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The Fresh Diet Review

The Fresh Diet Review
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Fresh Diet was one that was only available in certain areas of the United States and had actual chefs preparing all your meals for you. Currently, there no kitchens that make all the food for the Fresh Diet. They closed their doors in 2016. They were located in the cities of Miami, Chicago Los Angeles, and New York. The New York kitchen not only served those in the New York area, but also those in New Jersey, Connecticut, parts of Philadelphia, and parts of Boston.

How the Fresh Diet worked is you let the company know what your target weight was, how much you exercised, and what you do and don’t like to eat. They would then build a diet around your needs. All food was prepared fresh and then delivered to your doorstep. They came in containers and included three meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and two snacks. The food was again determined by your tastes, but there were limits. For $35 a day you could list eight dislikes. For $45 a day you could list as many dislikes as you want to.

Any exercising was left up to you and beverages were not included. Dieters on the Fresh Diet were allowed to drink as much water or calorie free beverages as they wished, but those who choose to drink soda and/or alcohol were supposed to count those calories toward their daily limit.

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Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Fresh Diet?

The Fresh Diet would actually restrict your caloric intake from 1,200 to 1,800 per day with few exceptions. Because of this, weight loss was to be expected. However, any additional foods that were eaten, but had not been delivered, could be detrimental to your weight loss success. Anytime you are dramatically reducing calories, you will lose weight. It does not matter what the program is called.

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Is The Fresh Diet Easy To Follow?

Having fresh food delivered to you every day is certainly easy enough, but don’t forget the costs. You might wish to have a custom menu designed for you, but that will mean parting with about $1,400 per month per person. This is much more than the average person spends on food and might be too much for you, especially if you have a family. Partially a huge reason why they are no longer in business.

Additionally, you had to eat only what is delivered. Though it might be tempting, you can’t sneak a snack or two in between meals. Your diet would have been custom tailored to you according to a specific amount of calories. You must also stick to what you say you will in regards to your exercising. Should you slack off on your exercise routine then your weight loss results will be hampered.

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The Fresh Diet was a great idea, but one that few could afford. While it is indeed nice to have all the right foods made for you, it is not necessary. If you take the time to get properly educated about nutrition, there are other ways to attack weight loss without having to take out a second mortgage on your home in order to do so.

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*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.

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