Whether you’re sticking to a diet, trying to shed a few pounds, or simply don’t have time to cook, pre-prepped meals are now just a click away. Make nutritious eating easier with these healthy meal delivery services.
From its humble origins in Brooklyn, NY, Blue Apron is now the leading name in the meal delivery industry. They bring sustainable, farm-sourced produce straight to your door, and every 30-minute-or-less recipe features a new, seasonal ingredient.
Marley Spoon brings the celebrated recipes of Martha Stewart straight to your kitchen. Designed with easy weeknight cooking in mind, every recipe comes with pre-measured ingredients and reflects Martha’s love for seasonal flavors.
With over 1,000 meals to choose from, Home Bistro has the largest selection of any delivery service currently out there, including dietary and health-conscious meals such as low sodium, low carb, diabetic, and weight loss options. Most meals can be heated up within ten minutes.
Designed by Dr. Caroline J. Cederquist, M.D., BistroMD’s menus are tailored for weight loss. Choose from standard, gluten-free, or diabetic-geared plans to receive weekly breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Free dietician support is also included.
Unlike most services, Personal Chef To Go never freezes their food. The menu is diverse, and changes about every nine weeks.
Green Chef is all about flexibility. You can try different plans every week and even skip weeks. All of the ingredients are USDA certified organic.
No time to cook? Meet the 30-second healthy meal. Daily Harvest ships cups of frozen smoothie ingredients, and pre-portioned, ready-to-eat soups. Organic and full of superfoods, simply add a liquid base and pop in the blender or microwave. Easy as pie, or in this case, a cacao and avocado smoothie.
Eating more veggies is always a good idea, and Purple Carrot makes this easy with an entire menu of vegan, plant-based, and dairy-free meals.
Interested in a personalized nutrition program? Book an appointment with NYHRC nutritionist, Alanna, Cabrero: http://nyhrc.com/nutrition.