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For this challenge, Bodybuilding.com employees and fans will all be transforming for a chance to attend the biggest annual bodybuilding event in the world. We’ll use social media to get to know each other, stay motivated, and help each other out. At the end, the winners will meet up in Vegas for the big weekend. We’re all in this together!

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Recent Winners

CONGRATS TO OUR WINNERS
GLENN, Kiley, & YOUR PEOPLE’S CHOICE

GRAND PRIZE WINNERS

They fought doubt, busy schedules, and their own aching bodies to emerge victorious! Meet the people who rose to the top of thousands of worthy entries.

Pat Bijman

Glenn Lovelace

Prize: $100,000

Glenn Lovelace of Springville, Utah, not only shed 33 pounds and 15 percent body fat — he’s practically unrecognizable! We’re proud of this longtime fitness fan who works hard to balance faith, family, work, play, gym, friends, and inspiring others to be their best selves.

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Pat Bijman

Kiley Jones

Prize: $100,000

Kiley Jones of Brentwood, Tennessee, ditched 32 pounds and 21.9 percent body fat while carving a powerful new physique. She’s, too, has been putting in serious hours between family, school, coaching, and the Air Force. Thank you, Kiley, for your service and for showing us what’s possible!

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People’s Choice Winners

Aubrie Jones

Aubrie Jones

28 years old / Fayetteville, North Carolina

Aubrie was in BodySpace’s top 25 for muscle building last year, and it shows! She’s lost 28 pounds and 16 percent body fat.

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Ken Woelk

Ken Woelk

53 years old / Chesterfield, Virginia

Ken committed to the $250,000 Transformation Challenge and went all in, tracking everything that he ate — and lost 44 pounds in the process.

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Dartavious Glass

Dartavious Glass

32 years old / Gadsen, Alabama

Longtime Bodybuilding.com customer Dartavious stepped up his game to drop 56 pounds and 8.1 percent body fat.

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Jonathan Trip

Jonathan Tripp

33 years old / Sydney, Australia

Jonathan melted an amazing 70 pounds and 22 percent body fat.

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Anne Smith

Anne Smith

26 years old

Anne slashed her body fat by more than half, going from 45 percent to 21.2 percent, and losing 52.1 pounds.

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PAST WINNERS

2016 Bodybuilding.com
$250,000 Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $250,000 USD

2015 Bodybuilding.com
Fit Squad Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $35,000 USD (1 squad, 2 single winners)

FIT SQUAD WINNERS:

ANDREA, VICTOR, SARA, MARK, JENNIFER, KENNETH, & NAOMI

SOLO WINNER:

SKYLAR PETERS

TRANSFORM FOR LIFE WINNER:

WAHID ARIF

2015 Bodybuilding.com
Next Level Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $35,000 USD (3 winners)

MALE GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

JESSE GRAHAM

TRANSFORM FOR LIFE WINNER:

BEN AFUVAI

2015 Bodybuilding.com
No Limits Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $35,000 USD (3 winners)

MALE GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

CHESTER THOMAS III

FEMALE GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

PEGGY PULLEN

TRANSFORM FOR LIFE WINNER:

NICOLE PERTTU

2015 Bodybuilding.com
Still In It Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $35,000 USD (3 winners)

FEMALE GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

BRANDI EDWARDS

TRANSFORM FOR LIFE WINNER:

PEGGY PULLEN

2015 $200,000 Transformation Challenge
Presented By Dymatize

Total Prize Money: $200,000 USD

2014 MusclePharm Back To The Grind
6-Week Challenge

Total Prize Money: $25,000 USD


FIRST PLACE MALE WINNER:

ANDREW BASIC


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

ASHLEY

2014 BPI Best Self
6-Week Challenge

Total Prize Money: $25,000 USD


OVERALL WINNER:

DAVID COOK


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

JESSICA HELMER

2014 $100,000 Transformation Challenge
Presented By Dymatize

Total Prize Money: $100,000 USD


FEMALE GRAND PRIZE WINNER:

ROBYN KOOLEN

2013 Military Challenge
Sponsored By MusclePharm

Total Prize Money: $45,000 USD


FIRST PLACE WINNER:

Q BRADY


SECOND PLACE WINNER:

ENA GOMEZ

2013 Cellucor Strong to the Cor
6-Week Challenge

Total Prize Money: $20,000 USD


FIRST PLACE MALE WINNER:

KEVIN FRIDENBERGER JR.


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

SUNNY KATSILOMETES

2013 $100,000 Transformation Challenge
Sponsored By Dymatize

Total Prize Money: $100,000 USD


OVERALL GRAND WINNER:

CHRIS WHITED

2012 $10,000 Live Shredded Transformation
Challenge Sponsored By MusclePharm

Total Prize Money: $10,000 USD


FIRST PLACE MALE WINNER:

JOE EDWARDS-HOFF


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

TESSA HOWSDEN

2012 February Hyper Shred Transformation
Challenge Sponsored By BSN

Total Prize Money: $10,000 USD


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

RACHEL FLINT

2012 $100,000 Transformation Challenge
Sponsored By Optimum Nutrition

Total Prize Money: $100,000 USD


FIRST PLACE MALE WINNER:

HALID SHOKUNBI

2011 $10,000 Live Shredded
Transformation Challenge

Total Prize Money: $10,000 USD


FIRST PLACE MALE WINNER:

CHRISTIAN TALACTAC


FIRST PLACE FEMALE WINNER:

DANA CONNELL

2010 – No Challenges

2009 Hydroxycut Max!
Transformation Contest

Total Prize Money: $5,000 USD


FIRST PLACE WINNER:

EAMBROS


SECOND PLACE WINNER:

JLMAMA

2008 MuscleTech $50,000 Transformation
Contest Presented By BodySpace

Total Prize Money: $50,000 USD


SECOND PLACE WINNER:

DB2012


SECOND PLACE WINNER:

SHAWNYB

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Kris Gethin Is On The Starting Line!

For the last seven weeks, we’ve followed Kris Gethin’s every set, rep, and step in his hybrid bodybuilder-and-triathlon video series Man of Iron. But we’re no longer the only ones! Just days before he undertakes his biggest challenge yet, a half Ironman, Gethin went on the local news in the northern Idaho town of Coeur d’Alene to talk about his training, his mad race-prep experiments—no AC at home, anyone?—and the unique charity you may not have known he’s been helping all along.

Kris Gethin Television Q&A
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Kris’ race takes place this Sunday, June 25. You can follow it live on the Ironman site for the race, or just wait a few weeks to watch the adventure unfold in Man of Iron. If you’d like to contribute to the Unique Home for Girls, the India-based orphanage that Kris helps to support, visit his JustGiving page.

Also available: View the Fox 28 TV interview with Kris Gethin.

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Editor's Picks: Adorn Your Athletic Body

1. Flag Nor Fail Pullover

Recommended by Jeff O’Connell, chief content officer

Flag Nor Fail Pullover

Dana Linn Bailey and her husband, Rob Bailey, have a no-holds-barred approach to training and life that has spawned a wildly successful lifestyle brand, Flag Nor Fail. While this phrase, meaning never surrender or lose, is a little obtuse, it’s stitched on some of the best-looking workout apparel around. It’s hard to choose only one item from their array of tees, trucker hats, tanks, and duffle bags, but my favorite is this stylish pullover with a fitted body and tons of stretch. Rob wears a 2X while DLB rocks an XS; all manner of gains can be accommodated, though. To date, they’ve had the good sense not to offer a fitness RompHim.

2. Callous Guard Gripper Gloves

Recommended by Heather Eastman, content editor

Callous Guard Gripper Gloves

I’ve never been a fan of workout gloves…until now. Designed to cover only the most damage-prone area of the hand, the Callous Guard workout gloves from Fit Four are tough to beat. Perfect for the adventurous competitor or avid lifter, these gloves have a silicone texture to help with gripping without getting in the way. Use them for everything from heavy deadlifts to repetitive pull-ups to all-out rope climbs. These nifty little gloves are a must-have for athletes who want to improve their skills and save their hands.

3. Shefit Ultimate Sports Bra

Recommended by Karen McGinty, editorial manager

Shefit Ultimate Sports Bra

Finally, a plus-size sports bra that looks great and keeps the girls in place without flattening out your gorgeous curves! The Shefit’s “Xsmall” to “6Luxe,” options fit 30-52-inch busts and A-I cups. The patented three-way adjustment at the front, back, and shoulders provides a perfect fit every time for every body type, and you can convert the straps from X-back to over-the-shoulder. The zip-front closure is easy to reach for noncontortionists and provides total lockdown when running or jumping without trying to squish you into a flat, overpriced training bra. Rock your curves at the gym in four different colors without sacrificing comfort or style!

4. Animal Iconic Tee Red

Recommended by Jeff O’Connell, chief content officer

Animal Iconic Tee, Red

Any visitor to Bodybuilding.com knows Animal through its top-shelf products and hardcore content, featuring the likes of Frank “The Wrath” McGrath and Evan “The Ox” Centopani. But you don’t need an imposing nickname to embrace the Animal mentality. This red 50/50 T, featuring the Animal M-Stack icon silkscreened on the front, should do the trick. Make sure you can fill it out properly, though; a skinny dude wearing this shirt may be as off-putting as Borat in pool wear. Per one satisfied customer, “These Iconics are much more than a shirt…it’s about living, eating, breathing a certain lifestyle. Those who know what I’m saying understand what this shirt truly represents.”

5. Athleta Zimbabwe One-Piece

Recommended by Stephanie Smith, senior content editor

Athleta Zimbabwe One-Piece

Lounging by the pool is a great summer pastime, but when you’re looking to fit in a real workout this summer, it’s essential to have a supportive swimsuit on hand. Feel confident as you rack up the laps with this one-piece—where form and function meet fashion.

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Are You Tough Enough For Jamie Eason's Classic Back-And-Biceps Routine?

As one of our earliest and still most popular 12-week plans, Jamie Eason’s iconic LiveFit 12-Week Trainer has more than earned reverence at Bodybuilding.com. But, we tend to speak of the program like it’s two different entities; there’s LiveFit…and there’s LiveFit phase three.

During the final four weeks, Jamie opens the floodgates, giving you a real window into how a fitness model trains—and a real opportunity to achieve a lasting transformation, if your schedule and mental resolve are up to the task. This is hard, heavy stuff that will challenge any lifter, of any experience level. If you can make it through this, you’ve earned your after photo!

If you want to go tough on your back and biceps this week, try tackling this classic workout from week nine (day sixty-one) of LiveFit.

Jamie Eason’s LiveFit Trainer: Back/Biceps/Abs/Sprints

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6 High-Protein Snacks For Your Summer Road Trip

The best part of any summer road trip is the sense of freedom to go where you want to go, do what you want to do, and eat what you want to eat.

Wait. Scratch that last part. If you’re killin’ it in the gym and working hard toward your goals, it’s important to keep your nutrition on track—even on a road trip. A little planning and prep is guaranteed to pay off by delivering healthy, protein-packed snacks you can eat on the road.

1. Roasted Chickpeas

When a craving for something salty and crunchy hits, you’ll be glad you planned ahead. Instead of filling up the backseat with chips, cheese puffs, and pretzels, make up a big batch of roasted chickpeas for a low-sodium, protein-filled alternative. Just cook the chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) in advance, pack them up in baggies, and chow down when you need a fix. No refrigeration required.

“Chickpeas are part of the pulse family—superfoods that are high in protein and low in calories,” says Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD, a dietitian and blogger based in New York City.

This recipe is pretty much perfect for summer cruising.

Roasted Chickpeas

Ingredients

  • Chickpeas (garbanzo beans), One 15-oz. can
  • Vegetable oil, 1/2 tsp
  • BBQ seasoning, 1 tsp

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Rinse and drain chickpeas. Pat dry.
  3. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well.
  4. Spray a baking sheet with cooking oil before spreading chickpeas evenly on the pan.
  5. Bake until crispy, approximately 30-35 minutes.

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2. Peanut Butter and Banana “Sushi”

Anyone can make a sandwich, toss it in a baggie, and call it road food. But holding a sandwich and a steering wheel when you’re navigating curvy highways and byways can be a challenge.

Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN, the owner of Nutrition Starring You, has a quick-and-easy solution: Wrap peanut butter and banana in whole-wheat flat bread, then slice it into sushi-like pieces. The result is mess-free, bite-sized slices you can easily grab with one hand, without taking your eyes off the road.

And, since Harris-Pincus’ recipe calls for powdered peanut butter, why not amp things up a little with a chocolate-infused variety? There are few flavor medleys better than chocolate, peanut butter, and banana.

Peanut Butter and Banana Sushi

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Mix powdered peanut butter and water in a bowl. Stir, adding water a quarter teaspoon at a time until the peanut butter is your preferred consistency. You may want it a little more on the sticky side than the runny side to prevent dripping.
  2. Spread peanut butter on the middle of the flat bread or wrap, saving about a teaspoon.
  3. Place the banana on the peanut butter, then roll it in the wrap. Use the remaining peanut butter to help seal the open end of the wrap.
  4. Slice the wrap into bite-sized pieces that look a bit like sushi. Store in a plastic container until you’re ready to eat. You may want to use toothpicks to keep the “sushi” intact and to make each slice easier to grab while on the go.

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3. Bacon and Apple Egg Muffins

If you haven’t tried whipping up a batch of egg muffins yet, you’re long overdue. These little treats consist of eggs whipped up with other ingredients, then baked in a muffin tin to create protein-filled, hand-held snacks.

This recipe for bacon and apple egg muffins from Cate Ritter, a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner and owner of Cate’s Nutrition Kitchen, couldn’t be tastier. You get all the best snack-time flavors (sweet, savory, and salty) all in a single package.

Bacon and Apple Egg Muffins

Ingredients

  • Bacon, 4 slices
  • Green apples, chopped into 1/2-inch chunks, 3
  • Cinnamon, 2 tsp
  • Eggs, 9
  • Coconut flour, 1-1/2 tbsp
  • Coconut milk (or heavy cream), 3 tbsp
  • Baking soda, 1/4 tsp
  • Sea salt, 1/8 tsp

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Sauté the bacon until crisp on both sides. Remove from pan and set aside, but leave the grease.
  3. Add the apples to the pan and cook with cinnamon for about 5 minutes. When they’re golden brown, they’re ready.
  4. Whisk the eggs, flour, coconut milk, baking soda, and sea salt in a large bowl.
  5. Distribute the egg mixture and apple mixture evenly in a standard muffin tin. Crumble the bacon evenly into the tins as well.
  6. Bake approximately 25 minutes—you want the center to set. If you insert a knife or fork into the center, it should come out mostly clean.
  7. Set aside and let rest for about 10 minutes. Remove muffins from tin and refrigerate. When you’re on the road, keep them in a cooler.

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4. Protein Nutter Butter Balls

When what you’re really craving is the sweet, chewy flavor of a protein bar, there’s absolutely no reason to shell out $3 on a convenience store bar that’s suspiciously close to its expiration date.

This recipe for protein nutter butter balls from Detric Smith, a strength coach, exercise physiologist, and the owner of Results Performance Training, tastes every bit as good, no baking required. Plus, it offers a balanced mix of proteins, carbs, and fats, which will help keep your energy levels stable.

Protein Nutter Butter Balls

Ingredients

  • Vanilla protein powder, 2 scoops
  • Natural almond butter, 1/4 cup
  • Raw oats, 1/4 cup
  • Honey, 2 tbsp
  • Dried cranberries, 1 tbsp
  • Dried coconut flakes, 2 tbsp

Directions

  1. Set the coconut flakes aside, but mix all the other ingredients together.
  2. Form the mixture into bite-sized balls.
  3. Roll the balls into the coconut flakes, coating them completely.
  4. Chill in the refrigerator, and keep stored in a cooler when you’re on the road.

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5. Creamy Tuna Dip

Another one of Detric Smith’s favorite protein snacks offers a twist to your typical tuna salad, and it’s a whole lot more appealing than eating forkfuls of tuna straight out of a can.

“Rather than using traditional mayonnaise to make tuna salad, I use fat-free cream cheese. It adds a unique taste and packs in more protein without the fat,” Smith says.

The trick, of course, is storage—this is one recipe you need to keep cold! Prep it and store it in your refrigerator until it’s time to leave, then keep it packed in an ice-filled cooler on the road.

When you’re ready to chow down, use it as a spread or dip for your favorite crackers. Of course, if you’re driving let someone else do the dipping and spreading for you.

Creamy Tuna Dip

Ingredients

  • Tuna, One 3-oz. can
  • Fat-free cream cheese, 3 tbsp
  • Green onion, sliced, 1
  • Dried onion flakes, 1 tsp
  • Dried garlic (or garlic powder), 1/2 tsp
  • Whole-grain crackers, 5-10

Directions

  1. Mix all of the ingredients together—except for the crackers. Really work to break up the tuna into smaller pieces so the dip is smoother and easier to spread. Chill in the refrigerator.
  2. When you’re ready to eat, use it as a dip or spread on your crackers.

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6. Prosciutto Chips

This is one of my favorite recipes for a quick snack that’s part chip, part beef jerky, and all meaty goodness. Simply bake a couple batches in advance, throw them in a baggie, and hit the road.

Prosciutto Chips

Ingredients

  • Prosciutto, fresh, thinly-sliced, 6 oz.
  • Fresh ground black pepper, 1/2 tsp
  • Cayenne pepper (optional), 1/2 tsp
  • Crushed red pepper (optional), 1/2 tsp

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper to prevent the prosciutto from sticking to the pan. Evenly place the prosciutto slices on the pan.
  3. Dust the prosciutto with spices, as desired. Do your best to distribute the spices evenly.
  4. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until crispy. Transfer the prosciutto slices onto a cooling rack, and let cool.
  5. Break into smaller, bite-sized pieces and enjoy.

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T-REX AND THE BEGINNING OF CROSSFIT

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12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer – Monday, Week 1: Upper Body A!

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Bodybuilding.com presents your 12-Week Daily Bulking Trainer! Day by day, we’ll help you build lean mass and forge a ripped, defined physique. You’ll learn about setting goals, training for extreme muscle growth, following a proper nutrition plan, bulking supplementation, and staying motivated. All the knowledge you need to succeed is at your fingertips.

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The Jamie Eason LiveFit Trainer Approved Foods List

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Think of these food lists as general guides to what you should include in your diet. The lists include examples of what can be included, but are certainly not complete lists. If you have a healthy alternative that’s not here, give it a try.

You don’t have to include everything in your diet either. Pick and choose what fits best for you according to taste, cost and availability. Preferences change from person to person, so choose what tastes best to you.

If you like what you eat, you’ll enjoy the meal plan and stick to it.

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Oils

Oils: Use sparingly

Fatty proteins

Fatty proteins

Healthy fats are often built into the meals. In the event they are not, pay attention to the serving size. Males typically get a full serving and females, a half serving.

Lean proteins

Lean proteins

Ladies: 6 – 8 oz portion, Guys: 8 – 10 oz portion

Flours

Sweeteners

Fruits

It’s best to choose berries in the morning and a citrus or banana directly following your workout, to eat in conjunction with your protein.

Sub acid (low cal)
Acid (high water content, low cal)
Sweet (more calorie & nutrient dense)

These are to be used before a workout because they are more insulin-responsive.

Vegetables

Prepare vegetables by either steaming or grilling (may also eat raw). Stay away from anything sauteed or fried.

Flower bud
  • beans beans

Leaf sheaths
Stems of leaves
Stem shoots
Whole-plant sprouts
Fruits used as vegetables
Note: Best options are fresh and frozen. However, if you choose canned, check for additives and high sodium.

Superfoods

Superfoods

Dairy

Condiments

Condiments

Misc

Carbs/Starches

Carbs/Starch
  • barley barley

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • corn tortilla corn tortilla (Food for Life brand is best)

    Ladies – 2-3
    Guys – 4-5

  • cream of wheat Cream of Wheat/Rice or Rye

    Ladies – 1 serving
    Guys – 2 servings

  • ezekial bread Ezekial bread (made by Food for Life)

    Ladies – 1 slice
    Guys – 2 slices

  • lentils lentils

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cups

  • oats oats

    Ladies – 1 serving
    Guys – 2 servings (1 cup)

  • whole wheat pasta whole wheat pasta

    Ladies – 1 cup
    Guys – 2 cups

  • potatoes potato (white, only occasionally)

    Ladies – 5 oz
    Guys – 7-8 oz

  • brown rice brown rice

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • rice cakes rice cakes

    Ladies – 3
    Guys – 4

  • sweet potato Sweet Potato

    Ladies – 4-6 oz
    Guys – 7-8 oz

  • Pinto Pinto

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Chickpea Chickpea

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Kidney Kidney

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Adzuki Adzuki

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Mung Mung

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • White Beans White Beans

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Navy Navy

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • Black Beans Black Beans

    Ladies – 3/4 cup
    Guys – 1 1/2 cup

  • farro farro

    Ladies – 1/2 cup cooked
    Guys – 3/4 cup cooked

  • quinoa quinoa

    Ladies – 1/4 cup cooked
    Guys – 1/2 cup cooked

  • couscous Couscous

    Ladies – 1/4 cup cooked
    Guys – 1/2 cup cooked

Note: Always check the package for serving size!

Female Small Meal Options

Meal Option 1
Meal Option 2
Meal Option 3
Meal Option 4
Meal Option 5
Meal Option 6
Meal Option 7
Meal Option 8

Male Small Meal Options

Meal Option 1
    • low-carb pita

      1 serving

Meal Option 2
Meal Option 3
Meal Option 4
Meal Option 5
Meal Option 6
Meal Option 7

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