A lifestyle change is never easy, but sometimes it’s necessary. For the constantly on-the-go American, switching to a healthy diet almost always requires more time—more cooking, more grocery shopping, more preparation and more cleaning—unless you opt for a weight loss food delivery service.
If you’re looking for something fast and convenient without the hassle of frequenting the grocery store, bistroMD offers a weight loss food delivery service that can help you successfully lose weight while eating healthy and delicious food
We cook with the freshest ingredients and have over 200 recipes and a customizable menu so you should have no problem finding something to satisfy your taste buds.
Every bite you take follows this proven approach for healthy weight loss. Our program provides 1,100-1,400 calories daily with 40-50% total caloric intake from lean, adequate protein, 20-25% of calories from healthy fats, and 30-35% from complex carbohydrates.
It only takes a few weeks to start seeing results. You don’t have anything to lose, but the fat!
The two programs range from $130-$160 and EATS, our essential and tasty snacks are just $1.50 per snack. Women receive two snacks per day and men receive three snacks per day.
If you opt out of weight loss food delivery, try these tips to incorporate diet and fitness into your daily routine
If you’re trying to lose weight, a good diet and regular exercise are essential tools for success.
Exercise at the time of day that suits you
Some experts say working out in the morning before you start your day is the optimum time to work out. Some say to work out in the evening to unwind from your day. We say that you should work out whenever it suits YOU. That way you’re more likely to do it, look forward to it and get the most out of it. Mornings are ideal if you have a busy and demanding career. Lunch-time or after-work fitness may be better if you’re not a morning person. See what works for you!
For convenience, pair regular exercise with weight loss food delivery to stress less about meeting your goals.
Make easy snacks so you’re more likely to eat them later
A healthy, balanced snack can help you feel fuller, longer and also help fuel your workout.
Overeating is a big weight gain factor. By eating healthy protein snacks, it will be easier for your body to regulate itself and not get hungry as fast.
If you’re going to use your healthy snack to fuel your workout, make sure you eat at least 30 minutes before you hit the gym.
Try yogurt, fruit, nuts, cottage cheese or sliced turkey.
Skip the soda and choose water
Water is essential for good health. You should drink plenty of water before, during and after your workout. However, if you’re working out at a higher intensity, switch to watered-down Gatorade to replace those electrolytes.
Try to cut back on the coffee and avoid having it before and after your workout. It removes water from your system and can dehydrate you. And always avoid energy drinks.
For more diet and fitness tips, visit Everyday Health.