We wanted to make sure you have the answers to the questions below, which were submitted by you, our loyal customers.
What about the Eating Plan CORE DE FORCE? Does it have an impact on the program’s containers?
CORE DE FORCE does not have any goodies, but it does have an effect on the beverages. The solution is straightforward.
“Once a day, you can replace one TEASPOON with 8 ounces of almond milk OR you can replace 1/2 YELLOW with 8 ounces of coconut water,” says the Core Tip at the bottom of page 18.
In addition, 3 times a week, you can substitute 8 ounces of 100 percent natural fruit juice for one PURPLE.
I thought you weren’t supposed to eat processed foods every day (e.g., almond milk). Is that all right now?
It’s simply mashed almonds mixed with water. While whole almonds and water are definitely the healthiest option, they wouldn’t make a good Shakeology base.
Milks that have been sweetened No one needs all that additional sugar, especially if they drink it every day.
Almond milk is an excellent example of why the new approach is so advantageous. Previously, we grouped all “milks” into one category.
This made it difficult to compare milks that didn’t quite match the others, such as almond milk, which has more fat than most milks but is lower in calories.
As a result, our specialists devised workarounds, such as referring to modest amounts as “free.”
Our new system allows us to define almond milk as it is, leaving less space for interpretation from our experts who are attempting to adjust it to your specific needs.
No. The amount can be listed after the food. 8 ounces in this case. In your Tally Sheet, however, you tally those 8 ounces as a teaspoon. The reason for this is that 8 ounces of almond milk has approximately 35 calories, the majority of which are fat, which fits neatly into the teaspoon requirements. Consider it a somewhat diluted glass of almond butter. (Yum!)
Wine has always been OK, but now we’ve added beer and strong liquor to the mix. Although studies have proven that red wine is healthier than other alcoholic beverages, let’s face it: liquor is booze.
Most people are comfortable with three normal drinks per week, regardless of the drink.
Of course, we don’t want you to overdo it on the sugary mixers, so if you’re searching for Fix-approved cocktails, swing by the Fixate Cooking Show’s party.
On Beachbody, what color container does almond milk come in?
Choose a fluid from the list below, combine it with your favorite Shakeology flavor, then cross off the matching container on your Tally Sheet (along with a red container for your Shakeology). 1-2 percent low-fat milk (8 oz.) 1 tsp. unsweetened almond milk, 1 yellow (8 oz.)
Milk comes in what 21-day fix container?
Over time, more and more milk products have found their way into our supermarkets. Many of them are healthy, but some of them are sugary and unhealthy! For the 21 Day Fix, we’re always on the lookout for unsweetened variations. There are two types of milk when it comes to dairy and non-dairy milk. The first is the kind that you pour over cereal or into a drink. The other type is canned milk, which is utilized in cooking and in recipes.
Because they are all composed of different materials, they have varied container counts. Cow’s milk, almond milk, and soy milk are all classified as various types of milk.
Canned coconut milk is the sole type of canned milk on the 21 Day Fix food lists. On the 21 Day Fix, it’s classified as a “good fat” or a Blue container.
It can be used in a variety of savory and sweet dishes. Many of the recipes ask for chilling the can overnight to firm the cream portion, which is then used separately from the liquid portion. You can also buy only the cream can and get practically a whole can of hardened cream.
The flavor of different brands varies. Some kinds have a pronounced coconut flavor and are best used in desserts. Other types, on the other hand, have no coconut flavor and are excellent for making savory meals creamy.
I’ll do a quick review of these three brands. Two of them were purchased at Walmart’s Asian food area, while the third was purchased at my local Sprout’s Health Food store.
The Sprouts blue can is really creamy and has no coconut flavor. It’s ideal for savory recipes. Like my new White Chicken Chili recipe, which you can find HERE.
Walmart’s yellow can includes a dash of delicious coconut taste. This is something I’d exclusively use for desserts. This crme brulee recipe may be found HERE.
Walmart’s red can has a slight coconut flavor but no sweetness. I’d use it in a savory coconut meal like coconut curry. Like this butternut squash curry recipe HERE.
There’s a sister to coconut milk! Cream of coconut. Basically, as I previously stated, if you put a can of coconut milk in the fridge overnight and then open it, you will get the best results. Coconut cream will be the most difficult portion. The “hard” component is almost entirely made up of canned coconut cream. The watery component of the coconut milk is normally 1/2, but the watery part of the coconut cream is just an inch or two. This Sprout’s brand is the only one I’ve tried, and it tastes nothing like coconut.
Dairy cream is not allowed in the 21 Day Fix because it contains too much fat, as our cow’s milk can only have a fat percentage of 1-2 percent. However, in many recipes, coconut cream can be substituted.
2 tablespoons corn starch added to 1 cup 2 percent milk is the only other cream substitute I’ve ever used. Stir it for a few minutes until it thickens slightly, then add it to your recipe.
Dairy and Non-dairy Products: Refrigerated Milk
The other types of milk on our list are the chilled varieties that you can drink or put on cereal. It can also be used in cooking. They are counted differently depending on the type of milk. The number of fat grams, calories, and protein grams all play a role.
Oat Milk, for example, will be a Yellow because oats are on our Yellow List. Oat milk is made by soaking oats in water and then straining out the solids. That’s how they’re all put together. These are the most popular items on the market, but new ones are released every day.
Chocolate milk is one additional milk that should be highlighted. Because of the sugar level, the pre-sweetened type will not be authorized for the 21 Day Fix. There is an authorized shelf-stable form of almond milk! I use it to make hot chocolate all winter!
Dairy and non-dairy products: Cheese
There are numerous types of cheese!! And I adore them all…or at least the most of them!
“How much does a Blue of cheese weigh?” is a commonly asked question. “NO, two kinds of cheese do not weigh the same!” says the truth.
I packed cheddar cheese into my Blue container as tightly as I could (with the top still on) and it weighed 2.3 ounces.
I constantly advise you to take out that container and use it because it never fails!
If you need to, make a cheat sheet of cheese weights. At the very least, you’ll be able to weigh each of them accurately. Don’t try to weigh all types of cheese at the same time. You’re deceiving yourself!
2 ordinary cheese slices, broken up, fit neatly into a blue. Cheese that is thinly sliced has a different count. I simply folded them square and they fit 5 1/2 slices!!
We’ll refer to the “numbers” of our Blue container for some cheese. A fellow blogger conducted research on each of the foods on our lists and calculated averages and parameters for our containers. This useful downloadable chart may be found HERE.
Using those figures, we can deduce that 2 Babybel and 2 string cheese sticks equal 1B.
According to the nutritional statistics for Laughing Cow wedges, 3 wedges, yes 3 wedges, equal 1B! HERE’s a terrific Philly Cheesesteak recipe that incorporates them.
For a 1/2 Blue jar of flavored Laughing Cow wedges, you’ll need 3 wedges. However, due to the sodium content, you should restrict yourself to three and have half a blue container of something else! Sodium numbers can be found HERE.
Then there are cheeses that aren’t made with dairy. Non-dairy cheese is a crucial alternative for me because I have to minimize my dairy consumption. I count non-dairy cheese the same way I count actual cheese; I just use my Blue to measure it. Even if it’s chopped, measure it once in that container and you’ll know how many to count as one blue.
Other Dairy and Non-dairy Products
Mozzarella Pearls/Balls are a great match for our blue! My favorites are the little ones. I enjoy marinating them in various flavors. With the lid on, I got 25 of them in my blue! Simply push them into the container and clamp the lid shut, no matter what size you use.
One of them is goat cheese. I’d never tried it before the 21 Day Fix, but it’s now a kitchen staple. A turkey burger was the very first recipe I made with it. GET THE RECIPE HERE.
Personally, I prefer the Aldi’s brand, which comes in three kinds. Plain, with a cream cheese-like flavor. Honey is a sweet cream cheese that goes well with fruit. And Garlic Herb, which is “okay,” but might use more salt to improve it.
Bleu and Feta are two of my favorite cheeses. I can use less because they have such a powerful flavor. A recipe for bleu cheese dressing can be found HERE.
During the day, I like to divide my blue container into two parts. One Blue equals five tablespoons. So I can have the best of both worlds in a taco salad with 2 tablespoons of cheese and 3 tablespoons of avocado!
Dairy products on other food lists
On our Protein/Red container lists, you’ll find some different dairy items that are featured in our food lists. There are yogurts, cottage cheese, and ricotta on the menu. In this post, I go over them in detail.
Another dairy product that we can use is butter. An oil teaspoon is equal to unsalted butter. Any brand would suffice!
Non-dairy cheese options are now available in stores, although I am not familiar with any of them. There are brands that correspond to the “numbers” on the Blue containers.
I hope you find this material useful. Please leave a comment if you have any suggestions for dairy and non-dairy products to include in the 21 Day Fix!
How can I figure out how many containers I’ll need for my 21-day fix?
The program is available for purchase on the Beachbody website or through Team Beachbody coaches on social media.
Dieters follow the instructions specified on the Quick Start guide after unboxing the 21 Day Fix guidelines, portion-control containers, and workout DVDs.
Follow Your Workouts
- Upper Fix: Upper-body resistance exercise with a focus on the upper body (chest, back, shoulders, arms and abs).
- Lower Fix: An exercise that “firms and tones your entire lower body while blasting fat and burning calories.”
- Total Body Cardio Fix: Increase your heart rate and burn calories by doing a full-body cardiovascular workout with weights.
- Pilates Fix is a Pilates-based workout that focuses on abdominal strength and thigh firming.
- Yoga Fix is a restorative yoga-based workout that helps with flexibility and balance.
Dieters who follow the 21 Day Fix workout program are encouraged to do at least one workout each day of the week.
Find Your ‘Container Plan’
Before beginning the food plan, 21 Day Fix participants must determine their own calorie requirements.
A mathematical equation is provided in the starting guide to estimate overall calorie needs.
- Add 11 to your current weight in pounds. This is your calorie starting point (basal metabolic rate or BMR).
- To your calorie baseline, add 400 (exercise calorie burn). The outcome is the number of calories you’ll need to stay at your current weight.
- Subtract 750 calories from your calorie requirements. According to Beachbody, this is the calorie target you should eat to lose weight.
The resulting calories help you figure out which plan is best for you and how many servings of each color-coded container you can eat per day.
Each container is varied in size and is intended for use with a certain food group:
Depending on their calorie target, dieters are also allowed two to six teaspoons of nut butter and oils.
You’re allowed the following number of containers per day for the different color-coded categories, depending on your plan:
On the 21-day fix, what color container does oatmeal come in?
I’ve been in full-on planning mode for Seth and I’s two-year anniversary and return from deployment trip in July for the past few days. We were planning on returning to a Sandals resort, like we had done on our honeymoon. All-inclusive, beautiful hotel, opulent accommodation, and the most peaceful week ever.
So I’ve been digging more into all of this over the last few days and ironing out some details, and it appears that going the Sandals approach would put us considerably over budget at least for the sites that looked really cool with a fancy shmancy room. So I started looking for other possibilities while also keeping Sandals in mind.
Then I considered going to Orlando for a week, staying in a high-end hotel or resort, and seeing many amusement parks. This is by far the cheapest choice, and it would leave us with a significant amount of money each day to spend on great restaurants and other activities in Orlando.
So now we basically have two options: go to a Sandals resort, but choose one of the cheaper, closer ones and stay in one of their basic rooms, ooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
On the 21-day fix, what container is ice cream in?
This is fascinating. I’ve always been intrigued about how the 21-day repair works. The way that works is exactly how I think about food and eating. “Fried foods, ice cream, pastries, candies, butter, sour cream, mayonnaise, and soda are not included in the 21 Day Fix,” according to the website. It’s intuitive, and I appreciate that it’s not a cleanse or an elimination diet. That’s fantastic.
Honey’s 21-day fix container is what?
The 21-Day Fix Eating Plan was a delicate balancing act. Autumn Calabrese wants to teach people how to appreciate the taste of true, natural food on the one hand. Your taste buds might adjust to the sweetness onslaught over years of exposure, and things that should be considered sweet, such as ripe peaches or fresh strawberries, no longer fulfill your sweet desire.
On the other hand, she didn’t want to deprive individuals following the 21 Day Fix of a reward, which is why you’re permitted to switch the Yellow container for a treat once in a while. This should have no effect on your taste senses. (Take note of the word.) “on occasion.”)
We didn’t include any sweeteners, but “Honey and molasses are included as “whole food” sweeteners in the 21 Day Fix guide because a yellow container’s worth would be quite a little. Any attempt to bring your taste buds back from Candy Land would be defeated if you added that much to your cuisine.
We’re not complete sadists, though. You may have seen on page 14 in the Tea & Coffee Bar section that you can add one to two teaspoons of raw sugar, honey, molasses, or maple syrup to up to two cups of tea or coffee per day. To put it another way, you can only eat four teaspoons of honey, molasses, maple syrup, or raw sugar per day. This is substantially less than the equivalent in a yellow container and has a minimal calorie impact.
So, except tea and coffee, can you use all four teaspoons in other foods? Why not mix it in with some yogurt or fruit? Yes, technically. Is it something we recommend? Not at all. Consider it this way: The 21 Day Fix is spelled out for you 99 percent of the time. There’s no bother, no fuss. You do, however, have a few options. One of them is this. Using only one to two teaspoons or none at all could be an excellent approach to take personal responsibility.
You may utilize the 21 Day Fix to wean yourself off sugar if you’re battling with a sweet craving. In Week One of the 21 Day Fix EXTREME, use three teaspoons of sweetener, two teaspoons in Week Two, one teaspoon in Week Three, and then no sweeteners at all in Week One. Right after that, you were going to do 21 Day Fix EXTREME, right?