Large, national meal plans and food delivery services have become hugely popular in recent years. These local and regional organizations also provide tasty, creative solutions for busy people trying to cut the junk out of their diets.

Farm to Fork Meals
Chef Michael Panza and his team come up with personalized touches on meal plans that offer healthy, organic food. There’s a vegetarian meal plan, a fit meal plan that’s heavy on lean proteins and healthy carbs and a grain- and dairy-free paleo plan. Ten- or 15-meal weekly plans are available, and you can list allergies and dislikes. You can manage your plans through your profile on the website, and meals come to your door every Monday.

Fitlife Foods
Talk about a one-stop shop for healthy eating. Fitlife began in Tampa in 2011 and expanded into South Florida a couple years ago. You can go into one of their several Broward locations – including the Fort Lauderdale one at 2414 N Federal Hwy. – where staffers are there to walk you through healthy eating options. Or you can go online with their Project U health and wellness training. And while on the website, check out the entire menu of meals ready to be delivered – everything from bison chili con carne to miso marinated salmon to a healthier take on chicken and waffles.

Catered Fit
Meal plans are divided into “Classic,” “Meatless” and “Paleo” and a combo option is also available. The website helps you break things down in terms of calories, protein, carbs and fat. They also offer different sized portions for men, women and “athletes” – if you’re working hard, you get more. They deliver Sundays through Thursdays and in general, offer both a good number of options and easy navigation of those options.


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