Well, I guess it IS a four letter word in reality but it doesn’t have to be one of THOSE four letter words.
What makes dieting one of THOSE four letter words? The monotony of eating the same old bland,tasteless food. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. The endless meals with the cardboard taste, the lettuce ad nauseum, the gritty,grainy meal replacement shakes, etc, etc,etc
You know the bland, right? Anyone that has tried dieting knows bland. Now with the help of emeals.com, you can diet without the bland.
Emeals offers great meal plans that you receive in your email each week. It includes 7 meals with the instructions for making them. Meals, not just main dish. This means you know exactly what you are serving for dinner each day. No guessing as to what sides should go with your Pan Seared Greek Rib-Eye Steaks (yes this is a real meal from the plan!)
Another cool feature is the shopping list that is included. When you select a store from the list at sign up, they send you a shopping list with a cost breakdown. Now more guessing about how much it will cost to feed your family. It’s all listed right on the shopping list.
My particular store is Publix and the list even tells me what is on sale. I personally spend a little extra time cross-matching coupons so that I save even more. (Hey every little bit helps, right?)
The meal plan has the calorie count for each meal listed and,with this new meal plan that they offer, all of the meals are under 500 calories.
Let me repeat that..
Under 500 calories!
Isn’t that awesome! No more guessing about how many calories are in your dinner. Now just watch those calories for the rest of the day and you are on your way to losing the weight.
Why not try emeals this year as a part of your diet plan? Save money, get organized, eat healthy AND lose weight too!
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13 thoughts on “Diet – Is it STILL a 4-Letter Word?”
That one is my favorite meal plan of theirs. The recipes are easy to fix and are actually good — not yucky diet food I won’t eat 🙂
Thanks for sharing about it!
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I love emeals. I’m so glad they introduced the under 500 calorie meals! We just switched our plan to this, this week – can’t wait to try them out!
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I love eMeals. I have tried other meal plan sites, but none were as organized or easy to navigate as eMeals.
I really should look into eMeals. I’ve been struggling so much with creating menus for our family and it’s even harder when I’m trying to watch my weight. The cost is not all that high for the convenience it would provide, either.
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I’ve used emeals before and love that they have everything prepared in a list for you so you don’t have to think up ideas yourself. SO easy! I am going to have to switch my plan to the under 500 calorie meals since I am on gourmet for 2 i think. LOL
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Of course diet is a 4 letter word. However, it is only a bad 4 letter word when people diet irresponsibly and when listening to bad, uninformed advice.
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Sounds Like A great Diet Plan Very Convenient!
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I wish we had emeals in our place. It would be very convenient for me to go on a diet then.
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Diets suck, BUT if you stick them out long enough, you lose that mindset because it becomes a part of your new life. I’m four years post-op from gastric bypass surgery, and believe me, it is by no means the easy way out: you have to work at losing and then maintaining (grazing = regain, ugh), and you have to keep up with protein needs and vitamins and other supplements. For me, counting fat grams works, but calories is also an excellent way to go about it!
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I have heard of eMeals but not tried them. I really do think they would help me stay on track with a healthy eating plan, though.
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I love Emeals! They have an awesome Paleo and gluten free section as well.
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I would had never thought about the 500 calories or less. That is a great bit of advice there.
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I have heard a lot of good things about eMeals. Will have to check them out.