Created by credentialed nutrition professionals and culinary facilitators, these healthy eating meal plans are designed to help you get started with meeting your health goals.
Three or five meals plus snacks
Includes when to use leftovers
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Sun Basket subscription sold separately.
We have partnered with Sun Basket to provide you with a sustainable, healthy eating solution. Each week, your meal plan offerings will feature three Sun Basket dinner recipes; simply follow the link on your dinner card for that day. These Registered Dietitian-approved recipes will arrive straight to your door as a meal kit, featuring fresh, pre-measured ingredients including organic produce and nourishing whole foods, with easy-to-follow recipes—no grocery shopping required. For the rest of your week, our meal planner and smart grocery list make it easy to create simple cook-at-home meals and snacks.
Epicured subscription sold separately.
We have partnered with Epicured to provide you with a sustainable solution to following a low FODMAP diet. You'll have plenty of options for simple cook-at-home meals as well as Epicured fully prepared meals and snacks - feel good low FODMAP food prepared for you by Michelin star chefs.
These low FODMAP plans contain ingredients considered to be low in Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides, and Polyols. These molecules are poorly absorbed by some people and avoiding them may provide relief for certain digestive conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD.) It is important to seek a diagnosis and recommendation from your healthcare professional before following a low FODMAP diet. The low FODMAP diet was created by researchers at Monash University and all ingredients are selected utilizing their guidelines
Flavis Low Protein Products
This renal diet plan contains recipes aimed at slowing the progression of CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease). People with CKD suffer from poor kidney function. Observing a diet that is low in protein and sodium alleviates pressure on the kidneys and preserves their function, delaying the disease progression.
If you are actively receiving dialysis (in-center or at home), this is NOT the plan for you. Please make an appointment to make a custom high-protein plan based on your monthly nutrition lab work to ensure you are eating enough protein to support dialysis and minimize fluid gains between treatments.