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Biggest Loser Simply Sensible Entrees Make Preparing Healthy Meals Simple

The Biggest Loser has taken the guess work out of one more weight loss stumbling block with the introduction of their new Biggest Loser Simply Sensible Entrees. These low calorie and healthy packaged entrees, when combined with a cup of vegetables, make a well-balanced, low-calorie, healthy meal. Certified by the American Heart Association, the pre-portioned meals are always fresh, never frozen, and ready in minutes to save you time and calories.

Created by chef Calvin Harris, Simply Sensible Entrees are available in five fresh and delicious flavors:

  • Beef Pot Roast with Mashed Potatoes, 220 calories per serving, 2 servings per package
  • Lasagna with Meat Sauce, 200 calories per serving, 2 servings per package
  • Mediterranean-Style Chicken Boneless Chicken Breast with rib meat in a White Wine & Rosemary Sauce and Bowtie Pasta, 250 calories per serving, 2 servings per package
  • Beef Tips and Gravy with Brown Rice, 200 calorie per serving, 2 servings per package
  • Zing Chicken Boneless Chicken Breast with rib meat in a Sweet & Spicy Asian-Style Sauce and Brown Rice, 230 calories per serving, 2 servings per package

The fully cooked meals are a snap to prepare, either in the microwave or simmered on the stove.

Biggest Loser Simply Sensible Entrees are available at Publix grocery stores in the meat department.

March 16th, 2011

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Donna S Gray

Where are Biggest Loser Simply Sensible Meals in Texas? I enjoy your show and would like to know where one can get your pre-package foods in Texas. Thank You I was your website and saw all you pre-package items and would like to know where to purchase them in TX

posted Nov 3rd, 2012 4:37 pm


I was really looking forward to trying to beef tips based on the picture on the box. Imagine my surprise when I opened the box and found nothing but a bag of rice and gravy. Totally disappointed. Had literally 1 piece of beef attached to a piece of fat. Absoulutely no flavor. Totally false advertising in my opinion. The least the Co. could do is put a picture of the mush on the box so you know what you're getting because you definitely don't get what's pictured. Will not be buying this again. Anyone looking for a good low cal meal try the Healthy Choice Top Chef. Delicious and as pictured on box. Nice flavor also. Forget Biggest Loser!!!!!

posted Jun 2nd, 2012 5:11 am


I bought the beef tips and to my surprize there was absolutly NO BEEF! just rice and grave How disappointing was that WHERES THE BEEF!!! How do I get my money back ? can't get onto their web site either.

posted May 31st, 2012 12:22 am

Grace Smith

Who is responsible for Quality control? i BOUGHT a Beef Tips and Gravy with Brown Rice Dinner at the grocery store and was all set to enjoy a meal,but the prpblem was when I opened it up there was just rice and 1 piece of meat 1/2 inch by 1/2 inch for 2.5 servings.I don't mind paying 299 for it but would like all I pay for.This will be the last as I might just as well do my own.

posted May 22nd, 2012 8:19 pm


I agree with Joel. That was the worst food item I have ever eaten. The packet was mostly gravy. I had to use a strainer to get the little chunks of beef & vegetables. I had to put it over two slices of toast so I could make a meal of it. I also had to season it because it had no flavor to it.

posted May 11th, 2012 2:06 am


When I saw this on sale in Publix, I thought it would be a delicious, quick alternative to cooking at home. I was sorey mistaken! I had the beef pot roast. It was mostly a brownish gravey like substance. It had about 15 peas, 12 small bits of carrot, 5 small pieces of potatoe and two extremely tough bits of beef. It is supposed to feed two but 7.5 peas, 6 carrot bits, 2.5 peices of a potato an a tiny piece of beef (I cannot stress how tiny) is NOT an appropriate meal for an adult! I will NEVER purchase this product again!

posted May 8th, 2012 9:09 pm


Absolute crap food. Low quality, mush.

posted May 4th, 2012 2:29 am


I have been to the Super Walmarts and Super Targets in the San Antonio, Tx and can not find these meals anywhere. Where can I get them?

posted Apr 30th, 2012 12:05 am

Steve Norman

How and where can I get your meals in Saint Joseph, Missouri? I can't find your easy to prepair meals anywhere around my area. Would like to start buying some for my wife and myself. Please help.

posted Apr 13th, 2012 1:10 am


Where in Salem, MA can I buy Biggest Lose Simply Sensible entrees? I live in the 01970 area, Salem MA do you know when I can buy the meals in my area? Everything looks and sounds very tasty so I would love to try them. Thank You

posted Feb 15th, 2012 4:55 am


I had the Mediterranean Chicken for lunch today and I added 1 cup of green beans. I had the Beef Tips and Brown Rice meal for dinner tonight and I added 1 cup of steamed broccoli. Both meals were very tasty and filling. They were not bad at all. I caught them on sale at Publix. Will buy more!

posted Feb 15th, 2012 12:53 am


my zip code is 39664. were can I purchase these

posted Nov 2nd, 2011 3:37 pm

Rosalind M Key

My zip code is 28314 when will the Simple Sensible meals be in my area? I live in Fayetteville, N. C. and I want to purchase the Simple Sensible Biggest Losser Meals but they are not in my area. I would like to know when and where can I get them in my area.

posted May 20th, 2011 3:45 pm


Where can I buy Biggest Loser Simply Sensible meals? We have Publix's here in Summerville SC, but they dont have the Simple Sensible Meals. Do you know when they will carry them?

posted Apr 12th, 2011 10:05 pm


Excellent food and just the right amount and great choices. Come out witih more meals! I'll definitely buy them!

posted Apr 9th, 2011 8:42 pm


Good news for L.A. folks. I finally found 3 of these (beef tips, med chix, zing chix) today at Von's at the corner of Vermont and 3rd. Bought all kinds and tried the beef tips w/ brown rice tonight and they were not bad at all!

posted Apr 4th, 2011 3:44 am


Do you sell them in any other stores. We have no Publix in Las Vegas.

posted Mar 31st, 2011 12:02 pm

Dan Kap

Where the heck do you get it? I have their rebate coupon for it and I've checked three major grocery chains for it. I live in the Los Angeles area, so if anyone knows where I can get the stuff...thanks!

posted Mar 30th, 2011 8:57 am


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