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Biggest Loser Meal Delivery Plan

Eat like a Biggest Loser with fresh meals from eDiets.

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  • Founder: eDiets
  • Headquarters: Deerfield Beach, Florida
  • Stock Symbol: DIET
  • Accessibility: Online meal delivery
  • Diet Type: Meal delivery
  • Gender: Male and female
  • Coupons: Get started by saving with these eDiets Coupons
BACKGROUND

During the past five years, Biggest Loser has not only helped its contestants regain their lives through healthy weight loss and eating, it has inspired the world to do the same. Each week, the aggressive workouts trainers Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper put the contestants through are right there for all of us to see. What viewers miss out on are the insights into their diet. Through the Biggest Loser Club and new book Biggest Loser Secrets, fans have slowly gained access to the inside workings of the show.

Now, Biggest Loser introduces its very own meal delivery plan. Not only can you learn how to eat healthier, but you don't have to cook any of it. The Biggest Loser Meal Delivery Fan will deliver directly to your front door. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner the way the Biggest Loser contestants would eat, without ever having to lift a finger. It doesn't get much easier than that.

Biggest Loser has partnered with one of the highest quality meal delivery programs, eDiets. Together with the Biggest Loser nutrition experts and doctors, they've created meals that will help you lose weight, stay fit and learn healthy nutrition for a lifetime.

Whether you're a fan of Biggest Loser, or a fan of living healthy and enjoying gourmet foods- then you should consider the Biggest Loser Meal Plan.

Follow-along with [Barb's in-depth review][1] of Biggest Loser Meal Plan (when it was managed by Bistro MD) as she journals her experience in the Diet Column.

PRO
  • Designed by Biggest Loser doctors, nutrition experts
  • Partnership with eDiets
  • Meal delivery for weight loss is proven successful
  • Convenience and time savings
  • Home delivery
  • Order online or on the phone
  • Gourmet meals
  • Focused on nutrition and quality flavor
  • Diabetic-friendly
  • Very convenient way of dieting
CON
  • No exercise guidance provided with meal plan
  • Cannot customize meal plans
  • Does not teach you how to make your own healthy and portion-controlled meals
  • Not many vegetarian options
  • Doesn't include many fresh fruits or fresh vegetables
DIET and NUTRITION

One thing you'll never say with the Biggest Loser Meal Plan is "I'm bored!" The Biggest Loser eDiets chefs keep it fresh by continually updating the menu. Just like the Biggest Loser contestants, your meals will cut the fat, reduce calories, include little-to-no sugar and feature plenty of lean protein sources like turkey, fish and seafood, and chicken, as well as fruits and vegetables.

Mark Kruger of season five says "It is all incredibly tasty and well put together. I love the fact that the nutrition information is with the package and easy to read. Because of that I know exactly where my calories are with every meal."

There are few options available for vegetarians- but it can be done. They'll simply replace the meat-concentrated meals with vegetarian-friendly, although the choices are limited. There is no opportunity for customized menus; however, if you do not eat seafood, you can request those meals be replaced with a different protein.

The Biggest Loser Meal Plan by eDiets provides two flexible meal plan options – the 5-day meal plan and 7-day meal plan – that are prepared and shipped in chill-fresh coolers directly to members’ homes or offices. The wide selection of breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options has been approved by the doctors and nutritional experts from “The Biggest Loser.” The delicious entrées span a wide variety of cuisine and will offer distinct flavors for every palette.

A glimpse of some of the meals you can look forward to enjoying include the following:

Breakfast options include:

  • Spinach Egg Breakfast Wrap
  • Homestyle pancakes with egg whites and blueberry compote
  • Hearty oatmeal with chicken apple sausage and a side of applesauce

Lunch options include:

  • Tortilla-crusted tilapia with rice, beans and Mexican roasted corn
  • Chicken and shrimp curry over rice
  • Pork sandwich with pineapple and carrot slaw

Dinner options include:

  • Deep dish polenta pizza with chicken and vegetables
  • Sweet potato stuffed chicken breast with cumin cauliflower masher, peas and pearl onions
  • Lemon butter salmon with brown rice and sauteed spinach

Snack include:

  • Biggest Loser trail mix
  • Soy crisps
  • Roasted pumpkin seeds with spices
  • Biggest Loser vanilla almond bar
EXERCISE

While it's obvious that the Biggest Loser has a significant focus on exercise and fitness, there are no plans included with the meal delivery. This is not to say that other options aren't available. Via the Biggest Loser Club online, several book releases, trainers Bob Harper and Jillian Michaels each have DVDs and books lending fitness guidance - all options provide a wealth of information to keep you moving to supplement your diet efforts.

CONCLUSION

The Biggest Loser Meal Plan really is the best of both worlds- you'll enjoy a gourmet, doctor/chef created menu to help you lose weight all shipped from one of the leading healthy meal delivery services, eDiets, two brands that can be trusted to ensure you're eating healthy, learning better nutrition, and losing unnecessary pounds.

Each week you'll receive five or seven meals, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. You'll save time that would have been spent shopping, chopping, measuring and cooking. Instead, you can fix a healthy breakfast, take lunch with you and have dinner ready in minutes.

You've seen the weight they can lose on Biggest Loser, bring that kind of knowledge into your very own kitchen with the Biggest Loser Meal Plan.

Common Misspellings

Big Loser Meal Plans, Biggest Loser Diet, Biggest Loser Meal Deliver, bistromd, bistro m.d., eDiets, Biggest Loser eDiets


Related Diets: Bob Harper, eDiets, Jillian Michaels, The Biggest Loser At Home Program, Bistro MD, eDiets Deliciously Yours, eDiets Fresh Prepared, Jillian Michaels Meal Plan


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I got this in the mail. I never order it. Has anyone had this happen to them?

posted Oct 28th, 2010 2:57 pm


Tresia

I know it's a bit pricy but you've heard, "You get what you pay for..." I've heard from a number of people NutraSystem's food is horrible so I wanted a plan I'd stick to...I just started BL meals and they taste great. I think my husband was a little jeolous there wasn't any for him! The best part of it for me is, I don't have to be a nutritionist and understand everything to do with eating right to get started. It's portioned out just right and it really does satisfy which was shocking to me. I thought I'd be suffering since I just got off of a 3000-6000 calorie diet to go to just 1,800 calories but my first day I found my hunger was almost gone. I forgot to eat dinner and that's when temptation hit so I quickly ate and drank a bunch of water. PEOPLE: It is worth the $ if you get your health back! How much is healthcare and hospital bills gonna cost? besides, if you were like me I was spending $15 a day anyways on junk food! not including when I went to the grocery store. Okay, I am sorry for the long note but I read other's comments and wanted to write. Take care of yourself and God bless you!

posted Oct 15th, 2010 12:11 am


Tresia Sweet

Great tasting food...I feel full after I eat it which says alot since I'm starting at around 300lbs.

posted Oct 14th, 2010 8:18 pm


Paul123

I live in NY and the taste of the meals at topchefmeals is by far the best I have ever tried. You get to select both the entree and the two sides and the meal is then made for you giving you all the foods you love just in moderation. They come in these microwave and ovenable trays that are so easy. And best of all the price is extremely reasonable.

posted Oct 9th, 2010 8:41 am


tony

The biggest loser meals use to be made by a different company and now they are made by ediets. I think they are better now.

posted Oct 6th, 2010 4:55 pm


Gigi

I tried this meal plan 8 months ago and lost 25 pounds. The food was great and the portions were huge. It's expensive and not for everyone, but if you can afford it, I say give it a try.

posted Aug 27th, 2010 8:09 am


heidi chandler

This diet seems quite expensive! The least expensive plan is $8.66 a meal! I think I will wait for Lean Cusine to go on sale and stock up!

posted Apr 19th, 2010 2:57 pm


cherokeenan

Have they stopped this service? I am unable to connect to the biggestlosermealplan.com site.

posted Mar 20th, 2010 12:22 pm


Share

I'm getting Bidtro MD delivered now. I am starting to loose weight, but I'm hungry all the time.

The food is ok, but on the bland side. I don't like to add salt to things and I normally don't need to when I cook from fresh, but Bistro MD needs the extra salt added. They could use some fresh herbes and spices to improve the meals.

Only some of the meals are prpared Sous Vide style, these come out good when simmered in water.

The rest are in covered microwave dishes and cook unevenly.

posted Feb 17th, 2010 1:57 pm


nicolio

"Know Thyself"... I finally know that I am terrible at grocery shopping, meal planning and preparing food. I usually exist on 3+ meals a day that are take out or frozen. After the initial sticker shock of this meal plan, I realized I was probably spending more monthly on my current eating habits, so I invested. Today is day 2. The meals are great, everything I love! Large portions of protein, low salt but still very tasty due to creative uses of herbs and spices, fresh veggies that still seem to have some nutritional value, and generous portions. My only con is that I hate sweets, and most breakfasts cater to great big fat people who would die without a donut in the morning. I am a meat eater and would love more meaty breakfasts. I love it and plan to stay on it- if only I could give up my beer at night!!

posted Oct 30th, 2009 2:27 pm


gigi

worked for me and i lost 15 pounds in 4 weeks.

posted Oct 27th, 2009 7:38 am


KMB

I ordered my first week of Bistro MD two weeks ago. Since I'm a fan of Biggest Loser and they promote this food plan, I anxiously awaited the arrival of the food. I was greatly disappointed. The food is horrible. I hoped the next meal would be better than the last, but it was not. After two days, I tried to cancel my membership. It was then I learned that 48 hours after I placed my 1st order, they had already processed the 2nd shipment and they would not cancel it. The 2nd shipment arrived today, 9 out of 14 of the lunch/dinners are EXACTLY the same as week one. I would avoid this diet plan at all costs. Diet food can be bland, but this food is not the least bit tastey. I had success with Jenny Craig, and while I didn't enjoy every meal they had, the majority were terrific. The Bistro MD food plan is too expensive, the food is horrible, the weekly plans are set and cannot be customized and customer service refuses to stop shipment of food even tho' it had not been shipped.

posted Oct 15th, 2009 12:39 pm


beth

so far so good. I like the food and haven't eaten anything that wasn't good to above average and i am a good cook so that is a positive

posted Oct 13th, 2009 2:12 pm


Nichols04

I just started today and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the food. I do wish there were more materials upon delivery on how to follow, but I did get an extensive email just before my delivery arrived. The food came quickly after I ordered. I did Jenny Craig and lost 11 lbs, but couldn't stomach the food after 3 mos. I'm so happy that this Bistro MD actually tastes delicious!! I'll place an update on my progress in a few weeks.

posted Sep 28th, 2009 11:35 pm


msilva

08/31/09: I ordered these meals about a year ago and they were not any good. I recently re-ordered and they have a new menu. I have only been on the plan for one week and lost 1.6 lbs so far with a 5 day plan (2 days off). The customer service is great and willing to work with your likes and dislikes. I was hoping to use this plan to lose the last 10 lbs and lower my cholesterol without meds. It will not be long term like for some other people. However, a long term plan will offer a variety of food and it is all good. I mean nothing will replace a pizza or chili fries, but for "diet" food it is good. Really good. And I am very picky. I have tried Nutrisystem - gag me. It is a little pricy but there is free shipping on the first order. It takes the guess work out of what I will eat everyday and I do not have to count calories or fat grams. It is loaded with protein. The portions are small but they are surprisingly filling. I can't believe I get so full compared to a meal of the same size from Lean Cuisine where I am still starving. I also purchased their snacks but sometimes I substitute a yogurt or fruit for a granola bar.

posted Aug 31st, 2009 3:06 pm


SkinnyWannaBe

I have tried Bistro MD and every other diet around. If this is just another version of Bistro MD, I say no way...I am waiting for the release of Ruby's diet. Ourlife meals? Does anyone know how I can order them?

posted Jul 4th, 2009 3:36 pm


Jim

Does anyone know how the Biggest Loser Meal Plan compares with Fresh Diets Meal Plan. I used Fresh Diests for a little over a month. The food was excellent and I lost about 10 lbs. Only problem is the cost. So I figured I would would look for a less expensive alternative and am looking into the Biggest Loser plan.

posted Jun 17th, 2009 10:34 am


itsme

I think it is much cheaper to purchase and prepare foods for myself. Especially if I have help as to which meals are best for my situation. I spend maybe $400 a month or less to feed a family of 3 that is much cheaper than what these programs offer. And we eat healthy. Chicken, fish, steak, veggies, etc.

posted Jun 9th, 2009 2:41 pm


Big D

Not sure what the heck to do here, it's 1/3 thumbs up, 1/3 thumbs down and 1/3 "never tried it but recommending something else".

Sheesh, I just want to lose weight, I am over 300 lbs and feel like crap daily. Not only did I see this on the Show, but my Dr. actually pointed me in this direction as well.

But with this total mixed bag of reviews, who can really decide? I can't.

I can't tell if the food is good, bad, decent or discusting? Customer service sucks and the food never gets delivered in time? What kind of business plan is this?

Ugh, as you can see, I am in total frustration and confusion.

No answer in sight...

posted May 6th, 2009 8:22 pm


kathy mccabe

i did not see any recipes at all i need help i thought you were there for that please e mail me with some so i can get started. people are doing so well i would like to also kathleen

posted Apr 3rd, 2009 3:09 pm



 

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