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Dr. Oz Total Choice Diet Plan Promises No Calorie Counting






The Dr. Oz Show, January 29, 2015, brings out a new diet plan, called the Total Choice Diet, with the aim to end the guessing game with calorie counting and provide 5 minute meal solutions for long term diet success. Oz says many people are overwhelmed by figuring out the calorie count in meals. His Total 10 Rapid Weight Loss Diet was meant as a short term diet to reset the body and motivate people with quick results. The Total Choice Diet is a long term solution for busy people with hectic lifestyles.

Total Choice Diet Options
There are two paths on this diet, a 1200 calorie a day plan and a 1600 calorie a day plan. Which plan is right for you is determined by the answers to three questions.

1. Are you over 35? If you are over 35 you need to choose the 1200 calorie a day plan. Under 35 then go for the 1600 calorie plan.
2. Are you taller than 5 foot 5 inches? If you are taller, then go for the 1600 calorie plan. Shorter people need to stick with the 1200 calorie plan.
3. Are you very active? If you are very active, then you need 1600 calories a day. Moderate to inactive people need only 1200 calories.




Oz says to look at what plan fits you for each question. Choose the plan that covers most of your answers. For example: If you are 32 and 5’10” but are inactive, then you would go with the 1600 calorie plan.

Oz says variety is the key to succeeding with a lifestyle change and he consulted food addicts as well as nutritionists to come up with meals that will satisfy everyone. This plan has complete meal options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It also has a complete list of snacks and desserts. Oz promises that the prep time for the meals is 5 minutes or less so it is perfect for the person on the go.

Here is a link to all the 1200 calorie Total Choice Meals. This is the link to the 1600 calorie Total Choice Meals.

Will having less calorie counting help a person lose weight? Oz seems to think that most people do a bad job of counting calories and he says that majority of us underestimate the calories we consume in a day. eliminating the guesswork will get calorie counts to the right number. Fast prep times mean it is easier to stick to the plan.

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