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Optimal Health 3&3 Plan®

Sustain your healthy weight with the Optimal Health 3&3 Plan®. This nutritionally balanced plan is easy to follow and consists of three balanced Lean and Green meals and three Optimal Health Fuelings each day. Eat one meal or Fueling every two to three hours as part of a healthy lifestyle. The Optimal Health 3&3 Plan is also great for anyone looking for a convenient way to sustain a healthy lifestyle.

Optimal Health 3&3 Plan: How it Works

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Your TEE is the number of calories your body requires each day to maintain your weight.

(feet) (inches)
  • Sedatary
    (Little to no exercise)
  • Slightly Active
    (light exercise or sports 1-3 days per week)
  • Moderately Active
    (job entailing standing with some walking ; moderate exercise or sports 3-5 days per week)
  • Very Active
    (job entails walking; strenuous exercise or sports 6-7 days per week)
  • Extremly Active
    (physically strenuous job; very strenuous exercise or sports)
We recommend that you contact your healthcare provider before starting and throughout your OPTAVIA weight loss journey, especially if you are taking medications (e.g., diabetes medications, high blood pressure medications, Coumadin (warfarin), lithium, thyroid medications etc.)

Do not use the OPTAVIA Program if you are pregnant. If you have a serious acute or chronic illness (e.g., heart attack, diabetes, cancer, liver disease, kidney disease, anorexia, bulimia, etc.) do not use the OPTAVIA Program until your healthcare provider says you have recovered or that your condition is stabilized. The Optimal Weight 5 & 1 PlanTM is NOT appropriate for teens (13 to 18 years of age), sedentary older adults (65 years and older), nursing mothers, people with gout, some people with diabetes, and those who exercise more than 45 minutes per day. For special medical or dietary needs, refer to our program guides online.

NOTE: Rapid weight loss may cause gallstones or gallbladder disease for those at high risk. While adjusting to intake of a lower-calorie level and diet changes, some people may experience lightheadedness, dizziness or gastrointestinal disturbances. These usually are temporary.

This Program and any of its materials do not in any way constitute medical advice or substitute for medical treatment.

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