seasoning
(see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat broiler to high.
2. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or
Mediterranean Seasoning (if desired).
3. Broil fish for about 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until fish is opaque and flakes easily when tested with a fork.
COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the fish. Cook fish for the following times:
4 to 6 oz – 5 to 7 minutes on each side
7 to 12 oz – 6 to 9 minutes on each side
13 to 16 oz – 7 to 10 minutes on each side
You can also season fish with lemon or lime juice and dry herbs like dill and basil.

BEEF
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Teaspoon

4 oz
1 tsp.

One Red Container

raw beef (such as flank steak, beef sirloin, beef tri-tip, etc.) olive oil
All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) (to taste; optional)

1. Preheat grill or broiler to high.
2. Drizzle with oil. Season with All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern Seasoning (if desired).
3. Grill or broil beef for about 4 to 5 minutes on each side for medium-rare, or 6 to 7 minutes on each side for medium. Remove from heat; let stand for 5 minutes.
COOKING TIP:
Cooking times may vary depending on the thickness and weight of the beef. For medium-rare, cook beef for the following times:
3 to 6 oz – 4 to 7 minutes on each side
7 to 12 oz – 6 to 9 minutes on each side
13 to 16 oz – 7 to 10 minutes on each side
You can also season beef with garlic and dry herbs like sage and parsley.

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NOTE: All Yellow Container recipes count for One Yellow Container portion.

YELLOW CONTAINER
BROWN RICE
(Makes 4 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 cups

One Yellow Container

dry brown rice cold water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Combine rice, water, salt (if desired), and pepper
(if desired) in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat.
2. Reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook, covered, for 50 minutes. Keep covered the entire time or rice will not cook evenly.
3. Remove pan from heat and let rice rest, covered, for 10 minutes. Do not remove lid.
4. Fluff with a fork and serve.
COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more rice than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For Spanish-style rice, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use Smoky Southwestern Seasoning
(see pg. 43) after it’s cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your rice.

QUINOA
(Makes 4 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 cups

One Yellow Container

dry quinoa cold water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Rinse quinoa thoroughly.
2. Combine quinoa, water, salt (if desired), and pepper
(if desired) in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat.
3. Reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook, covered, for 15 minutes or until all water has been absorbed.
4. Remove pan from heat and let quinoa rest, covered, for 5 minutes.
5. Fluff with a fork and serve.
COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more quinoa than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored quinoa, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning (see pg. 43) after it’s cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your quinoa.

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NOTE: All Yellow Container recipes count for One Yellow Container portion.

YELLOW CONTAINER
BROWN RICE
(Makes 4 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 cups

One Yellow Container

dry brown rice cold water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Combine rice, water, salt (if desired), and pepper
(if desired) in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat.
2. Reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook, covered, for 50 minutes. Keep covered the entire time or rice will not cook evenly.
3. Remove pan from heat and let rice rest, covered, for 10 minutes. Do not remove lid.
4. Fluff with a fork and serve.
COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more rice than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For Spanish-style rice, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use Smoky Southwestern Seasoning
(see pg. 43) after it’s cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your rice.

QUINOA
(Makes 4 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 cups

One Yellow Container

dry quinoa cold water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Rinse quinoa thoroughly.
2. Combine quinoa, water, salt (if desired), and pepper
(if desired) in medium saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat.
3. Reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook, covered, for 15 minutes or until all water has been absorbed.
4. Remove pan from heat and let quinoa rest, covered, for 5 minutes.
5. Fluff with a fork and serve.
COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more quinoa than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored quinoa, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning (see pg. 43) after it’s cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your quinoa.

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BEANS
(Makes 6 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
3 cups

dry beans water Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Sort through the beans to make sure there are no small stones.
Rinse beans in colander under cool water.
2. Place beans and water in medium saucepan. Soak for 6 hours or preferably overnight. Drain; discard water.
3. Place beans in large saucepan; add water to cover beans by two inches and salt (if desired) and pepper (if desired).
Bring to a boil over high heat. Cover, and reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook for 60 to 90 minutes or until beans are tender.

LENTILS
(Makes 6 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

One Yellow Container

One Yellow Container

1 cup dry brown lentils
1¾ cups water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)
1. Sort through the lentils to make sure there are no small stones. Rinse lentils in colander under cool water.
2. Bring water, salt (if desired), and pepper (if desired) to a boil in a medium saucepan over high heat; add lentils.
3. Bring back to a boil; cover, and reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil. Cook for 20 minutes or until lentils are tender.

COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more beans than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored beans, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) after they’re cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your beans.

COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more lentils than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored lentils, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) after they’re cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your lentils.
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BEANS
(Makes 6 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
3 cups

dry beans water Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)

1. Sort through the beans to make sure there are no small stones.
Rinse beans in colander under cool water.
2. Place beans and water in medium saucepan. Soak for 6 hours or preferably overnight. Drain; discard water.
3. Place beans in large saucepan; add water to cover beans by two inches and salt (if desired) and pepper (if desired).
Bring to a boil over high heat. Cover, and reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil; cook for 60 to 90 minutes or until beans are tender.

LENTILS
(Makes 6 servings)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

One Yellow Container

One Yellow Container

1 cup dry brown lentils
1¾ cups water
Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste; optional)
1. Sort through the lentils to make sure there are no small stones. Rinse lentils in colander under cool water.
2. Bring water, salt (if desired), and pepper (if desired) to a boil in a medium saucepan over high heat; add lentils.
3. Bring back to a boil; cover, and reduce heat to maintain a gentle boil. Cook for 20 minutes or until lentils are tender.

COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more beans than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored beans, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) after they’re cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your beans.

COOKING TIP:
As a convenience, you can cook more lentils than you need and store the leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 4 days.
For flavored lentils, skip the optional sea salt and pepper and use All-Purpose Seasoning or Smoky Southwestern
Seasoning (see pg. 43) after they’re cooked.
Add chopped fresh herbs from the FREE FOODS list (see pg. 37) to add flavor and color to your lentils.
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DRESSINGS

CREAMY HERB DRESSING
(Makes 12 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

Salads are a staple of any healthy diet. However, that doesn’t mean you have to be a rabbit, content to nibble on bland, ol’ greens. Here are some mouthwatering dressings that will make your salad come to life!
NOTE: One serving of each of these dressings satisfies One Orange Container portion.

BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 8 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

6 Tbsp.
¼ cup
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
6 Tbsp.

One Orange Container

balsamic vinegar fresh lemon juice raw honey (or pure maple syrup)
Dijon mustard extra-virgin olive oil

One Orange Container

1 medium avocado, cut into chunks
1½ cups nonfat plain Greek yogurt
4 Tbsp. finely chopped herbs (like tarragon, parsley, mint, or cilantro)
3 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
¼ tsp. sea salt
1 dash ground white pepper
1
⁄3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1. Place avocado, yogurt, herbs, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
2. Continue blending avocado mixture, slowly adding oil until well blended.
3. Store in the refrigerator, tightly covered, until ready for use.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great as a dip for raw vegetables.

1. Combine vinegar, lemon juice, and honey in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Stir in mustard; mix well.
3. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator. If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for 30 minutes and stir before serving.
This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken and beef.

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DRESSINGS

CREAMY HERB DRESSING
(Makes 12 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

Salads are a staple of any healthy diet. However, that doesn’t mean you have to be a rabbit, content to nibble on bland, ol’ greens. Here are some mouthwatering dressings that will make your salad come to life!
NOTE: One serving of each of these dressings satisfies One Orange Container portion.

BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 8 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

6 Tbsp.
¼ cup
1 tsp.
2 tsp.
6 Tbsp.

One Orange Container

balsamic vinegar fresh lemon juice raw honey (or pure maple syrup)
Dijon mustard extra-virgin olive oil

One Orange Container

1 medium avocado, cut into chunks
1½ cups nonfat plain Greek yogurt
4 Tbsp. finely chopped herbs (like tarragon, parsley, mint, or cilantro)
3 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
¼ tsp. sea salt
1 dash ground white pepper
1
⁄3 cup extra-virgin olive oil
1. Place avocado, yogurt, herbs, lemon juice, salt, and pepper in a blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
2. Continue blending avocado mixture, slowly adding oil until well blended.
3. Store in the refrigerator, tightly covered, until ready for use.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great as a dip for raw vegetables.

1. Combine vinegar, lemon juice, and honey in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Stir in mustard; mix well.
3. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator. If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for 30 minutes and stir before serving.
This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken and beef.

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DIJON VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 8 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

3 Tbsp.
3 Tbsp.
3 Tbsp.
2 cloves
¼ tsp.
¼ tsp.
6 Tbsp.

One Orange Container

red wine vinegar fresh lemon juice
Dijon mustard garlic, chopped sea salt ground black pepper extra-virgin olive oil

1. Combine vinegar, lemon juice, mustard, garlic, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator. If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for 30 minutes and stir before serving.
LEMON TARRAGON VINAIGRETTE

This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken, beef, and pork.

(Makes 6 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

One Orange Container

¼ cup
¼ cup
6

fresh lemon juice finely chopped shallot fresh tarragon sprigs, leaves removed and chopped, stem discarded
4 tsp.
Dijon mustard
¼ tsp. sea salt
¼ tsp. ground black pepper
6 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
1. Combine lemon juice, shallot, tarragon, mustard, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for
30 minutes and stir before serving.
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This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken and beef.

ASIAN CITRUS VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 6 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

¼ cup
¼ cup
2 Tbsp.
2 tsp.
½-inch
¼ cup

One Orange Container

100% orange juice rice vinegar reduced-sodium soy sauce raw honey fresh ginger, peeled, finely grated sesame oil

1. Combine orange juice, vinegar, soy sauce, honey, and ginger in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for
30 minutes and stir before serving.
This dressing is wonderful on Asian salads or in a stir-fry, but it’s also great drizzled over grilled chicken, beef, and pork.

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DIJON VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 8 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

3 Tbsp.
3 Tbsp.
3 Tbsp.
2 cloves
¼ tsp.
¼ tsp.
6 Tbsp.

One Orange Container

red wine vinegar fresh lemon juice
Dijon mustard garlic, chopped sea salt ground black pepper extra-virgin olive oil

1. Combine vinegar, lemon juice, mustard, garlic, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator. If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for 30 minutes and stir before serving.
LEMON TARRAGON VINAIGRETTE

This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken, beef, and pork.

(Makes 6 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

One Orange Container

¼ cup
¼ cup
6

fresh lemon juice finely chopped shallot fresh tarragon sprigs, leaves removed and chopped, stem discarded
4 tsp.
Dijon mustard
¼ tsp. sea salt
¼ tsp. ground black pepper
6 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
1. Combine lemon juice, shallot, tarragon, mustard, salt, and pepper in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for
30 minutes and stir before serving.
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This dressing is wonderful on salads, but also great drizzled over sautéed veggies, steamed fish, or grilled chicken and beef.

ASIAN CITRUS VINAIGRETTE
(Makes 6 servings, about 6 tsp. each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

¼ cup
¼ cup
2 Tbsp.
2 tsp.
½-inch
¼ cup

One Orange Container

100% orange juice rice vinegar reduced-sodium soy sauce raw honey fresh ginger, peeled, finely grated sesame oil

1. Combine orange juice, vinegar, soy sauce, honey, and ginger in a medium bowl; whisk to blend.
2. Slowly add oil while whisking; mix well.
TIP/SERVING SUGGESTION:
Store leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.
If dressing thickens when cold, hold at room temperature for
30 minutes and stir before serving.
This dressing is wonderful on Asian salads or in a stir-fry, but it’s also great drizzled over grilled chicken, beef, and pork.

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NOTE: One serving of these treats replaces a Yellow Container portion.

TREATS
Sure, you could settle for additive- and preservative-packed, store-bought treats. Or you could invest a few minutes in the kitchen and enjoy these tempting—and pretty darn healthy— homemade goodies.

DOUBLE CHOCOLATE COOKIES
(Makes 15 servings, 1 cookie each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

¼ cup
½ cup
1
⁄3 cup
¼ cup
1
⁄3 cup
¼ cup
½ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray extra-virgin coconut oil, melted unsweetened applesauce pure maple syrup canned lite coconut milk coconut flour whole wheat flour all-natural cocoa powder semisweet chocolate morsels (or slivered raw almonds, chopped pecans, dried cherries, or raisins)

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine coconut oil, applesauce, maple syrup, and coconut milk in a medium bowl; mix well. Set aside.
4. Combine coconut flour, whole wheat flour, and cocoa powder in a small bowl; mix well.
5. Add flour mixture to applesauce mixture; mix until well blended.
6. Add morsels; mix until blended.
7. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet.
8. Bake for 12 minutes or until firm.

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TIP:
For a gluten-free version, substitute 1⁄3 cup brown rice flour for whole wheat flour.

BANANA OATMEAL COOKIES
(Makes 8 servings, 2 cookies each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 tsp.
¼ tsp.
2
¼ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray old-fashioned rolled oats ground cinnamon sea salt ripe medium bananas, mashed golden raisins chopped raw walnuts

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine oats, cinnamon, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well.
4. Add bananas, raisins, and walnuts; mix well.
5. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet; flatten cookies with a spatula.
6. Bake for 14 to 15 minutes or until firm.
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NOTE: One serving of these treats replaces a Yellow Container portion.

TREATS
Sure, you could settle for additive- and preservative-packed, store-bought treats. Or you could invest a few minutes in the kitchen and enjoy these tempting—and pretty darn healthy— homemade goodies.

DOUBLE CHOCOLATE COOKIES
(Makes 15 servings, 1 cookie each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

¼ cup
½ cup
1
⁄3 cup
¼ cup
1
⁄3 cup
¼ cup
½ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray extra-virgin coconut oil, melted unsweetened applesauce pure maple syrup canned lite coconut milk coconut flour whole wheat flour all-natural cocoa powder semisweet chocolate morsels (or slivered raw almonds, chopped pecans, dried cherries, or raisins)

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine coconut oil, applesauce, maple syrup, and coconut milk in a medium bowl; mix well. Set aside.
4. Combine coconut flour, whole wheat flour, and cocoa powder in a small bowl; mix well.
5. Add flour mixture to applesauce mixture; mix until well blended.
6. Add morsels; mix until blended.
7. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet.
8. Bake for 12 minutes or until firm.

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TIP:
For a gluten-free version, substitute 1⁄3 cup brown rice flour for whole wheat flour.

BANANA OATMEAL COOKIES
(Makes 8 servings, 2 cookies each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
2 tsp.
¼ tsp.
2
¼ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray old-fashioned rolled oats ground cinnamon sea salt ripe medium bananas, mashed golden raisins chopped raw walnuts

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine oats, cinnamon, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well.
4. Add bananas, raisins, and walnuts; mix well.
5. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet; flatten cookies with a spatula.
6. Bake for 14 to 15 minutes or until firm.
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HIGH-PROTEIN CHOCOLATE
PEANUT BUTTER SNACK BARS
(Makes 24 servings, 1 bar each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

4 scoops
2 cups
1
⁄3 cup
½ cup
1 cup
½ cup

One Yellow Container

Chocolate Shakeology quick-cooking old-fashioned rolled oats chopped raw peanuts golden raisins unsweetened almond milk all-natural creamy peanut butter

1. Combine Shakeology, oats, peanuts, and raisins in a large mixing bowl; mix well.
2. Add almond milk and peanut butter; mix well.
3. Press mixture into 8 x 8-inch baking pan; cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours.
4. Cut into 24 bars.

OATMEAL COOKIES WITH CHOCOLATE
MORSELS AND TOASTED PECANS
(Makes 8 servings, 2 cookies each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
1 tsp.
¼ tsp.
1 cup
¼ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray old-fashioned rolled oats ground cinnamon sea salt unsweetened applesauce semisweet chocolate morsels chopped raw pecans, toasted

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine oats, cinnamon, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well.
4. Add applesauce, morsels, and pecans; mix well.
5. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet; flatten with a spatula.
6. Bake for 14 to 16 minutes or until firm.
POPCORN MIX WITH RAISINS, ALMONDS,
AND DRIED FRUIT
(Makes 4 servings, 1 cup each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

3½ cups
¼ cup
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
½ tsp.

One Yellow Container

air-popped popcorn raisins whole raw almonds chopped dried fruit sea salt (optional)

1. Combine popcorn, raisins, almonds, dried fruit, and salt (if desired) in a medium bowl; mix well.

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TIP:
Air-popped popcorn can be made using an air-popped popcorn maker (an inexpensive appliance you’ll find online or at any big box retailer), or it can be made in the microwave. Place 3 Tbsp. kernels in a large brown paper bag. Seal bag tightly. Microwave on “high” for 1½ to 2 minutes or until there are 2 seconds between pops.

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HIGH-PROTEIN CHOCOLATE
PEANUT BUTTER SNACK BARS
(Makes 24 servings, 1 bar each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

4 scoops
2 cups
1
⁄3 cup
½ cup
1 cup
½ cup

One Yellow Container

Chocolate Shakeology quick-cooking old-fashioned rolled oats chopped raw peanuts golden raisins unsweetened almond milk all-natural creamy peanut butter

1. Combine Shakeology, oats, peanuts, and raisins in a large mixing bowl; mix well.
2. Add almond milk and peanut butter; mix well.
3. Press mixture into 8 x 8-inch baking pan; cover and refrigerate for at least 3 hours.
4. Cut into 24 bars.

OATMEAL COOKIES WITH CHOCOLATE
MORSELS AND TOASTED PECANS
(Makes 8 servings, 2 cookies each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

1 cup
1 tsp.
¼ tsp.
1 cup
¼ cup
¼ cup

One Yellow Container

Nonstick cooking spray old-fashioned rolled oats ground cinnamon sea salt unsweetened applesauce semisweet chocolate morsels chopped raw pecans, toasted

1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
2. Lightly coat baking sheet with spray. Set aside.
3. Combine oats, cinnamon, and salt in a medium bowl; mix well.
4. Add applesauce, morsels, and pecans; mix well.
5. Drop by heaping Tbsp. onto prepared baking sheet; flatten with a spatula.
6. Bake for 14 to 16 minutes or until firm.
POPCORN MIX WITH RAISINS, ALMONDS,
AND DRIED FRUIT
(Makes 4 servings, 1 cup each)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

3½ cups
¼ cup
2 Tbsp.
2 Tbsp.
½ tsp.

One Yellow Container

air-popped popcorn raisins whole raw almonds chopped dried fruit sea salt (optional)

1. Combine popcorn, raisins, almonds, dried fruit, and salt (if desired) in a medium bowl; mix well.

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TIP:
Air-popped popcorn can be made using an air-popped popcorn maker (an inexpensive appliance you’ll find online or at any big box retailer), or it can be made in the microwave. Place 3 Tbsp. kernels in a large brown paper bag. Seal bag tightly. Microwave on “high” for 1½ to 2 minutes or until there are 2 seconds between pops.

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SHAKEOLOGY
Whether you’re drinking Chocolate, Greenberry, Vanilla,
Strawberry, Chocolate Vegan, or Tropical Strawberry Vegan,
Shakeology is a satisfying, healthy addition to the 21 Day
Fix. But if you really want to dial up the variety, here are some delicious ways to shake things up a little.
QUICK & LIGHT:
CHOCOLATE CHAI
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

8 fluid oz
1 scoop
¼ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed black tea, cooled
Chocolate Shakeology pumpkin pie spice ice Place tea, Shakeology, pumpkin pie spice, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
VANILLA MOCHA
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

8 fluid oz
1 scoop
½ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed unsweetened coffee, cooled
Chocolate Shakeology pure vanilla extract ice Place coffee, Shakeology, extract, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

VANILLA CHAI
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

4
4
1
1
1
8

fluid oz fluid oz scoop tsp. dash fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed unsweetened chai tea, cooled water Vanilla Shakeology raw honey ground allspice ice Place tea, water, Shakeology, honey, allspice, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
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SHAKEOLOGY
Whether you’re drinking Chocolate, Greenberry, Vanilla,
Strawberry, Chocolate Vegan, or Tropical Strawberry Vegan,
Shakeology is a satisfying, healthy addition to the 21 Day
Fix. But if you really want to dial up the variety, here are some delicious ways to shake things up a little.
QUICK & LIGHT:
CHOCOLATE CHAI
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

8 fluid oz
1 scoop
¼ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed black tea, cooled
Chocolate Shakeology pumpkin pie spice ice Place tea, Shakeology, pumpkin pie spice, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
VANILLA MOCHA
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

8 fluid oz
1 scoop
½ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed unsweetened coffee, cooled
Chocolate Shakeology pure vanilla extract ice Place coffee, Shakeology, extract, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

VANILLA CHAI
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

4
4
1
1
1
8

fluid oz fluid oz scoop tsp. dash fluid oz

One Red Container

brewed unsweetened chai tea, cooled water Vanilla Shakeology raw honey ground allspice ice Place tea, water, Shakeology, honey, allspice, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
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EASY & FILLING:
STRAWBERRY MOJITO

PB & B

(Makes 1 serving)

(Makes 1 serving)

Container Equivalents (per serving):

8
1
3
6
8

fluid oz scoop tsp. tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Strawberry or Tropical Strawberry Vegan Shakeology fresh lime juice chopped fresh mint leaves ice Place water, Shakeology, lime juice, mint leaves, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
BASIL DELIGHT

8
1
3
6
8

fluid oz scoop tsp. tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Greenberry Shakeology fresh lime juice chopped fresh basil leaves ice Place water, Shakeology, lime juice, basil, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

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8 fluid oz
1 scoop
3 tsp.
¼
8 fluid oz

water
Chocolate Shakeology all-natural peanut butter medium banana ice Place water, Shakeology, peanut butter, banana, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
PB & J

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Red Container and Three Teaspoons

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Purple Container, and

8
1
1
2
8

fluid oz scoop cup tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container,
Two Teaspoons

water
Chocolate Shakeology red grapes all-natural peanut butter ice Place water, Shakeology, grapes, peanut butter, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

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EASY & FILLING:
STRAWBERRY MOJITO

PB & B

(Makes 1 serving)

(Makes 1 serving)

Container Equivalents (per serving):

8
1
3
6
8

fluid oz scoop tsp. tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Strawberry or Tropical Strawberry Vegan Shakeology fresh lime juice chopped fresh mint leaves ice Place water, Shakeology, lime juice, mint leaves, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
BASIL DELIGHT

8
1
3
6
8

fluid oz scoop tsp. tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Greenberry Shakeology fresh lime juice chopped fresh basil leaves ice Place water, Shakeology, lime juice, basil, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

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8 fluid oz
1 scoop
3 tsp.
¼
8 fluid oz

water
Chocolate Shakeology all-natural peanut butter medium banana ice Place water, Shakeology, peanut butter, banana, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
PB & J

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):

Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Red Container and Three Teaspoons

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Purple Container, and

8
1
1
2
8

fluid oz scoop cup tsp. fluid oz

One Red Container,
Two Teaspoons

water
Chocolate Shakeology red grapes all-natural peanut butter ice Place water, Shakeology, grapes, peanut butter, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

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CHOCOLATE SPICE
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Yellow Container

4 fluid oz
4 fluid oz
1 scoop
½ tsp.
¼ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

unsweetened almond milk water Chocolate Shakeology ground cinnamon ground nutmeg ice Place milk, water, Shakeology, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
VERY BERRY
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Purple Container

8
1
1
8

fluid oz scoop cup fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Greenberry Shakeology mixed fresh or frozen berries ice Place water, Shakeology, mixed berries, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

COCO-AVOCADO
(Makes 1 serving)

ALMOND PARADISE

Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Blue Container

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Yellow Container, and

4
4
1
1
8

fluid oz fluid oz tsp. scoop fluid oz

One Red Container,
One Teaspoon

unsweetened almond milk water all-natural almond butter
Strawberry or Tropical Strawberry Vegan Shakeology ice 8 fluid oz
½ tsp.
1 scoop
¼ cup
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

water coconut extract
Vanilla Shakeology mashed avocado ice Place water, coconut extract, Shakeology, avocado, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

Place milk, water, almond butter, Shakeology, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
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CHOCOLATE SPICE
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Yellow Container

4 fluid oz
4 fluid oz
1 scoop
½ tsp.
¼ tsp.
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

unsweetened almond milk water Chocolate Shakeology ground cinnamon ground nutmeg ice Place milk, water, Shakeology, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
VERY BERRY
(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Purple Container

8
1
1
8

fluid oz scoop cup fluid oz

One Red Container

water
Greenberry Shakeology mixed fresh or frozen berries ice Place water, Shakeology, mixed berries, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

COCO-AVOCADO
(Makes 1 serving)

ALMOND PARADISE

Container Equivalents (per serving): and One Blue Container

(Makes 1 serving)
Container Equivalents (per serving):
One Yellow Container, and

4
4
1
1
8

fluid oz fluid oz tsp. scoop fluid oz

One Red Container,
One Teaspoon

unsweetened almond milk water all-natural almond butter
Strawberry or Tropical Strawberry Vegan Shakeology ice 8 fluid oz
½ tsp.
1 scoop
¼ cup
8 fluid oz

One Red Container

water coconut extract
Vanilla Shakeology mashed avocado ice Place water, coconut extract, Shakeology, avocado, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.

Place milk, water, almond butter, Shakeology, and ice in blender; cover. Blend until smooth.
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RESTAURANT FOOD

AND MOM’S FAVORITES:
The Fix Mixed Food Guide

Ideally, you’ll spend the next 21 days eating nothing but foods from the 21 Day Fix Container Food Groups. Also ideally, public water fountains will dispense Shakeology and you’ll be able to build rock-hard glutes by watching game shows.
Back here in the real world, sometimes you’re stuck in situations where you don’t get to choose what you eat. Maybe you’re eating at a friend’s house. Maybe you’re dining out.
(We know. Torture!)
At these times, you have to make do with what’s available. After all, the individual foods in the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan are a clean, healthy way to eat—but sometimes it’s nice to mix things up!
To help you do this, we’ve selected some classic mixed foods, including several restaurant favorites, and worked them into the
Fix. Here’s how:

1. Pick your food from the list on the right.

EXAMPLE:
Meat lasagna:
Let’s say you want meat lasagna, which you put in your Green
Container. Once you’ve eaten it, go to your daily Tally Sheet and check off two Yellow Containers and one Red Container. Don’t check off a Green Container!
If we’ve missed your favorite food here, let us know on the Message
Boards at TeamBeachbody.com. Our expert staff can help you do the container math.
RESTAURANT
FOOD










2. If your choice is highlighted green, fill a green container with your food. If there’s no highlight, serve yourself the amount indicated within the parentheses, and use the container of your choice. (Aunt Fanny’s ambrosia bowl, for example.)

3. The colored squares following your mixed food choice will be the container portions this food will satisfy.
(So don’t forget to check them off on your Tally Sheet!)
If you put your food in a green container, that container doesn’t count as one of your portions.

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Cheese pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ............................................................................
Cheese and vegetable pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ..............................
Meat pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ...................................................................................
Meat lasagna ...................................................................................................................................
Vegetable lasagna ....................................................................................................................
Pasta with meat sauce or meatballs .................................................................
Pasta primavera ............................................................................................................................
Sushi roll with fish and veggies (6 pieces) ..............................................
Soups:
Bean or lentil .............................................................................................................................
Cream .................................................................................................................................................
Split pea ..........................................................................................................................................
Vegetable .......................................................................................................................................
Beef or chicken noodle ...............................................................................................
Chili with beef .................................................................................................................................
Vegetarian chili ..............................................................................................................................
Chicken or beef and vegetable stir-fry..........................................................
Chicken or beef lo mein ....................................................................................................
Vegetable lo mein.......................................................................................................................
Lean meat tacos (soft corn) with cheese, lettuce, and salsa (2 tacos)...................................................................................................................................
Large burrito with lean meat, beans, cheese, and salsa......
Tuna noodle casserole .........................................................................................................
Beef or chicken stew...............................................................................................................

PORTIONS TO
CHECK OFF

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RESTAURANT FOOD

AND MOM’S FAVORITES:
The Fix Mixed Food Guide

Ideally, you’ll spend the next 21 days eating nothing but foods from the 21 Day Fix Container Food Groups. Also ideally, public water fountains will dispense Shakeology and you’ll be able to build rock-hard glutes by watching game shows.
Back here in the real world, sometimes you’re stuck in situations where you don’t get to choose what you eat. Maybe you’re eating at a friend’s house. Maybe you’re dining out.
(We know. Torture!)
At these times, you have to make do with what’s available. After all, the individual foods in the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan are a clean, healthy way to eat—but sometimes it’s nice to mix things up!
To help you do this, we’ve selected some classic mixed foods, including several restaurant favorites, and worked them into the
Fix. Here’s how:

1. Pick your food from the list on the right.

EXAMPLE:
Meat lasagna:
Let’s say you want meat lasagna, which you put in your Green
Container. Once you’ve eaten it, go to your daily Tally Sheet and check off two Yellow Containers and one Red Container. Don’t check off a Green Container!
If we’ve missed your favorite food here, let us know on the Message
Boards at TeamBeachbody.com. Our expert staff can help you do the container math.
RESTAURANT
FOOD










2. If your choice is highlighted green, fill a green container with your food. If there’s no highlight, serve yourself the amount indicated within the parentheses, and use the container of your choice. (Aunt Fanny’s ambrosia bowl, for example.)

3. The colored squares following your mixed food choice will be the container portions this food will satisfy.
(So don’t forget to check them off on your Tally Sheet!)
If you put your food in a green container, that container doesn’t count as one of your portions.

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Cheese pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ............................................................................
Cheese and vegetable pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ..............................
Meat pizza (¼ of 12" pizza) ...................................................................................
Meat lasagna ...................................................................................................................................
Vegetable lasagna ....................................................................................................................
Pasta with meat sauce or meatballs .................................................................
Pasta primavera ............................................................................................................................
Sushi roll with fish and veggies (6 pieces) ..............................................
Soups:
Bean or lentil .............................................................................................................................
Cream .................................................................................................................................................
Split pea ..........................................................................................................................................
Vegetable .......................................................................................................................................
Beef or chicken noodle ...............................................................................................
Chili with beef .................................................................................................................................
Vegetarian chili ..............................................................................................................................
Chicken or beef and vegetable stir-fry..........................................................
Chicken or beef lo mein ....................................................................................................
Vegetable lo mein.......................................................................................................................
Lean meat tacos (soft corn) with cheese, lettuce, and salsa (2 tacos)...................................................................................................................................
Large burrito with lean meat, beans, cheese, and salsa......
Tuna noodle casserole .........................................................................................................
Beef or chicken stew...............................................................................................................

PORTIONS TO
CHECK OFF

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BEACHBODY
HQ EATING PLAN
The 21 Day Fix is all about giving you the freedom to create a meal plan that works with your tastes, your budget, and your idea of which foods are right for you. But acting on that freedom may require some creativity—and even the most creative person needs a little inspiration from time to time.
So we’ve provided three days of the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan as used by the Beachbody Grand Poo-Bahs when they tried out the program.
Just pick the foods that interest you, then consult page 19 to see how many containers of each you need for your calorie level. (We’ve color-coded them so you know which group they fall under. Foods with a grey dot are from the Teaspoon group. Foods without a dot are FREE FOODS.) Use these meals to take the guesswork out of meal planning or to fire up your culinary imagination.

Remember, the colored dots indicate which container group these foods come from, but not the amount you should eat. The grey dot indicates the Teaspoon group. No dot at all indicates a FREE FOOD. In order to figure out how much to eat, start with your calorie level on page 19.
BREAKFAST: CHOOSE ONE
• Hard-boiled eggs
• Cooked oatmeal, steel-cut with ground cinnamon
• Sliced apples
.........................

OR .......................

• 1% Greek yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon
• Cereal, whole-grain
• Blueberries
.........................

OR .......................

• Turkey bacon
• Bread, whole-grain
• Strawberries

SNACK 1: SHAKEOLOGY SHAKES
Water
• Shakeology
• Natural peanut or almond butter
.........................

OR .......................

Water
• Shakeology
• Avocado
Coconut extract
.........................

Day 1

Day 21

“Yeah. I did it. Lost 12 pounds in 21 days.
Pretty pleased too!”
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Carl Daikeler, Beachbody CEO

OR .......................

Water
• Shakeology
• Sunflower seed butter
Ground cinnamon
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BEACHBODY
HQ EATING PLAN
The 21 Day Fix is all about giving you the freedom to create a meal plan that works with your tastes, your budget, and your idea of which foods are right for you. But acting on that freedom may require some creativity—and even the most creative person needs a little inspiration from time to time.
So we’ve provided three days of the 21 Day Fix Eating Plan as used by the Beachbody Grand Poo-Bahs when they tried out the program.
Just pick the foods that interest you, then consult page 19 to see how many containers of each you need for your calorie level. (We’ve color-coded them so you know which group they fall under. Foods with a grey dot are from the Teaspoon group. Foods without a dot are FREE FOODS.) Use these meals to take the guesswork out of meal planning or to fire up your culinary imagination.

Remember, the colored dots indicate which container group these foods come from, but not the amount you should eat. The grey dot indicates the Teaspoon group. No dot at all indicates a FREE FOOD. In order to figure out how much to eat, start with your calorie level on page 19.
BREAKFAST: CHOOSE ONE
• Hard-boiled eggs
• Cooked oatmeal, steel-cut with ground cinnamon
• Sliced apples
.........................

OR .......................

• 1% Greek yogurt sprinkled with cinnamon
• Cereal, whole-grain
• Blueberries
.........................

OR .......................

• Turkey bacon
• Bread, whole-grain
• Strawberries

SNACK 1: SHAKEOLOGY SHAKES
Water
• Shakeology
• Natural peanut or almond butter
.........................

OR .......................

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WHAT TO EAT 21 DAYS LATER . . .

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This is an eating plan that can serve you for a lifetime. That said, you certainly don’t want to eat at a calorie deficit forever!
Not only is it unhealthy, but eventually, it’ll get in the way of your fitness. So once you’ve reached your goal, you need to increase your calorie level to match the amount you burn each day. Here are a couple calculations to help you do this.
If you plan to continue with a program like the 21 Day Fix or to exercise at a moderate level:

(YOUR CURRENT WEIGHT IN POUNDS) x 13
= (CALORIC NEED FOR WEIGHT MAINTENANCE)
If you plan to increase your exercise intensity or maybe take on one of Beachbody’s more demanding programs such as
P90X® or INSANITY®:

(YOUR CURRENT WEIGHT IN POUNDS) x 15
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Now, just go to the CALORIE CHARTS on page 19 and pick the one that’s right for you. However, if your weight maintenance needs happen to go above 2,300 calories, here’s a special chart just for you.

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LET’S LOSE WEIGHT TOGETHER
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10 ways TeamBeachbody.com VIP Club Membership helps you succeed at 21 Day Fix:
1. Personalized online meal plans based on your goals.
2. Nutrition and workout advice from fitness and nutrition experts.
3. Michi’s Ladder, a simple food substitution guideline that can help you tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy food choices.
4. Nutrition tools, including a Healthy Weight Calculator and a Body Fat Calculator.
5. Live Video Chats with Beachbody’s celebrity trainers, including Autumn Calabrese, Tony Horton, Shaun T,
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7. An online calendar where you can schedule and log your
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Buying the 21 Day Fix program is a step in the right direction. However, to get the best results possible, you also need support, accountability, and a daily commitment to exercise and healthy eating. That’s where the Team Beachbody website comes in. It’s an essential tool to keep you on track with your eating and exercise goals.

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10 ways TeamBeachbody.com VIP Club Membership helps you succeed at 21 Day Fix:
1. Personalized online meal plans based on your goals.
2. Nutrition and workout advice from fitness and nutrition experts.
3. Michi’s Ladder, a simple food substitution guideline that can help you tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy food choices.
4. Nutrition tools, including a Healthy Weight Calculator and a Body Fat Calculator.
5. Live Video Chats with Beachbody’s celebrity trainers, including Autumn Calabrese, Tony Horton, Shaun T,
Chalene Johnson, and more.
6. 10% discount on Shakeology, fitness programs, gear, and supplements.
7. An online calendar where you can schedule and log your
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8. Your own personal blog to journal your progress and share your ideas and opinions.
9. A FREE Coach for questions, concerns, or just a bit of encouragement along the way.

Buying the 21 Day Fix program is a step in the right direction. However, to get the best results possible, you also need support, accountability, and a daily commitment to exercise and healthy eating. That’s where the Team Beachbody website comes in. It’s an essential tool to keep you on track with your eating and exercise goals.

10. Message Boards where you can get expert advice and tips.

Go to TeamBeachbody.com/SignUp to get started. You get a risk-free
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WHAT’S A TEAM BEACHBODY COACH?

A Coach is a customer, just like you, who has seen the results that
Beachbody products bring and loves using the products and sharing them with other people.
Your Coach wants YOU to get in the best shape of your life.

HOW CAN A COACH HELP YOU GET
BETTER RESULTS WITH 21 DAY FIX?

Your Coach can keep you on track—by staying in touch online or over the phone, or by referring you to the amazing resources at
TeamBeachbody.com. Think of your Coach as your best friend in the
Team Beachbody community.

TAKE THE CHALLENGE at
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READY TO GET THAT EXTRA SUPPORT?

GET YOUR FREE COACH AT
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after*

Go to TakeBBChallenge.com for all rules, terms, and conditions. *Results vary.
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GET THE CHANCE TO WIN CASH AND PRIZES

WANT SOME EXTRA SUPPORT?
GET A FREE 21 DAY FIX COACH.
Your purchase of 21 Day Fix entitles you to FREE support from one of our Team Beachbody Coaches!

Get support. Get fit. Get prizes.
The Beachbody Challenge® will give you the motivation and support you need to lose weight and get fit with
21 Day Fix. With peer support and a chance to win cash and prizes, you’ll see results in no time. Then share your results to get a FREE T-shirt and a chance to win more than $100,000!†

GET
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YOU
FREE T
IR
T-SH

WHAT’S A TEAM BEACHBODY COACH?

A Coach is a customer, just like you, who has seen the results that
Beachbody products bring and loves using the products and sharing them with other people.
Your Coach wants YOU to get in the best shape of your life.

HOW CAN A COACH HELP YOU GET
BETTER RESULTS WITH 21 DAY FIX?

Your Coach can keep you on track—by staying in touch online or over the phone, or by referring you to the amazing resources at
TeamBeachbody.com. Think of your Coach as your best friend in the
Team Beachbody community.

TAKE THE CHALLENGE at
TakeBBChallenge.com
“The Challenge was a huge component to my success. It gave me the accountability I needed to stick with the workouts and stop making excuses.”
— Sarah M.
Beachbody Challenge
Monthly Winner

BEST OF ALL, YOUR COACH IS FREE.
THAT’S RIGHT, IT COSTS NOTHING.

Millions of people just like you have been partnered with their Coaches to get in the best shape of their lives.

READY TO GET THAT EXTRA SUPPORT?

GET YOUR FREE COACH AT
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before


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after*

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TALLY SHEETS
To help you make sure you’re eating everything you’re supposed to eat, the following pages contain 7 days of Tally Sheets.
Be sure to make additional copies to help get you through your 21 Day Fix. You can also find a copy of the Tally Sheets at TeamBeachbody.com under:
GET FIT > FITNESS TOOLS > WORKOUT SHEETS

Calorie Target:
Containers

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

Example:

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water
82

83

TALLY SHEETS
To help you make sure you’re eating everything you’re supposed to eat, the following pages contain 7 days of Tally Sheets.
Be sure to make additional copies to help get you through your 21 Day Fix. You can also find a copy of the Tally Sheets at TeamBeachbody.com under:
GET FIT > FITNESS TOOLS > WORKOUT SHEETS

Calorie Target:
Containers

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

Example:

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water
82

83

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
Water

DAY:
Meal 1
Meal 2
Meal 3
Meal 4
Meal 5
Meal 6
Total
84

Water

Remember, everybody is different, so if you have any unique or special medical needs or conditions, such as food allergies, dietary restrictions, or if you are pregnant or breast feeding, please consult your physician before starting this eating plan.
© 2014 Beachbody, LLC. All rights reserved. Distributed by Beachbody, LLC, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Beachbody, LLC, is the owner of the 21 Day Fix, P90X, INSANITY, FOCUS T25, Brazil Butt Lift, TurboFire, 10-Minute
Trainer, Shakeology, Your Daily Dose of Dense Nutrition, ActiVit, P90X Results and Recovery Formula, Beachbody
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