About 550 calories per serving
Full in flavor to keep you satisfied
20 grams protein or more per serving at least 5 grams fiber
House-made sauces with phenomenal flavor
Never any added sugar, gluten, soy,or dairy
Balanced meals to keep you healthy and happy
Approved by our in-house dietitians
Not all calories are created equal, but paying attention to the number and type of calories in meals can support your health and fitness goals. That's why we launched our weight management meal plan, Lean & Clean, offering meals around 550 calories per serving and made with high-quality foods so you can be certain you're getting the most bang for your bite. A "diet" only works long-term if you can avoid feeling deprived. Lean & Clean recipes feature lean proteins and clean ingredients, high in protein and fiber with good fats, and no added sugar, to help you feel more satisfied and avoid unhealthy cravings. If you are eating delicious, satisfying meals, it won't feel like a chore, and you'll be better able to make healthy choices.
While not a sexy topic, fiber is important, and a critical component to a healthy diet. Not only do foods full of fiber help you feel fuller longer, which is useful if you're trying to lose weight or manage your weight, studies are increasingly showing that these foods can promote healthy gut bacteria, known as the microbiome, which is essential to overall wellness.
We pack our Lean & Clean meals full of clean, unprocessed ingredients. Our plan makes clean eating meal prep a breeze, with no grocery shopping required to cook organic produce, antibiotic- and hormone-free meats, and sustainably sourced seafood. Co-developed by industry-leading chefs and expert dietitians, our Lean & Clean Meal Plan really gives you the best of all worlds. It's delicious, real, flavorful food inspired by global cuisine with foods that are naturally delicious, clean, and nutritionally balanced.
While reducing calories and eating a balanced diet are critical when trying to lose weight, regular exercise is also important. Sadly, you cannot outrun (or out-cycle or out-pilates) a bad diet. Some people thrive on a daily, mellow yoga practice. Others love running miles and miles on end. There is no "right way" to exercise, especially when it comes to weight loss. Only you can determine what works for you and fits your lifestyle.
When starting any weight loss journey and reducing calorie intake, it can be helpful to have a back pocket list of handy snacks that are low in calories and high in the good stuff like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. We recommend having some easy-to-grab, prepared snacks on hand in the fridge or pantry. Some of our favorites include baby carrots, jicama sticks, apple slices with nut butter, hard-boiled eggs, and nuts.