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If you are on this page, chances are you've just received your very first Kooshi delivery. We have included some information here that will help you get started with your new lifestyle, including heating instructions, bag/container recycling and more.

Calorie Meal Programs

Macros Breakdown

The calorie count provided is for three meals per day, totaling 1200, 1500 and 2500 calories daily.

The values listed per program are per individual meal, ensuring balanced nutrition throughout your day. If you have questions, please reach out to our customer support team. We're here to help you on your health journey.

1200 Calorie Meal Program

  • Protein: 3 ounces (approximately 85 grams)
  • Vegetable: 2 ounces (approximately 57 grams)
  • Carbohydrates: 2 ounces (approximately 57 grams)
  • Fats: 1 ounce (approximately 28 grams)
  • Fiber: 8 grams

1500 Calorie Meal Program

  • Protein: 4 ounces (approximately 113 grams)
  • Vegetable: 3 ounces (approximately 85 grams)
  • Carbohydrates: 3 ounces (approximately 85 grams)
  • Fats: 1.5 ounces (approximately 42 grams)
  • Fiber: 10 grams

2500 Calorie Meal Program

  • Protein: 5 ounces (approximately 142 grams)
  • Vegetable: 4 ounces (approximately 113 grams)
  • Carbohydrates: 4 ounces (approximately 113 grams)
  • Fats: 2.5 ounces (approximately 71 grams)
  • Fiber: 12 grams

These values provide a balanced macronutrient profile for each of the specified calorie levels. Keep in mind that these are approximate values and can be adjusted as needed to meet specific dietary requirements or preferences.

The macro list provided is a general guideline based on the specific calorie and macro combinations. Whether it represents an ideal measurement for a healthy diet depends on various factors, including individual nutritional needs, dietary preferences, activity levels, and overall health goals.

Here are some considerations:

  1. Individual Needs: Everyone's nutritional needs can vary based on factors such as age, gender, weight, height, activity level, and any specific dietary restrictions or health conditions.
  2. Balanced Diet: A balanced diet typically includes a variety of foods from all food groups, including protein sources, vegetables, carbohydrates, healthy fats, and fiber-rich foods. The macro list provided attempts to distribute these macronutrients in a balanced way.
  3. Total Calories: The total calorie intake plays a significant role in determining whether a diet is suitable for your goals. The calorie levels mentioned (1200, 1500, and 2500) can be appropriate for different individuals, depending on their specific needs and objectives.
  4. Nutrient Density: In addition to macros, the quality of the food you consume is crucial. We strive to provide nutrient-dense foods that provide essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Incorporating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables.
  5. Personalization: To determine an ideal measurement for a healthy diet, it's often best to work with a registered dietitian or nutritionist who can assess your unique needs and help create a personalized plan.
  6. Lifestyle Factors: Consider your lifestyle, physical activity level, and any dietary preferences when designing a diet plan. Some people may require more protein or fats due to their fitness goals or dietary choices.

Ultimately, the "ideal" measurement for a healthy diet varies from person to person. It's important to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian to develop a nutrition plan that aligns with your specific goals and ensures you're meeting your individual nutritional requirements.