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So far I’m loving the plan and feeling improved energy and have already lost a bit of weight. That being said, the app needs some work. There seems to be a way to put in foods that are not part of your plan (example, I ate an extra apple and want to log that) but it isn’t functional. The grocery list doesn’t work well- I plugged in my entire plan and went to the grocery store and bought everything I needed only to get home ready to cook and find out I was missing half of the required ingredients. Also I think the portion sizes don’t adjust as they should- for example my recipe may conform to my body’s plan and I make myself a bowl of what turns out to be about 1 cup of food yet the recipe says to add 1/2 cup of onions. I would like the “swap” option to include maybe some easier choices so that if I don’t have time to cook a whole recipe I have another choice or could at least log what I did end up eating. Lastly, I wish there were more vegan options- I’m pretty much limited to 4-5 different meals to choose from and they are the same meals for both dinner and lunch so it’s getting old to eat the same things every day.
It took a few tries to figure out how to add my food changes that weren’t recommended, but other than that, it worked very well. I have read reviews where folks think you can’t change recipes to ones not listed. If you need to change the food item, and it isn’t recommended, just go to your recipe choice (no matter what it was). “Add” the items you want to eat with the “add” button within whatever recipe is loaded. “Remove” any item you didn’t eat (regardless of the recipe loaded). Then click ,”track.” That’s all you have to do. I am always shocked at the “recalculation” for my macros. You can instantly see if your choice was good for you or not. Usually, not! Hence, why I needed this diet. Adding “my” choices for eating, with this app, is one of the ways I can track if I am grasping the macros, outside of the recommendations. I love the taste of the recipes, and the communication from coaches thru the app. When I have questions, they are quick to reply. I check in once a week, and they recalculate recommendations. I have so many complements on my skin, weight, and healthy look. I bet 20 people asked me what diet I was on. Love everything about it!
I was not really looking for a weight loss plan when I stumbled across a video that talked about Dr. Goglias G-Plan. I had pretty much given up on losing weight and in fact was starting to think about weight loss surgery. I had tried all the other plans in the past, even some that restricted me to just 500 calories a day. Then I dove deep into the Internet to learn about G-Plan. I was both amazed and the success stories I found and also disappointed that there was not much information out there. But I figured that $39 was a small amount of money to give it a chance. Within the first few days of starting I noticed how much better I felt. My energy level went through the roof. I had clarity of mind. All cravings for soda and sweets were completely gone. My body no longer ached and I was losing weight. The best part, I was eating a lot of really good food. In just 2 months I’ve lost 30 lbs and several inches off my waist and hips. My success even inspired my wife to join and now we are on this journey together. This plan is amazing and it can work for you as well. I highly recommend G-Plan and Dr. Goglia is a blessing in my life.
Let me start off by saying, I completely believe in this program even though I have yet to really start it. That’s why I went ahead and purchased the year long plan with confidence. However, the way that the app works and the complexity of most of the actual meals are designed really disallows you to substitute quicker food when you don’t have the time to make execute the recipes. I would love to see more grab and go lunch items in particular. For example, Is there a sandwich or salad I could easily make that fits my meal plan? I also don’t like that I can’t start the meal plan on the day I desire. I downloaded the program and that very same day there were meals. Who has the time to get and cook everything needed that quickly? I also wish that the weeks had dates on them like the daily plan meals do so that I know what I’m shopping for since the grocery lists are by week. Week 1 and Week 2 already came preprogrammed, but today I customized “next week” and I’m not sure if that’s week 2 or week 3’s grocery list. I’m a bit frustrated as of right now, so the plan will be paused until I feel more prepared to execute it since I can’t choose a start date (like Monday).
I’ve used Weight Watchers for years, but I was looking for something a little more tailored to me. Pros: The test was fun and shed some insight. The recipes are fairly simple and enjoyable. Cons: One of the main reasons I was looking forward to this app was the ease of picking recipes that then generated a grocery list(saving me about 2 hours every Sunday planning). Imagine my frustration when after shopping I came home to find that my grocery list was fairly incomplete. You see, all the “free foods” like condiments, spices, sauces, curry pastes, fresh toppings(liked diced tomato for tacos) don’t generate in the grocery app. So just like WW(but for more money) I’m left spending time hand writing out a grocery list doing math on ingredients times x amount of meals etc. Making the grocery function useless. My other issue is that the app is glitchy. Often takes too long to load, doesn’t seem to receive the signal from my touchscreen until multiple attempts, and not infrequently just needs to reboot. If they fix the grocery list and the lags, I’d love this app. I think the concept behind this eating plan is a good one. But it was not well executed app wise. I’ve yet to be able to input my water intake. So frustrating. If it’s not fixed soon I’m going to cancel unfortunately.
Developed by Goglia Nutrition, LLC.
G-Plans: Customized Nutrition is ranking in Health & Fitness & Food & Drink
Last update was at Jan 29, 2020and the current version is 2.14.0.
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