Yes, that is correct. On Glow15 low days most of your meals will be plant-based with small amounts of animal protein (think more a “side” dish portion than a “main.”) In order to maintain nutrient intake and avoid restricting calories, you’ll compensate with healthy fats and as many servings you need to be satisfied on ow days. In the back of the book, there are food sources with their amount of protein listed. Reference that as you plan your protein choices for a low day. For example, if a typical serving of chicken (4 oz) has 34 grams of protein but on a low day you simply want to have ~ 8 grams with your lunch or dinner, then you will aim for 1 oz of chicken breast. Remember that vegetables, grains, nuts, and seeds all contain protein so you want to take your whole meal into consideration when mapping out your choices for the week.