Fresh Diet: Discount Coupon & Thoughts on the Food @FreshDiet

Last week, I reviewed the Fresh Diet - a diet and meal plan that gets delivered to your doorstep daily. I’m missing the food! I wanted to show you guys what some of my daily menu included.

So here is my first day from the Fresh Diet. I had a quiche for breakfast – all of the quiches were amazing! I didn’t eat the sugar-free cupcake that day because I don’t eat anything with sweetener. I think I had missed that when I was selecting my food but that is one thing I wanted to mention about this plan – a lot of the sweeter foods had sweetener in them, I could taste it. Since I’m more of a meat and potatoes than a cupcake for a snack girl, it wasn’t much of a problem but did want to mention that if you are thinking about it and have any sort of aversion to sweetener. Just pick accordingly!

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Day Two. Everything here was delicious! Except I didn’t get to taste the fresh mozzarella skewers because my five year old stole them from me and had them for HIS snack!

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Day Three. The Muffin at breakfast was especially delicious! All of the breakfasts from the Fresh Diet were really good.
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I won’t give you the rest of the days but you can see that you get quite a variety of food! The best part too was that I picked these foods. You can an option of 3-5 things for each meal and YOU select what you want. As long as you select ahead of time, you’ll have a menu every day of preselected foods that were your own choice.

Visit the Fresh Diet and use this link and special coupon to receive a special rate of $29.99 a day (normally $44.99) plus use coupon code semommar29 to receive 3 days free when you sign up for a 31 day plan.

This post is sponsored by The Fresh Diet. I also received a weeks supply of The Fresh Diet food to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Mom-Mom says

    Wow is what comes to mind first reading your menus. Everything and I do mean everything sounds so yummy!. . I imagine the portions were just right? Were you ever hungry after each meal?. . Glad you mentioned the sweetener. I do avoid sweeteners-would rather have a smaller whatever with real sugar than any artifical sweetener. With that said, the other meal offers do sound so appetizing.

    • says

      Portions were perfect Mom! Small but you know, the way they should be. My meal plan was for 1200-1400 calories a day. You can opt for a plan with lower calories but I wouldn’t recommend it.

  2. says

    But those who are certainly not struggling with gluten intolerance or celiac disease should recognize that gluten containing food is often a healthier choice
    for them. Roasted chicken sandwiches served on wheat grains buns really are a great option to add some protein to some finger-food party.

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