Get a Pre-Made Wellness Plan that Works for You


How do you get a wellness plan that’s tailored to your wants and needs? After all, everyone is different when it comes to diet, exercise, and overall health goals. 

No two bodies are the same, and your wellness plan won’t be the same as your family members’ or friends’—and that’s okay! 

Some people are looking to lose weight, and others are attempting to pack on a few more pounds. You might be interested in trying out the keto diet, while someone else is hoping to give Whole30 a whirl. 

You deserve a personalized wellness plan that’s as unique as you! 


Integrated Health

Before you dive headfirst into a wellness program, you need to make sure it’s right for you and your body. Your health comes first. Research various providers in your area. Take a little bit of time to determine which one will work best for you (and your insurance plan). 

Kick off an appointment with a quick conversation about your goals. Discuss fitness, nutrition, and what you want your unique wellness plan to entail. 

Doctors, nutritionists, and dietitians are there to help you. Don’t shy away from asking questions and being specific about your needs. 


Trending Wellness Plans

Check out top-trending diet wellness plans. Here’s a quick rundown of the most popular diets, but there are many more out there! Do some research to ensure you make an educated, healthy choice for your body.

Whole30: For 30 days, you eliminate specific food groups from your diet, like dairy, legumes, carbs, alcohol, and grains. Meat, fish, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats are all fair game. The goal of this program is to reset your relationship with food and eliminate bad habits.

Paleo: This “caveman” diet takes its inspiration from Paleolithic-era food groups. Lean meats, nuts, seeds, fish, fruits, veggies are typical fare. You’ll have to say goodbye to grains, legumes, dairy, refined sugar, potatoes, salt, and processed foods.

Keto: The low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet is all about putting your body into a state of ketosis. This process occurs when your body no longer has carbs as an energy source, so it breaks down protein and fat instead. On keto, you cannot consume fruits, grains, root vegetables, beans, sugary foods, alcohol, and more. Meat, cheese, butter, cream, eggs, fatty fish, nuts, and avocados are allowed. 


Health Coach

Twisted Foods offers a free consultation with a health coach. That’s right, free! All your nutrition questions? Answered. Personalized food plan, wellness plan, and meal prep? We’re ready to make it a reality for you. Ideas and support for staying on track? You got it. 

We offer the highest level of customization of any meal prep company. We don't just create generic plans to try to appeal to everyone.

You'll get a one-on-one consultation with a meal prep coordinator to discuss your goals, eating habits, and the number of meals you need. 

We go over the foods you like and dislike so we can create a personal menu for you with the foods you love. Make adjustments at any time to fully customize your program.

It’s easy to get a pre-made wellness plan! Twisted Foods is here for you every step of the way. If you’re interested in learning more, reach out to us today.

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