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Let's face it: Sticking to a healthy diet is hard for everyone. It's just so challenging to find time after work to cook a fresh, nutritious meal.

Yet, there's one option most haven't considered: Diet meal delivery service. Choosing to get portion-controlled, dietician-designed meals delivered to your home saves you time in the kitchen, it ensures you always have a healthy meal option in the fridge, and it makes meal preparation a breeze. offers a variety of diet meal delivery plans to help you reach your healthy eating and weight loss goals. Our dietitian-approved meals are made fresh using the finest whole foods ingredients. They're flash frozen after cooking to look in freshness and flavor. And they arrive at your door ready to be dropped in freezer or heated up in the oven or microwave.

Home delivered diet meals make sticking to a diet easier. A few reasons to consider

  • Make your own meal plan and choose foods for every diet –Low Carb, Low Sodium, Low Fat, or Gluten Free
  • Eat fresh, flavorful meals every night, with plenty of delicious menu options including Spanish, Italian and Continental dishes
  • Reheat breakfast, lunch or dinner in minutes in the oven or microwave
  • Choose from hundreds of calorie-controlled meals – 350-550 calories – and hundreds of healthy a la carte dishes

Changing your eating habits can be challenging. But with's diet meal delivery service, you can eat nutritious and delicious every day of the week.

Browse our menus today and place an order. We ship premade diet meals throughout the U.S. and orders arrive in 2-3 business days.

Benefits of Diet Meals

How it Works


Browse our two menus: A LA CARTE and COMPLETE MEALS. We cover a great variety of diets.


You can place a single order or set up a MEAL PROGRAM with no commitment and no contracts.


We deliver your flash-frozen, nutritious and delicious meals right to your door!

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Our Menu of Diet Meals offers a wide range of healthy diet-friendly meals. Browse our two menus – ALA CARTE and COMPLETE MEALS.

Our a la carte calorie-controlled dishes are favorite entrees, soups, sides and desserts. Each diet ala carte dish has been dietitian approved. Choose your favorite ALA CARTE dishes each week, or stock up with a one-time delivery.

COMPLETE MEALS are perfect for dieters. Each calorie-controlled meal includes an entrée and 1-2 sides. Sign up for a meal package and receive weekly or monthly deliveries.

Our diet food delivery program can help you lose weight and reach your health goals. Our meal delivery is perfect for:

  • People who want to lose weight and stick to a weight loss diet
  • Adults who need to stick to a specialty diet – e.g. a Diabetic or Low-Carb diet
  • Dieters who are looking to for quick, convenient home-cooked meals
  • People who want to stick to a diet long-term and change the way that they eat

Changing the way you eat isn’t easy. But prepared diet meals delivered to your door can help limit temptations and help you keep your new diet. Browse our healthy menu options now!

Limiting Potassium

Potassium controls nerve function in our bodies. It helps our hearts beat. It helps us grow muscle. But too much of it can affect our heart rhythms and even cause sudden death. Again, it is a substance that broken kidneys can't get rid of efficiently. So it's important in the dialysis diet to eat as little as possible. The American Kidney Organization has a chart of high potassium and low potassium foods. A general rule of thumb is to avoid dairy products and salt substitutes, rinse canned fruit, and leach high-potassium vegetables to remove some of the potassium.

On a normal diet, a healthy amount of potassium is about 3500 to 4500 milligrams per day. A potassium restricted diet allows about 2000 milligrams per day. Healthy kidneys, which do so much, also remove excess potassium in the body. Kidneys that no longer work can't do this, so it's necessary to restrict it.

Limiting Fluids

Dialysis helps remove fluids that your body can no longer get rid of. Restricting sodium and limiting fluid intake go hand in hand. Eat too much sodium, you get thirsty. Then you drink too much, and you retain that fluid. Then the dialysis machine has more fluid to remove.

Ask your dietitian how much fluid you are allowed daily. Typically it's about 36 ounces per day when on dialysis. That's only 8½ cups. And keep in mind, anything that becomes a liquid at room temperature counts as a liquid. So ice, JELL-O®, ice cream or sherbet and soup or broth all count.

There are a lot of barriers to limiting fluid. Many people say they don't worry about it because dialysis will take care of it. Others say it's just too hard, if they can't drink, it's all they think about. Still others say they think they aren't drinking very much at all, but when they get to dialysis they find they overdid it.

Patients just like yourselves have found important methods to help ensure they keep to the amounts they are supposed to drink. A study showed that more knowledge was a powerful tool. Doing some study, or talking to a professional about the way the kidneys work, the role of dialysis, and what will happen if you don't adhere to the regimen...this has helped many people to stay on course.

Tips to get through the day

  • If you are taking a lot of pills and don't want to waste most of your fluid allowance taking them, try this- put a pill in your mouth, take a small sip of liquid, tilt your head back and let the pill float to the back of your throat, then swallow.
  • If you're thirsty, suck on a hard candy. Make it sugar-free if you're diabetic. Sugar-free gum is another option.
  • Brush your teeth often, it will help keep your mouth from drying out.
  • Measure out some ice chips and chew on them. Remember to include them in your fluid count.
  • You can measure out your water for the day and put it into a container. That's a good way of keeping track.


If you're on dialysis, listen to your doctor and nutritionist. Write down what they say, research it, talk to friends. This is a diet that needs to become your new lifestyle. It will help to keep you alive and give you better quality of life. can help in the form of frozen dialysis friendly meals.