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Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating

Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating

Meal-Delivery weight loss program with diabetics in mind.

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The Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating program is a meal-delivery program that was started not in Seattle, Washington but in Marseilles, Illinois by Seattle Sutton, a registered nurse who has made it her mission to improve the way people eat.

Created in part to avoid the pitfalls of grabbing a greasy pizza after work or running through the fast-food drive through after a late meeting, Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating meals are convenient, taste-tested, calorie-controlled and low fat.

You can choose between a 1,200 or 2,000 calorie-a-day meal program. The program is intended for people who want to lose weight, are diabetic, have heart disease, are unable to drive or cook for themselves or prefer to not shop and cook meals for themselves or their family.

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  • Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Eating program was created by medical professional
  • It is a convenient way to eat healthy meals
  • Ideal for diabetics
  • Ideal for those with heart disease
  • Low-calorie and low-fat meals help you to lose weight
  • Fresh-prepared, refrigerated meals
  • Encourages exercise
  • Expensive
  • Does not teach you how to eat or prepare your own meals
  • May not be realistic to always eat delivered meals
  • Not vegetarian friendly
  • No customization of menu
  • Does not take into account the emotional component of eating

The Seattle Sutton Healthy Eating meals are delivered to you two times each week, or if you live near a Seattle Sutton's center, you can pick them up. Each shipment contains 21 meals: 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 7 dinners. The meals require refrigeration. There are five weeks of meal plans that you will receive alternately.

Unfortunately, special requests like vegetarian options cannot be accommodated. Each of the two meal plans, either the 1,200 or the 2,000 calories, sticks to foods that are low on the glycemic index in order to stabilize blood sugar levels and prevent any surges in hunger.

Sample menu items include apple-cinnamon muffins, peirogies, spinach calzones, salmon fillet and southwestern bean and pasta salad.

On the plan, you are allowed to drink fat-free milk, have an occasional alcoholic drink and go out to dinner. If you go out to dinner, you are encouraged to eat salads with dressing on the side, lean protein and vegetables with no added butter. It is then recommended that you freeze your Seattle Sutton dinner for another meal.


The Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating program does not require that you exercise as part of your diet, but they do encourage you to exercise if you want to lose weight. According to the company, successful weight loss requires that you take in fewer calories than you use. Eating a healthy, balanced diet combined with moderate exercise is the most effective way to lose weight.


Like other meal-delivery programs, the Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating program is designed to help you lose weight without having to count calories or prepare your own meals. If you don't mind spending the money to have someone cook for you, then this program might be a wise choice. Just keep in mind that the diet does not instill any knowledge in you on how to prepare your own meals. Once you leave the program, it then becomes your responsibility to teach yourself how to shop and cook for yourself while maintaining your new weight loss.

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Steve Stanley

This is the worst wood that I have ever eaten. In addition the cost is high. They make up the calories with cheap bread, muffins and other carbs. NEVER AGAIN!!!

posted Mar 9th, 2012 7:48 pm


This diet is not geared towards diebetics as it claims. ALL of the meals are extremely high in carbohydrates. If you purchase the 1200 calorie meal plan it can help you lose weight.

posted Jan 10th, 2012 8:52 pm

Ann Lawrence


I think this is, overall, a great diet. Of course, there are some meals that I am not fond of, but I found that over the time I have been on the diet (over a year now), I have come to like some of those dishes more with time. I think that I was unaccustomed (for example) to whole grain pasta and ground turkey and it took me awhile to adapt my tastes. I read some of the other reviews and was surprised at one of the negative ones that I read, although maybe that person gets the meal from a place where he or she can not get it fresh. I live in the midwest at a location where I am able to pick up my meals, and it means a lot to be able to get meals with fresh salads and fresh fruit. There are other diet plans out there that I would love to try (especially because they offer a little more flexibility and choice than Seattle Sutton), but the bottom line is I think you should go with whatever diet plan is available to you that allows you to get fresh food. I am also surprised at the complaints about cost. Seattle Sutton is less expensive (or equivalent) for a 7 day, 3 meal a day food plan than almost any other diet plan out there. I have been researching them carefully. I lost 30 pounds on the SSHE diet, and felt great. I have never been on a diet before where I lost weight so easily and felt so well fed, so full, and so satisfied. If you read over the nutritional information on the SSHE website, you will find that it is a very balanced diet -- carbs are well within reason, high in protein, low in fat, low in sodium, all nutritional needs are taken into account. It could only be better if it were organic -- but look for those plans and you'll pay 3 or 4 times as much!

posted Nov 23rd, 2011 8:09 pm


Great so far! I like most of the food, some I don't care for which is normal for most diets. I add an additional 400 calories to my meals as 1200 is not enough and 2000 is too much. I recommend starting with this for a few weeks and you learn about portion sizes and variety of foods, then still head back to Weight Watchers.

posted Nov 14th, 2011 8:28 pm


My husband needed to lose weight per doctor's orders. My daughter and I needed to lose also. I suggested this plan to my husband because I knew he would succeed with meals already made. I reproduced the meals for my daughther and me as close to SSHE as possible. All 3 of us have lost significant weight in 5 months. SSHE helped my husband with portion size and trying new foods. I'm proud of him for the change he has made and the will power to keep at it. SSHE is the best lifestyle change anyone can do. So what if it is expensive - unhealthy lifestyles are more expensive to your overall health: clothes buying, eating out, medications, and missed school and work all add up when you are overweight.

posted Oct 7th, 2011 3:40 pm

Diane Kamis


Love it! Been on the diet over 10 years - that should speak for itself!

posted Sep 19th, 2011 3:24 pm

Bernie Smith


Besides being expensive, Seattle Sutton did not deliver the goods.
I found most items I would not care to eat. All the meat items were from a frozen Mfg. precooked you can buy in any freezer case.
The Veg mix is from some froozen Veggies.
Way to many Carbo's Taste of most items not very appealing. No Salad in my 7 day plan. I tried one week of the 1200 calorie diet.

posted Sep 10th, 2011 11:05 am


I joined Seattle Sutton because I was just eating like a pig and seemed unable to make good food choices, and I was tired of trying. The program has largely solved those problems. I find most of the food to be pretty good and even things I don' t think I'll like, I end up enjoying.
It's true that the set plan can feel like a drawback, because you can't eliminate things you don't want. And there is plenty in the way of meat and nuts. But at the same time, I was at a point that I needed decisions to be made for me, and it has worked. If you are a really picky eater or can't be happy without making choices, this is not the plan for you.
I agree that 1200 calories doesn't feel like enough. I supplement with snacks and my 'regular' breakfast, and I'm still losing weight (about twice as fast as when I have dieted in the past on my own).
While it doesn't "teach" you how to cook, it provides a pretty good model of how you should eat. At this point, I know I still can't manage portions by myself, but I at least now can identify healthy things that I like to eat. In the future when I am no longer trying to lose weight, I would have no problem making my own meals using the program as a model.

posted Aug 30th, 2011 4:24 pm

lynne bailey

This is excellent, if you can afford it.

posted May 31st, 2011 1:12 am



Seattle Sutton is a GREAT way to get me back in control when my diet gets out of control. I usually lose 5 lbs a week if I walk/run 3-4 miles 5X a week while on this program! Now and then grab organic raisens or low fat yogurt to get me through the tough moments - especially when I first start on it! Thank you Seattle Sutton!

posted Mar 21st, 2011 1:20 pm


Several years ago I was a distributor of Seattle Suttons Healthy Eating when I lived in Illinois. I loved the meals and only have high praise for Seattle Sutton and the product. The diet helped me lose 80lbs and I knew so many other people who were helped by this meal plan. I loved seeing many people who had health problems overcome them. The great thing about Seattle Suttons Healthy Eating I found was that it does teach portion control. Only if you are a really picky eater will you have problems with this plan. The company DOES accually care about the customers. When I ran a franchise of Seattle Suttons I had no problem with the meals. The company runs a safe, healthy nutritious program. This all says alot coming from me when I personally felt unfairly treated by Seattle Suttons on a personal level while being a franchiser of her product.

posted Jan 19th, 2011 5:10 pm



The food Is amazing!!! I love that I can get meals that include fresh salads and fruit brought right to my doorstep!
I lost 25 pounds in 7 weeks! This works and it's really healthy. I've tried many programs but the food is best with this one- really good. My favorite is the signature pizza!

posted Jan 19th, 2011 12:45 pm


The food is OK, if you like a LOT of bread and noodle dishes this would be good for you. The side for a lot of meals is a loaf of bread, and a lot of the breakfasts are muffins or types of sweet bread. Most of the dinners incorporate noodles. The 1,200 plan is in reality less than 1,000 calories because you are supposed to supplement fat free milk in your diet. I wish they had a 1,500 cal plan because I feel that the 1,200 is too little but the 2,000 is too much. I find it hard to work out and not be hungry only consuming around 1,200 calories per day. After saying this, they should add in snacks between meals considering how much you already pay for the plan. I am in arizona and it's around $125 per week - no delivery

posted Oct 16th, 2010 2:44 pm



Seatle Sutton is the best program out there....I am a male 42 years old and I have lost 35 lbs in 60 days. I love Seatle Sutton. The cost is worth my health (if you add up all the food and medications I take becuase of being over weight--Seatle Sutton long term is a better option)

posted Aug 25th, 2010 3:23 pm



so im christine im a 15 year old girl... im overweight... buy about 45-50 pounds i absoluty would recomend this to EVERYONE !! it teaches me self control and portion control. ive been on seattle sutton for about 2 weeks and ive lost 11 pounds WITHOUT EXERCISE!! besides gym everyother day. the food is amazingg i am on the 1200 calorie count and yes it was hard for a week or so cause i was hungry but i relized i was hunggry out of bordom so i would go and find something to do and BOOM ! the hungryness went away! ... IM on my way to a better and healther life style and being more comfortable with my looks :) so if you need change and dont have time to work out for any reason do seattle sutton its pricy but DEFINTLY WORTH IT GREAT RESULTS AND VERYYY FAST !!!!!!!!!! please try it.

posted Apr 7th, 2010 6:59 pm



I absolutely love Seattle Sutton's. I could rave about it all day! I've been on it for almost three years now. I've lost so much weight. I was freaked out by the cost at first, but I actually spend way less on food now than three years ago. All I buy from the grocery store is milk, and maybe some ice cream here and there... ;)

posted Mar 15th, 2010 11:40 am



I have only been using SSHE for 2 weeks, but I love it. It is expensive, but when you are trying to eat healthy and buying alot of fresh produce and lean cuts of meat, that can get pretty spendy too. I use to spend hours in the kitchen preparing healthy meals and cleaning up, now I spend 2 minutes. I have more time to spend doing other things. This takes all the work out of trying to eat healthy with the planning of your meals, shopping and cooking. You no longer have to do any of that. And I have found the food tastes great, even things I didn't think I would ever eat, like a veggie burger!

posted Aug 8th, 2009 8:25 am



With the SSHE meals I know I'm getting all my nutritional requirements including lowering my sodium. Every other plan seems to have way too much sodium. I actually save money and no longer waste food bought with good intentions of preparing but never finding the time.

posted May 5th, 2009 6:53 pm

Chris Shriam


The first time I tried it I lost 23 pounds and recommended it to everyone. This time I am losing weight but the food is just unpleasant to eat. I just throw the chicken away now. it is only 3 weeks and I quit. I will try on my own.

posted Feb 21st, 2009 11:34 am



The food is quite delicious, better than Jenny Craig which I have been on and off for the past 14 years. I like to switch between Seattle Sutton and Jenny Craig. Both programs are expensive but they work as long as you don't cheat. The problem is since I've always used these plans to lose weight, around 8 to 12 pounds in around three months, I never learn how to just control what I eat when I go off the plan. It seems I can eat whatever I want afterward for about six weeks and then the weight starts creeping up. Then I get to the point where I can't stand it anymore and have to pay money to go back on the diet. It's probably not the best thing to do but it seems to be what works for me and until I can learn how to control portions and what I eat on my own I'll stick with the plans. And also, one day when I'm living on a fixed income I will for sure have to learn how to do this on my own because like I said, it's expensive.

posted Jan 11th, 2009 12:20 pm


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