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Generate a Meal Plan

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1. Click the Nutrition tab and select Meal Plans.

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2. From the Meal Plan screen, click Create Meal Plan.

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The Generate Meal Plan screen opens:

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2. Click the Select a Member drop-down list and select the desired member. Only one member can be selected.

3. Select a Nutrition Plan type from the drop-down list.  

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Use the table below to help you decide on a Nutrition Plan type:

None No nutrition plan type specified
Anti-Oxidant A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grain foods provides high amount and a variety of antioxidants.

Anti-Inflammatory 

A diet rich in vegetables and low in simple carbohydrates and fats, specifically saturated and trans fats.
Bone Health A diet rich in calcium and vitamin D.
Brain Health A diet focused on supplying the brain with adequate amounts of super foods.
Canada Food Guide A diet based on the four food groups as recommended by Health Canada.
Candida A low-sugar diet, without fruit or added sugars. This diet may be used a part of a treatment for Candida yeast overgrowth.
Clean A diet rich in whole foods, or "real" foods - food that is un- or minimally processed, refined or handled.
Diabetic A diet high in fibre, especially soluble fibre, but low in fat (especially saturated fat) and low in sugar. The diabetic diet may be recommended for people with diabetes mellitus.
Gluten-Free A diet that excludes the protein gluten in order to help avoid the symptoms of celiac disease.
Heart Health A diet rich in whole grains, vegetables and fruits and low in sodium, fat, and cholesterol, grains vegetables and fruits.
High Fibre A diet rich in high fibre foods.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome

A diet that may help with the management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Low fat, low spice and non-fried foods.

Lean Muscle Mass

A Diet for repairing and regenerating muscle when combined with exercise.

Low Glycemic

The purpose of glycemic index (GI) diet is to eat carbohydrate-containing foods that are less likely to cause large increases in blood sugar levels. The diet may help with weight loss and may prevent chronic diseases related to obesity, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Mature Woman

A diet for women who may be going through menopause. A varied diet with necessary vitamins and minerals.

Vegetarian

A vegetarian diet is a meal plan made up of foods that come mostly from plants. These include vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, seeds and nuts.

3. Select Daily Calories option (Calculate or Enter Manually).

4. Select the appropriate Age, Gender, Height, and Weight for the selected member.

5. Select the Goal (Weight Loss, Weight Maintenance, or Weight Gain).

6. Select Typical Weekly Activity (Sedentary, Lightly Active, Moderately Active, Very Active, or Extra Active).

7. Choose the Number of Weeks for the length of the plan (1-4) or choose Don't Schedule if the plan is for an indefinite amount of time.

8. Click Finish. The detailed Meal Plan displays:

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9. Review the meal plan. From here you can Edit or Print the meal plan.
Note: If Don't Schedule is selected as number of weeks option, the Print option is not available. For meal plans with a value for number of weeks, you may select to print the meal plan. A calendar view displays:

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