Changing your eating habits is hard, but it’s one of the most important things you can do for your own health and wellbeing. Eating well can help you get your body back to a healthy weight, it can give you more energy, help you sleep better and keep your moods more level.
If you want to create change that lasts, preparation is key to avoiding falling back into old habits. When we were setting up Fitfood, one of our goals was to make healthy eating as easy as possible. Here’s how Fitfood meals can help you create lasting change to your eating routines.
Healthy meals delivered
Instead of having to motivate yourself to plan healthy meals and shop for the right foods (without being distracted down the biscuit aisle), we deliver Fitfood meals to your door. You pick the meals you like, our chefs create them, and we deliver them fresh every week. When you’re ready to eat, just grab one out of the fridge, heat, and eat. With healthy options sitting in your fridge, you won’t be tempted by takeaway options when you’re feeling too tired to cook.
Start at your own pace
Sometimes it’s better to ease into change. We’ve got a range of themed six packs, like Indian Lifestyle, Weight Management and Vegetarian, but we also have build-a-box subscriptions. You can pick from as few as four meals a week to as many as 24. To ease into the healthy eating lifestyle, trying Fitfood meals a few nights a week, then increase the number as you get used to eating healthy, whole foods.
Lunches and dinners
Even if you’ve got a plan for dinners, unhealthy food can creep in at other times of the day. Fitfood meals make great lunches, and they’re super easy to bang in the microwave at work. There are a huge range of options, so you won’t run out delicious new meals to try.
Calorie-controlled, nutritionally balanced meals
Most importantly, we make sure that every Fitfood meal is nutritionally balanced, so you know you’re getting all the good things your body needs. They’re also all portion controlled, so you don’t have to judge how much you should be eating yourself.