The first quarter of the year is almost coming to an end. Research shows that maintaining a healthy weight is in the mind of almost everyone. This is because it has been proven to be the key to enjoying a stress free lifestyle. However, most people find it difficult to indulge in healthy foods. Some folks are too busy to be able to shop for the groceries. There are also others who don’t like preparing their own meals. Eating junk food therefore seems like an easier option for anyone that’s running out of time and money. Meal deliveries were invented to help people stick to eating healthy foods without having to worry about time or money. Here is a list of delivery diets that have been tried and tested.
Nutrisystem is a special meal delivery service that caters for the interests of people that want to shed off excess weight. According to Patriciaandcarolyn.com, the service gives you the option of ordering food that’s ready to eat or getting the ingredients so you can prepare the meal on your own. If you like prepping your food, the meal delivery service will ship frozen ingredients to your doorstep. This helps in ensuring that the ingredients remain fresh regardless of how soon you will need to use them. The other advantage is that they have a wide pool of menu items that totals to about 160. You can therefore be sure that you will not run out of options or eat the same meal every day. Their ingredients are also carefully chosen to ensure that they don’t contain many calories. All meals major on vegetables, good fats and lean meats. In case you don’t lose weight after following the meal plan religiously for one month, you are assured of getting a refund.
2. South Beach Diet
South beach diet was developed by a renowned heart health specialist. In fact, the doctor wrote a book that contained guidelines that could be followed by those that are battling with unwanted weight gain. When you subscribe to the meal delivery service, you are assured of getting food ingredients for a period of 28 days. This is done to save you from the hassle of having to shop for groceries. Although their main focus is to help you lose weight, they don’t make you cut back on your daily consumption of calories abruptly. They do it gradually to allow your body to cope with the cravings. The meals are also ideal for people that have diabetes. However, it’s recommended you consult your doctor first before subscribing for this meal delivery service. The cost of the service is also designed to be pocket-friendly because they don’t charge you any shipment fee. There is also an app that’s meant for helping you keep tabs on your daily calories intake.
3. Blue Apron
Blue Apron gives you the privilege of ordering for food ingredients regardless of the size of your family. The good thing is that their meals contain ingredients that are ideal for vegans and non-vegans. The meals are actually shipped four days in a week. Interestingly, they allow you to select the ingredients that you don’t want to feature in your meals. And for the sake of ensuring that you don’t overeat, the ingredients come pre-measured and prepped so that you can start cooking them right away. Besides that, they allow you to postpone some meals when you are sure you will not be at your usual workplace or residence. This means that they will not bill you for meals that were not delivered. In case you want to try different recipes, they allow you to swipe the menu every week.
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