After seeing eDiets online weight-loss program, you may think losing those extra pounds could not get any easier. With a wealth of resources, it seems as if they have every aspect covered from customized menus to personalized fitness programs. Could it be more simple?
The answer is most certainly.
eDiets introduces DeliciouslyYours, a meal delivery plan that Fed Ex's breakfast, lunch and dinner right to your doorstep. The process of using DeliciouslyYours is simple. Every week members log onto the website and pick the meals that they like. With the DeliciouslyYours program, you create your own personalized menus as opposed to receiving pre-packaged, pre-selected meals.
This fresh approach to meal delivery uses nothing powdered, frozen or canned. There is no calorie counting and no cooking necessary. All of the foods is made by a chef. The DeliciouslyYours program was rated best in taste and nutrition among the home delivery meal plans by epicurious.com.
All you have to do is heat and eat. By following the DeliciouslyYours program, expect to lose 10 pounds in 5 weeks. The plans come with four meals a day -- breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack or dessert.
There is a variety of foods with more than 50 from which to choose including beef and egg noodle casserole, California breakfast, Asian vegetable stir fry with brown rice, bbq chicken breast with roasted red potatoes and sweet corn, jerk pork loin with honey pineapple glaze, black bean/veggie salsa and brown rice.
A sample day's menu looks like this -- honey oat granola with yogurt for breakfast, Mediterranean grilled chicken salad for lunch, grilled pork loin with barley pilaf for dinner and sugar-free pudding for a snack. The best part is that since you choose the meals that appeal to your palate, you don't have to worry about receiving any foods that you don't like.
Not only will you have your own personal chef, you will also have access to eDiets own nutritionist Pam Ofstein and fitness expert Raphael Calzadilla. In addition, there's also 24/7 peer interaction on the support boards.
The cost of one week's worth of meals is $131.60 which includes shipping and handling.