Meal Plans

Often, clients want to a meal plan, not a full interview and nutrition assessment. 




If that's you, skip the appointment. Select one of the free trials below. No credit card required to get started!

When the free trial is over, renewing costs just $9/month--way less than a session with a dietitian. 


General Good Eats: 
This is perfect for anyone who used to eat healthy and wants to "refresh" their healthy habits. 


Vegan, vegetarian, or just trying to eat more plants? This is the menu for you.



If you want access to meal planning tools but you want full control, this option is for you. You'll have access to recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks without being told which to eat when. 



Targeted Diets: 
This gluten-free plan is aimed at clients with inflammatory conditions, like arthritis and Celiac Disease. 

You guessed it; this plan is intended to help those with diabetes or pre-diabetes manage their blood sugar.


Slowing Kidney Disease
This plan aims to slow the progressive of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). 


Those living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) will benefit from reducing FODMAPs. 




Why Buy a Meal Plan? 

It's easy. You never have to think, "What am I going to make tonight?" Your meals and snacks come pre-picked by a registered dietitian (unless you choose the Customizable Planner).



It's inexpensive. A one month subscription costs way less than an hour appointment.



It's valuable. You don't just get a meal plan. You also get the nutrition facts and a grocery list. 


It's delicious. You'll have access to over 30 flavorful recipes tailored to your dietary needs, not bland meal ideas like "grilled chicken."

It's dietitian-approved. Not all meal plans are created by registered dietitians, but these meal plans are.


Disclaimer: These meal plans are not intended to replace the advice of a physician. Meal plans cannot diagnose, prevent, or cure any specific condition. They are meant to be used to support other treatments, like medication. 

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