Why Did My Calorie Level Drop?
Congratulations on your weight loss success! Now that you weigh less, you need fewer calories. Here’s why... As you lose weight, your body gets smaller, and you need fewer calories to sustain you. This is because it takes less energy (calories) to move your body around and for your heart and organs to do their work. This is a good thing for your health and your waistline.
In order to continue your weight loss success, we've adjusted your calorie level to help you keep losing. Your menu plan will be adjusted to this lower calorie level, so you’ll notice fewer grocery foods on your plan. Don’t feel like you have to make the switch right away. For example, if your lower-calorie menu shows fewer meat, milk and fruit servings, you may choose to continue to eat the amount of fruit and meat servings as you were previously and cut down the milk exchange first. Then, the following week, you can eat less of another food group. Ease into the change and gradually work your way down to this lower level.