Focus T25 Nutrition Guide

The “Focus T25 Nutrition Guide” is a simple to follow plan. It will provide you answers to the questions you have about nutrition to fuel and replenish your body for the next 2 months and more importantly for the rest of your life.

The Focus T25 nutrition guide will not distract or overwhelm you with needless tips and information.  This plan will work for you whether you’ve been dieting for years or don’t know what a calorie is.  The Focus T25 Nutrition guide is perfect for you.

Imagine yourself just finishing an intense 25-minute, Focus T25 Workout… your body is going to be looking for the right nutrients to fuel and replenish your body.  While using the Focus T25 Workout program its all about eating the right foods, in the right proportions, at the right time.

The Focus T25 Nutrition Guide can show you how to start building a successful nutrition plan and take your health and fitness to the next level.  Beachbody has put together an easy plan to follow.  If you can take 10 minutes a day and read some simple meal suggestions you will be well on your way.

Goal of T25 is “Get it Done”… That Applies to Your Diet Too

The Focus T25 Nutrition Guide is to help you with getting a balanced nutrition without taking too much of your time.  Like the workout programs they want to make sure you get it done quickly… the same applies to your nutrition plan.  The recipes in the Focus T25 Nutrition Guide offers a simple formula:

5 Ingredients +5 Minutes to Prep = A Faster, Fitter You

Focus T25 Nutrition Guide Table of Contents

  • Overview / The 4-Step Calorie Quiz
  • Suggested Calories Per Meal
  • Want More Customization?
  • Nutrition Troubleshooting
  • 25 “Keep it Real” Foods
  • Recipes

***Disclaimer:  Remember everybody is different, so if you have any unqiue or special medical needs or conditions, such as food allergies or dietary needs it is best to consult your physician before entering any special diet.  

Focus T25 Nutrition Plan Goal

Keep it simple…  Eat smaller portions 5 times a day.  It has been proven that if you eat every few hours in small portions it will help boost your metabolism because it is working to digest food consistently throughout the day.

Some people think that if you don’t eat at all then you will lose weight.  But, in fact its the exact opposite… when you starve your body it actually goes into “food storage” mode and shuts down your metabolism.

What to Expect When You First Start

One of the first things that you do when you start the T25 Nutrition Plan is to do the 4-Step Calorie Quiz.  This quiz is important to take because you need to calculate the right amount of calories your body needs in order to maintain a healthy diet.

Some people may require more or less calories depending on your gender, weight, and how active you are.  Below is the sample of this quiz:

FOcus T25 4-Step Calorie Quiz

The Focus T25 Nutrition Guide has a suggested calories per meal chart:  The example below is for a 1,200 and 1,600 calorie diet.  Do not become obsessed and count calories while working out to Focus T25.

Just keep it simple and eat the right foods, in the right amount and you will get results.

(Nutrition Tip :  make sure you take into account beverages with your calorie count so you take into consideration that latte you drank in the morning.)

Focus T25 Nutrition Guide Meal Calorie Chart

25 “Keep it Real” Foods

Here are a list of 25 foods that are nutritious, delicious and affordable.  Do your best to keep these foods stocked in your fridge so when you get hungry you have a healthy selection to choose from.

Recommend to add this list to your cell phone so that you always have it with you.  Otherwise you can bookmark this page so you can always come back and reference it.

Focus T25 Nutrition Guide Keep it Real Foods

Example of Breakfast Recipe

Almond Butter and Blueberry Oatmeal (1 serving)

  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/2 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 4 tsp. all-natural almond butter
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries
  1. Bring water to a boil in medium saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Add oats; cook, stirring frequently, for 3 to 4 minutes, or until most of water is absorbed.  Remove from heat.
  3. Combine oatmeal and almond butter in a medium serving bowl; top with blueberries

Nutrition Information per serving:

Calories 308, Fat 14 grams, Saturated Fat 1 gram, Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 9 mg, Carbohydrate 38 grams, Fiber 7 grams, Sugar 7 grams, Protein 11 grams

The Focus T25 Nutrition Guide is an excellent resource to help you keep a balanced diet while working out to the Focus T25 Workout Program.  If you want to read about my thoughts on the T25 fitness program you should check out my Focus T25 Workout Review.  Remember keep it simple… eat 5 meals a day in small portions and follow the Focus T25 Workout Schedule and you will be getting into the best shape of your life in no time..  Wish you the best.  Share you recipes or nutrition ideas below.

We also have some other great resources that you should check out.  like the Insanity Workout Schedule and Insanity Nutrition Guide.

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Comments

  1. sally says

    You start the training program on the calendar the first week is the 5 day slim down plan.
    Does anyone know how big the cup is that you need to use in the nutrition plan. I know it a silly question, I’m on week 4 of alpha (loving it) I been using a child cup but I was just wondering.
    Thanks

  2. Ellen says

    I totally agree with Eric!
    What is the answer to his question. Is T25 going to create a nutrition plan like P90X?

    • Tony Tran says

      Hi Ellen, T25 does have a nutrition plan. But true to the theme of T25 they keep things simple and not time sensitive.

  3. Eric says

    Why don’t you digitize this information. The nutrition guides are fine, but this is a lifestyle change for most, 3/4 of the battle is figuring out what to eat on what day. It’s all different, why not have an app that lets me plan my meals for the week and provide a shopping list of things i need to pick up. This would save hours of planning at first and make the program easier.

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