top of page

How to count Flavor God Seasonings on Optavia

Updated: Nov 22, 2021

0 Calories, 0 carbs, 0 fat? YES please! Flavor God has a ton of different seasonings, all 0 calories. These are perfect for everyone! Dieting, yes! Watching carb intake, yes! On Optavia, totally a YES!

Flavor God has sooooo many seasonings…. Sweet, savory, and so much more!

A few of my faves:

Everyday Seasonings: Taco Tuesday (you can guess when I use this….yes, every Tuesday for Taco Tuesday, duh!), Hot Wings, Buffalo Seasonings…so many! I haven’t gotten through them all, but I know, once I do, I will LOVE them all!

Sweet: (and I have a legit sweet tooth. Yes, I am a recovering Sugar Addict! The struggle can be real!) But this helps! Chocolate Donut and my all time fave, and I would bet their #1 top selling seasoning/topping: Buttery Cinnamon Roll!

Break down of calories, fat, carbs:


Flavor God Garlic Lovers is 1/4 tsp per serving. 0 calories. 0 fat. 40mg Sodium. 0 carbs. 0 protein.

Flavor God Buffalo Seasoning is 1/4 tsp per serving. 0 calories. 0 fat. 20mg Sodium. 0 carbs. 0 protein.

Sounds perfect, right?? Well, it is! They taste so amazing that you would NOT believe that they are 0 calories, 0 fat AND 0 carbs!

Buttery Cinnamon Roll tastes so buttery, cinnamon, surgary, yummmmmmy -feels like cheating!

Optavia Results - How Do I Count This?

Since I follow the Optavia lifestyle, my biggest question was how do I count these? I checked the Optavia Condiment List but unfortunately, they weren’t listed on there. I assume they are treated as a condiment. Honestly, I haven't been counting them as there is nothing in them except a little sodium AND I am still losing weight. (I have lost just over 50lbs and still going!) … but from what I see on the condiment list, it looks like, on average, seasonings: 1 condiment = 1/2 tsp to 1 tsp.

It hasn't mattered yet (even though on Optavia and other diet plans you are supposed to measure and count EVERYTHING) but I think once I get further down and hit a plateau, these details will probably be important. Or maybe I am worried over nothing and just over thinking this. But since I wanted to find out and couldn’t find anything anywhere I took the next step to find out- I emailed Optavia Support to get the final word on how it count this on Optavia:

***Response from Optavia support: ***

Hello Amy,

...Thank you for reaching out! Per our Condiment & Healthy Fats List, a ½ tsp of a spice mix can count as 1 condiment. Therefore you can use a ½ tsp as 1 condiment serving. Enjoy!...

Nutrition & Program Support Specialist


100 International Drive, 18th Floor

Baltimore, MD 21202

So bottom line, big picture- Per Optavia Support:
Flavor God Season ½ tsp = 1 condiment

AMAZON: (search “Flavor God Seasoning”)

Quick link to Buttery Cinnamon Roll:

4 pack assorted:

· Details from Amazon:

HEALTHY VEGAN SEASONINGS - Certified Kosher, Certified

Paleo, Low Sodium, and Pesticide Free

· ZERO TASTES GREAT - Gluten Free, MSG Free, Dairy Free, Soy Free, Zero Calories, Zero

Carbs, Zero Fat

· SUGGESTED USE: Tacos, Burritos, Steak, Chicken, Seafood, Veggies, Fries, Sauces &

Dips, Pasta, Eggs


ASSORTED FLAVORS - Hundreds of thousands of people use FlavorGod seasonings

during cooking everyday!

· SPICE SET: All of our products are cGMP compliant.

Flavor God website direct: (so many products and specials!) – I ordered my FlavorGod direct from FlavorGod as they had better specials and more choices than Amazon so check them both out to see which place would be best for you to order from.

HUGE Black Friday sales on at RIGHT NOW – $2 seasonings, 75% off, etc! Check it out now! If you miss the Black Friday sale, check it out anyways! They always have a ton of great sales at

(First 2 photos above curtesy of Amazon)


Post: Blog2_Post
bottom of page