Diet to Go Review

About the Program

Diet to Go is a diet meals delivery service providing fresh, convenient and nutritional low-fat, low-sodium, and low cholesterol meals.

This diet program meets the requirements of the American Cancer Society, the American Dietetic Association, the American Diabetes Association, and the American Heart Association.

This plan will not only help you lose weight, but it will also improve your health.

There are some areas where you can actually pick up your food – other areas it will be shipped. They service the USA at this time.

Foods You Can Eat

This plan offers low-fat diets, vegetarian diets, and low-carbohydrate diets for 4 weeks at a time. There is a large variety of foods you get and you won’t have to give up all your favorite foods either.

Some of the scrumptious meals can include Mexican style burritos, Baked Atlantic Salmon, Old Fashioned Meatloaf, and for breakfast you can get pancakes, omelets, muffins, and bagels. You’ll even find desserts!

They offer four weekly menus that repeat themselves in a four week cycle so you’ll receive a different set of weekly meals for a month. Then after that the cycles repeat.

You can order the meals come in two different calorie levels; 1200 and 1600 per day. If there is a meal you don’t like, you can select from a substitute list.

Exercise

They don’t have a set exercise plan in place; however they do offer information, activities, and tips on exercise through “Ask the Dietician.”

Costs

The costs for Diet to Go are based on how many meals you choose per day, which calorie level you select, and if you want desserts. The average costs are $60 to $75 weekly.

Pros

- Convenience of prepared meals

- No calorie counting, shopping or cooking

- Great for a busy lifestyle

Cons

- More costly than preparing your own meals

Summary

Diet to Go is healthy and a great way to get started losing weight. As with any delivery program, you will have a transition period when you start cooking yourself. However with their plan, you can order fewer meals per day and transition into cooking your own meals a little easier.



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