Frequently Asked Questions
The Ketogenic diet is based primarily on a balance high-fat, moderate protein, low carbohydrate ingredients such as avocado, salmon, cheeses, butter, green vegetables without high starch or processed foods.
The Paleo diet is based on the types of food that were eaten prior to the Agricultural Revolution (think caveman style diet). These foods include plenty of meats, seafood, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds while purposely avoiding refined sugars, grains, dairy, trans fats, and processed foods. This diet is full of nutrients and intended to promote good health.
The Vegetarian diet is based on not consuming meat. Foods that are in a vegetarian diet may include vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains, cheese, and eggs. A more strict vegetarian diet, such as vegan, maybe only plant-based and not include any dairy products or eggs. Our Vegetarian meal plan includes cheese and eggs in the plans but you can substitute the items in the recipe as you see fit.
The Vegan diet is based primarily on vegetables, fruits, grains, and nuts to create delicious high energy meals without animal products.
The Pescatarian diet is based primarily on vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, and seafood to create delicious high energy meals without other animal meats.
The Low Carb meal plan diet emphasizes ingredients such as meat, vegetables, healthy fats, and fruits to create delicious high energy meals without grains or processed food.
The 30 Minutes or Less meal plan diet is made for people who want healthy meals that require less than 30 minutes to make. This emphasizes ingredients such as meat, vegetables, fruits, nuts, grains, and healthy fats to create delicious high energy meals without processed food.
The Budget-friendly meal plan diet emphasizes healthy ingredients such as vegetables, fruits, meat, healthy fats, nuts and grains to create delicious, budget-friendly, high energy meals without processed food.
The Gluten-free meal plan is intended for people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. This plan emphasizes healthy ingredients such as vegetables, fruits, meat, healthy fats, and nuts to create delicious high energy meals without gluten or processed foods.
The Anti-inflammatory meal plan is designed to encourage the reduction of low-grade chronic inflammation by emphasizing ingredients such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein, nuts, seeds, and healthy fats to create delicious high energy meals without processed foods.
The Mediterranean meal plan emphasizes ingredients such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, legumes, nuts, fish, poultry, limited red meat, replacing butter with healthy fats such as olive oil, and using herbs and spices instead of salt.
The Whole 30 Day Reset Diet is similar to the Paleo diet but is intended to be more strict. The goal is to help you “reset” your body through eating whole foods while eliminating sugar, alcohol, grains, legumes, soy and dairy from your diet. We recommend proceeding with Paleo after.
The flexitarian meal plan is for people who want to stick to a mainly vegetarian diet while still allowing some meat and meat products within their diet.
The Heart Healthy meal plans are intended to help promote a healthy cardiovascular system by eating more whole foods high in nutrients and limiting excess sugar, red meat, processed foods and added fats.
The Quick and Healthy Meal Plan consists of recipes that are quick to make, healthy and delicious. They are a combination of vegetarian and meat recipes. You can also switch out dairy products for non-dairy options if desired.
DASH- Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. The Dash Diet is a way of eating to help lower hypertension. It focuses on eating foods low in sodium and eating foods that are primarily rich in calcium, magnesium, and potassium. The DASH Diet aims to incorporate more foods such as vegetables, fruits and low-fat or non-fat dairy into your diet.
The Clean Eating Meal Plan is a way to get back on track with your eating habits. It is intended to help eat healthier whole foods. It is a good way for you to up your intake of healthy foods such as whole-grains, lean proteins, healthy fats, fruits and vegetables. It is intended to be a combination of both vegetarian and lean protein based meals.
Each meal plan is intended to serve 2 people.
Yes, you may cancel at any time for any reason.
Each week you will receive a notification email. You can access your current week’s meal plan by clicking the link and logging into your account on our website.
Absolutely, if you have the time! We’re simply here to provide an easy ‘done for you’ solution to help you stay committed to a healthy diet.