Start losing weight with our healthy
Medifast Flex™ Plan.
Eat six times daily, once every two to three hours
For your four Medifast Meals, you can choose from over 70 delicious options like bars, shakes, breakfast foods, soups, pastas, and sweet options too. Every meal is fortified with vitamins and minerals, is calorie, carbohydrate and portion controlled, low in fat, and provides you with adequate protein and the right mix of macro- and micro-nutrients you need to lose weight while nourishing your body.
Each lean and green meal includes five to seven ounces of lean protein, three servings of vegetables, and up to two servings of healthy fats, depending on your lean protein choices. You may have your lean and green meal for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or in between, whichever you prefer (we told you it's our most convenient plan ever!).
You can make your own using great-tasting Medifast recipes, which can be found in our cookbook and on our website, or if you are too busy or you don't like to cook, no problem! Head out to your favorite restaurant armed with our Dining Out Guide or stay in with one of our Medifast Flavors of Home™ lean and green meals.
Finally, you'll choose a healthy snack to add to one of your meals. Healthy snack options include a serving of fruit or yogurt, whole wheat pasta or even a baked potato. You can also choose from one of our Medifast Snacks.
Determining what and when you'll eat each day is an important key to your weight-loss success. Below is a sample meal plan to give you an idea of how it will work for you. Each meal can be modified according to your own food preferences and schedule, but remember to eat every two to three hours to keep yourself full and satisfied.
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Medifast makes no claim that these results are representative of all participants on the Medifast Program. Medifast recommends you consult with a physician before starting a weight-loss program. Medifast is the brand recommended by more than 20,000 doctors since 1980.
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