Tired of Cooking? 5 Reasons to Get Your Renal Meals Delivered


Tired of Cooking? 5 Reasons to Get Your Renal Meals Delivered

You wake up in the morning, head to the kitchen, and open the fridge. But the only thing you see are ingredients. You know, stuff you actually have to prep and cook. You let out a heavy sigh and groan…”There’s nothing to eat.”

Been there? Done that?

It’s dinner time. It’s been a long day, and you’re hungry. So you open all the cupboards, the fridge, and even check your freezer for something that sounds good and that’s easy to make. But you don’t have anything ready that sounds good. You’re missing key ingredients. And you don’t feel like cooking.

That ever happen to you?

If you’re trying to follow a Renal-Friendly diet and eat right, leaving meal planning to chance is a recipe for poor food choices. You’re a lot more likely to:

  • Order out
  • Eat fast food burgers, fries, and pizza
  • Eat way too much
  • Overindulge in comfort foods high in calories like chips, crackers, and cookies

But it doesn’t have to be that way. It’s just that if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. If you’re tired of cooking, stop stressing out about what to eat and get your meals delivered.

Getting Renal-Friendly meals delivered is a good idea, because you’ll

1. Save time.
Forget about spending hours on grocery shopping and food prep. Getting Renal-Friendly meals delivered saves you time, giving you the freedom to focus on other things, not your next grocery run.

2. Save money.
Ever planned your meals like the breakfast or dinner example above? Usually, hunger wins the battle and you spend a lot more money on dining out. Getting meals delivered prevents that, along with tossing in all those extra treats and snacks when you hit the grocery store. You’ll save money.

3. Practice portion control.
Let’s face it. Most of us aren’t that good at guessing portion sizes. Or maybe when you see a plate of food, you feel compelled to eat it all...even if it’s a serving size big enough for two. When you get your meals delivered, you don’t have to worry about that. Every Renal-Friendly meal is individually prepared single serving with just the right serving sizes and calories to support your health...and your kidneys.

4. Limit sodium, potassium, and phosphorus.
It’s a critical part of following a Renal-Friendly diet to protect your health and the remaining kidney function you have left. If you’re trying to do this at home, you’ll need to weigh and measure your food and read nutrition information. But if you get your meals delivered, that’s already done for you.

5. Enjoy a wide variety of foods.
Here’s another big benefit of getting your meals delivered. It’s a lot easier to add variety to your diet, instead of choking down the same few meals you know how to cook. Pick your favorites like:

You hungry? If your freezer is stocked with your favorite meals made from fresh ingredients, you’ll be ready to eat in minutes.