All breakfasts are designed so that you’ll receive a complete protein and carbohydrate pair.
Also, they will be labeled according to the number of days you ordered. Sometimes, the protein and carbohydrate are packaged separately. For example, we may give you egg whites with baked oatmeal for Day 1. The egg whites are packaged separately from the oatmeal.
We would write a 1 on the egg white container and a 1 on the baked oatmeal container, so you know that they are a pair. Some days, you will have a meal that is a combined protein and carbohydrates like Chocolate Protes – a delicious combination of oatmeal and protein powder.
You will find boxes in your delivery or pick-up containing just a source of protein and veggies such as chicken with zoodles or ground turkey with roasted carrots – we consider these “lunches”. If you wish to have a starchy carb added to this meal, we can accommodate that for you, as we consider these “dinners.”
The “dinner” boxes will contain a protein, veggie and a starchy carbohydrate such as sweet potato, white potato, pasta, or rice.
Snacks are compact and generally identifiable. The foods you see are to give you a visual idea of what you might taste, but of course, are not the actual donut. Many of our snacks are vegan and we also use a whey powder with only stevia substitute. You can expect a wide range of things like cookies, pretzels, shakes, or even a hot pocket! You may see a note from the health coaches with suggestions on how to eat the snack. Now, you don’t have to follow the note, it’s just a suggestion!
Sometimes your snacks will be numbered with a circle around the number. This means that your health coach wants you to eat that snack on that particular day. For example, if you see a snack has a 1 with a circle on it, they would like for you to eat that on Day 1. If your snacks do not have numbers, it’s simply your choice.