McDonald’s® Fruit & Maple Oatmeal with Brown Sugar
Starbuck’s® 12-oz café latte (with 2% milk) & blueberry scone
Panera® Vegetarian Creamy Tomato Soup Bowl and Panera Kettle-Cooked Potato Chips
Smoothie King® Peanut Power Plus Chocolate Skinny Smoothie
Frozen Stouffer’s® Chicken Parmigiana and tossed side salad with dressing
Snyder’s of Hanover® Cinnamon Sugar Pretzels
Medifast Maple & Brown Sugar Oatmeal
Medifast Blueberry Soft Bake and 12-oz coffee with 1/4 cup Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
Medifast Tomato Basil Bisque and Medifast Seal Salt & Olive Oil Veggie Chips
Medifast Dark Chocolate Antioxidant Shake
6-oz gilled chicken breast, 1 cup lettuce, ½ cup mushrooms, ½ cup tomatoes, and 2 Tbsp reduced-calorie dressing
Medifast Cinnamon Pretzel Sticks
2,710 total calories / day
or as low as
on your first Medifast Advantage order*
950 total calories / day
*With enrollment. Minimum purchase required. See website for details.
Food prices are examples only. Costs of fast food are quoted from popular national chains in Baltimore-metro area, January 2015. Medifast costs based on typical box pricing. Medifast’s sample meal plan is an example. Please see guidelines of the Medifast 5 & 1 Plan® to ensure you are receiving the appropriate amount of nutrients. Nutritional information obtained from company websites: mcdonalds.com, starbucks.com, panerabread.com, smoothieking.com, stouffers.com, snydersofhanover.com, silk.com, and USDA food database.
†10 servings in a 10 oz. bag is $3.69 per bag.
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. Individual results will vary. Medifast is the brand recommended by more than 20,000 doctors since 1980. Typical weight loss on the Medifast 5 & 1 Plan® is 2-5 lbs per week for the first two weeks and 1-2 lbs per week thereafter.
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